Spaniard lost in Brittany, coder, speaker, dreamer and all-around geek.
Horacio is a Google Developer Expert (GDE) in Web Technologies and Flutter. He loves web development in general and everything around Web Components and standards web in particular.
If you follow the trends in web development, you have surely heard of WebAssembly (Wasm). Wasm is supported by all modern browsers, and its growing track of success stories seem to confirm that it will change the web development landscape in the coming years.
But way, this is a DevOps conference, why should you be interested in a web development tool? Because Wasm is not only for web developers, it’s quickly becoming a serious player as a server-side technology.
Wasm is a binary instruction format for a stack-based virtual machine. And Wasm execution environments can include not only browsers but minimal shells, mobiles, desktops and IoT devices.
Tools like Wasmer (a server-side WASM runtime) and WASI (the WebAssembly system interface) allows to run WebAssembly in a fast, scalable, secure way across all machines. It’s potential is so high that Solomon Hykes, co-founder of Docker, has said that if WASM+WASI existed in 2008, they wouldn’t have needed to build Docker.
In this talk we will take a look at the WASM state in 2020, from a server-side point of view. After a brief introduction to WebAssembly, we will see how Wasmer and WASI allow you to use WASM on any machine, and we will discuss real-life exemples of how WebAssembly is a true alternative as a server-side platform.
Some of the use-cases we will see include a FaaS platform, a server-side platform to compute untrusted code, and some other examples of Wasm replacing traditional virtual machines, containers, and processes.
|From Minikube to Production, Never Miss a Step in Getting Your K8s Ready||Kubecon Europe 2020||August 2020|
|OVHCloud K8s: DevOps & Agility in a Product Team||JDev 2020||July 2020|
|Kubernetes Operators: Operating Cloud Native services at scale||DevOpsCon Online||June 2020|
|Kubernetes Operators: Operating Cloud Native services at scale||CloudWeek||June 2020|
|Futureproof your Design Systems with Web Components||Ask the Expert Meetup||June 2020|
|Stencil - A quick introduction||Codemotion Dev Lunch Box||June 2020|
|Kubernetes pour des développeurs Java||MarsJUG||March 2020|
|Running Kubernetes from development into production – how to avoid the pitfalls!||Cloud Expo Europe||March 2020|
|Souveraineté des données||Brest is AI||March 2020|
|Kubernetes: beyond Minikube||Webinar Codemotion||February 2020|
|Hands-on-lab: Hands on WebAssembly||DevFest Paris||February 2020|
|Stencil 101: Introduction to a Web Components library like no other||sthlm.js||February 2020|
|Hands-on-lab: Hands on WebAssembly||JFokus||February 2020|
|Are Web Components the Betamax of web development?||JFokus||February 2020|
|I have deployed my app on Minikube… and now what?||Touraine Tech||January 2020|
|I have deployed my app on Minikube… and now what?||SnowCamp||January 2020|
|Monitoring OVH : 300K serveurs, 27 DCs une plateforme de métriques unique||GDG Le Mans||January 2020|
|Kubernetes: beyond Minikube||SFEIR Lille Meetup||December 2019|
|WebAssembly for Developers (web… or not)||GDG Lille||December 2019|
|Kubernetes for DevOps… and Java Devs||Montpellier JUG & DevOps Montpellier||December 2019|
|Joining efforts and communities to do bigger things||GDG Summit Europe||November 2019|
|Monitoring OVH : 300K serveurs, 27 DCs une plateforme de métriques unique||Devops D-Day 2019||November 2019|
|I have deployed my app on Minikube… and now what?||Devoxx Belgium||November 2019|
|Kubernetes: beyond Minikube||Codemotion Meetup Barcelona||October 2019|
|Are Web Components the Betamax of web development?||Codemotion||October 2019|
|Les mains dans le cambouis avec WebAssembly||DevFest Nantes||October 2019|
|Kubernetes for Developers - A quick introduction||Meilleur Dev de France 2019||October 2019|
|Kubernetes 201: Taking your Managed Kubernetes service to the next level||OVHcloud Summit||October 2019|
|Capacitor: from PWA to native app in 5 minutes||NG Rome MMXIX||October 2019|
|Monitoring OVH: 300k servers, 27 DCs and one Metrics platform||DevFest Toulouse||October 2019|
|Are Web Components the Betamax of web development?||Codemotion Madrid||September 2019|
|WebAssembly for Developers (web… or not)||FinistDevs||September 2019|
|WebAssembly for Developers (web… or not)||BordeauxJS||September 2019|
|J’ai déployé mes apps sur Minikube… maintenant je fais quoi ?||JUG Summer Camp||September 2019|
|Surchargés Live - Episode 02 - WebAR||Sunny Tech||June 2019|
|Monitoring OVH: 300k servers, 27 DCs and one Metrics platform||Sunny Tech||June 2019|
|Kubernetes: beyond Minikube||OpenExpo Europe||June 2019|
|Capacitor: from PWA to native app in 5 minutes||Devfest Lille||June 2019|
|Monitoring OVH: 300k servers, 27 DCs and one Metrics platform||DEVOPS.BARCELONA||June 2019|
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|Venez coder votre 1ère application Flutter !||MixIt||May 2019|
|Monitoring OVH: 300k servers, 27 DCs and one Metrics platform||RivieraDev||May 2019|
|Web components en 2019, on en est où?||RivieraDev||May 2019|
|Kubernetes: beyond Minikube||Devoxx UK||May 2019|
|Monitoring OVH: 300k servers, 27 DCs and one Metrics platform||OVH Bordeaux Meetup||April 2019|
|Venez coder votre 1ère application Flutter !||Paris Flutter Meetup||April 2019|
|Two hours to write your first Flutter App||Android Makers||April 2019|
|Capacitor: from PWA to native app in 5 minutes||Devoxx France||April 2019|
|Venez coder votre 1ère application Flutter !||Devoxx France||April 2019|
|Monitoring OVH: 300k servers, 27 DCs and one Metrics platform||Codemotion Amsterdam||April 2019|