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04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO [clear filter]
Monday, June 24
 

11:00am PDT

Containers: Don't Skeu Them Up. Use Microservices Instead
Containers: Don't Skeu Them Up. Use Microservices Instead

Skeuomorphism usually means retaining existing design cues in something new that doesn't actually need them. However, the concept of skeuomorphism can be thought of as relating more broadly to applying existing patterns to new technologies that, in fact, cry out for new approaches.

In his session at ServerlessSUMMIT, Gordon Haff, Senior Cloud Strategy Marketing and Evangelism Manager at Red Hat, will discuss why containers should be paired with new architectural practices such as microservices rather than mimicking legacy server virtualization workflows and architectures.

It's far more fruitful and useful to approach containers as something fundamentally new and enabling that's part and parcel of an environment including containerized operating systems, container packaging systems, container orchestration like Kubernetes, DevOps continuous integration and deployment practices, microservices architectures, "cattle" workloads, software-defined everything, management across hybrid infrastructures, and pervasive open source as part of a new platform for cloud apps.

Speakers
avatar for Gordon Haff

Gordon Haff

Technology Evangelist, Red Hat
Gordon Haff is Technology Evangelist at Red Hat where he works on emerging technology product strategy; writes about tech, trends, and their business impact; and is a frequent speaker at customer and industry events. Among the topics he tries to keep up with are DevOps, IoT, blockchain... Read More →



Monday June 24, 2019 11:00am - 11:35am PDT
04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO Great America 1

11:40am PDT

Cloud Native Programming with Docker, Kubernetes, and Ballerina
Cloud Native Programming with Docker, Kubernetes, and Ballerina

Docker and Kubernetes are key elements of modern cloud native deployment automations. After building your microservices, common practice is to create docker images and create YAML files to automate the deployment with Docker and Kubernetes. Writing these YAMLs, Dockerfile descriptors are really painful and error prone.Ballerina is a new cloud-native programing language which understands the architecture around it - the compiler is environment aware of microservices directly deployable into infrastructures like Docker and Kubernetes.

This session will explore Ballerina features, development, and deployment automation by deploy microservice into Kubernetes without written YAMLs and dockerfile

Speakers
avatar for Lakmal Warusawithana

Lakmal Warusawithana

Senior Director Developer Relations, wso2 inc
Lakmal Warusawithana is the Senior Director - Cloud Architecture of WSO2. Lakmal has a long history of working in open source, cloud, and DevOps technologies and has been Vice President of Apache Stratos PaaS Project. Lakmal is an architect for containerization and deployment orchestration... Read More →



Monday June 24, 2019 11:40am - 12:15pm PDT
04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO Great America 1

1:55pm PDT

Microservice Forensics: Investigating Problems in Production
Microservice Forensics: Investigating Problems in Production

When you’re operating multiple services in production, building out forensics tools such as monitoring and observability becomes essential. Unfortunately, it is a real challenge balancing priorities between building new features and tools to help pinpoint root causes. Linkerd provides many of the tools you need to tame the chaos of operating microservices in a cloud native world.

Because Linkerd is a transparent proxy that runs alongside your application, there are no code changes required. It even comes with Prometheus to store the metrics for you and pre-built Grafana dashboards to show exactly what is important for your services - success rate, latency, and throughput.

In this session, we’ll explain what Linkerd provides for you, demo the installation of Linkerd on Kubernetes and debug a real world problem. We will also dig into what functionality you can build on top of the tools provided by Linkerd such as alerting and autoscaling.

Speakers
avatar for Thomas Rampelberg

Thomas Rampelberg

Software Engineer, Buoyant
Thomas Rampelberg is a Software Engineer at Buoyant Inc. He has made a career of building infrastructure software that allows developers and operators to focus on what is important to them. He is a contributor to Linkerd and has been maintaining Kubernetes applications at scale and... Read More →



Monday June 24, 2019 1:55pm - 2:30pm PDT
04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO Great America 1

4:00pm PDT

"Serverless Containers" - Nodeless Kubernetes & Vertical Pod Autoscaling
"Serverless Containers" - Nodeless Kubernetes & Vertical Pod Autoscaling

Serverless Containers or "Nodeless" Kubernetes, is the future of Containers infrastructure.

