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Scalable, Production Microservices with Kubernetes
May 11, 2016 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Thanks to Apprenda for the food and refreshments!
Live Streaming via YouTube (to be provided).
• 6:30 to 7:00 PM: Networking, Eating and Drinking!
• 7:00 to 7:45 PM:
Abstract: ” Build a Continuous Delivery Pipeline with Jenkins and Kubernetes ” = This hands-on lab will take you through the steps necessary to continuously deliver your software to end users by leveraging Google Container Engine (hosted fully open source Kubernetes platform) and Jenkins to orchestrate the software delivery pipeline!
Speaker: Vic Iglesias is a Cloud Solutions Architect at Google with years of experience in both on-premise and in-cloud workload deployment, orchestration and management. With a background in quality, his focus is on creating the best experience for developers looking to leverage the scale and flexibility of cloud computing to deliver the best software possible.
• 7:45 to 8:30 PM:
“Deploying a Kubernetes Cluster at Scale on OpenStack” = This talk will focus on the current resources for deploying a large Kubernetes cluster with OpenStack as the infrastructure provider. We will walk through the reference architecture for a production Kubernetes cluster meant to scale to 1,000 nodes and end with a brief demo of the end-to-end deployment.
Luke Heidecke is an Engineering Director at Solinea, Inc. working to drive Kubernetes and OpenStack adoption for Global 500 enterprise customers. He focuses on infrastructure automation, monitoring, and management of large distributed systems. Spencer Smith has been helping bring large enterprises onto the cloud since early 2011. He has acted as developer, systems administrator, and tech lead for proof of concept and production systems. Spencer enjoys exploring new automation and cloud-friendly tools to see how they can fit in the DevOps toolchain.
• 8:30 to 9:15 PM:
There are many modern & innovative PaaS solutions in the market which offer the “proverbial” magic wand. Sushaant Mujoo from Amgen shares his own experiences, challenges & learnings on implementing PaaS in the enterprise, while dealing with diverse process, teams, user types. He will cover Broad goals, Challenges – People, Process, Technology, General design, AdoptionChallenges & the path ahead!
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