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October 21, 2018 | Conference
All Things Open is the largest "Open" technology event on the east coast. Join the conversation #all-things-open2018 Workshops: Sai Vennam, JJ Asghar Istio: Control and Observability for Microservices Abstract: Istio is a new open platform to connect, manage, and secure micro-services jointly launched by IBM, Google, and Lyft. This session will provide a technical overview of the Istio project and demonstrations of using Istio with microservices and Kubernetes. Specifically: Service mesh – what it is, why, and who is using it Making the deployment more secure (Using istio to get mutual tls authentication between services) Rolling out a new version to 1% of users (Using istio for traffic splitting) Making the deployment more robust (Using istio for circuit breaking and automatic request retries) Controlling the front door (Using Istio-ingressgateway instead of default Kubernetes Ingress) Sai Vennam Node APIs Without Tears Abstract: In this workshop, you'll learn how to use the open-source LoopBack framework to build a full-featured set of RESTful Node APIs with real-world data, in just minutes! We'll cover setting up a basic API, configuration, authentication, and customization, and you'll learn how to deploy your API to various platform-as-a-service providers. If you've ever wanted to have a robust, easy-to-implement, easy-to-understand API (with a built-in API explorer) LoopBack is for you. Sam Couch, Nicholas Bourdakos, Josh Zheng Workshop – Adding Visual Recognition to Your iOS App with Watson Studio and Core ML In this workshop, we'll introduce you to the basic of deep learning with specific applications in visual recognition. We'll then how you how to use Watson Visual Recognition and Core ML together to build visual recognition capabilities into your iOS app. You will attain the knowledge required to use Watson Studio and Watson Visual Recognition in your own future projects in XCode. At the end of the workshop, each of you will have a working iOS app (running on iPhone, iPad or Xcode simulator) that is able to detect different types of connectors (USB, HDMI, etc). No previous experience with iOS required but you will need a Mac running the latest version of XCode.
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