Matching and scaling the right infrastructure to ever-changing micro-services deployments is a challenge. In this talk, we will review the evolution of Containers Auto Scaling in Kubernetes both Horizontal and Vertical, discuss the trade-offs, and introduce a new approach to deploy Serverless Containers in a "Nodeless" cluster. No Infrastructure or VM to manage, just Containers that can self-optimized themselves.

Speakers
avatar for Amiram Shachar

Amiram Shachar

CEO & Founder, Spotinst
Amiram Shachar is CEO & Founder of Spotinst.


Monday June 24, 2019 4:00pm - 4:35pm PDT
04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO Great America 1

4:40pm PDT

Don't Let Print Servers Ruin Your Cloud Migration Plans!
Don't Let Print Servers Ruin Your Cloud Migration Plans!

You want to get rid of your infrastructure. You also want to empower end users with a seamless printing experience. But what happens when you try to get those print servers into the cloud? Don't let this detail jeopardize your project plans. In this session, we'll discuss the importance of architecting a serverless printing infrastructure so you can deliver highly available printing experience in a cloud-first environment.

Speakers
avatar for Matt Riley

Matt Riley

Chief Strategy Officer, PrinterLogic
Matt Riley joined PrinterLogic in 2013 and helped build out the Sales and Channels teams. As the company expanded globally, he spent several years in Germany managing EMEA and establishing a permanent presence for PrinterLogic in Europe. He is now based at HQ in St. George, UT as... Read More →


Monday June 24, 2019 4:40pm - 5:15pm PDT
04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO Great America 1
 
Tuesday, June 25
 

8:30am PDT

Should You Go ‘Serverless’? The Pros and Cons
Should You Go ‘Serverless’? The Pros and Cons

In this presentation, to setup the context I will start with introducing what is Serverless architecture and how it is different from the way we were using cloud in the past, how serverless offerings from various cloud providers is positioned to become the most used service of these providers going forward in the coming years.

Then I will be talking about the Pros & Cons of Serverless architecture and which application use cases types are ideal for taking full advantages of Serverless from my practical experience using serverless architecture in products which we developed for some of our big client in last couple of years. I will be further talking about Pros & Cons of going Serverless from business, developers and user’s perspective.

My presentation will be an interactive session of aprox. 30 min’s (based on available time). The use-cases I am taking in this presentation is a very common one to make sure that I connect with the audience very well and which will result in a very positive Q&A session that can be limited to next 5 to 10 in’s based on the availability of time. The audience will able to learn what is Serverless Architecture, its Pros & Cons and in which use cases they should adopt serverless approach and be empowered to make an informed choice while starting a new product development project.

Speakers
avatar for Amitabh Srivastava

Amitabh Srivastava

Director of Technology, Impetus Technologies
20+ years of experience in emerging technologies, have designed some very successful and award-wining next-gen technology products, worked in role of Technology Pre-sales/Practice Head and Account/Delivery Management across Mobile & Telecom industries with vast exposure to Enterprise... Read More →



Tuesday June 25, 2019 8:30am - 9:05am PDT
04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO Great America 1

3:40pm PDT

How Kubernetes Infrastructure Impacts Cloud-Native Apps from Dev to Production

How Kubernetes Infrastructure Impacts Cloud-Native Apps from Dev to Production

Organizations seeking to containerize traditional applications or build new ones based on microservices architecture often deploy them on their existing virtualized infrastructure. Why wouldn’t they? The VM stack is built on tried-and-true technologies and deep institutional know-how.

But today’s cloud-native world isn’t built to run on yesterday’s infrastructure. New infrastructure, which is architected for the way containers and Kubernetes use compute, storage, and network resources, is needed to empower cloud-native developers. And as you take containers from dev/test to production, running containers on VMs adds a layer of unnecessary management complexity and reduces utilization, often impeding parts of the DevOps process.

This session offers up a technical analysis of how to eliminate the inefficiency of a virtualized stack and build Kubernetes environments that maximize application performance, container density, resource utilization, and enhance the overall ease of consumption for developers across the entire software pipeline.

Speakers
avatar for Andrew Mander

Andrew Mander

Sr. Systems Engineer, Diamanti
Andrew Mander specializes in helping traditional enterprise operations teams to modernize their infrastructure by leveraging cloud-native workflows, Kubernetes, and containers. Living on the leading edge of technology trends, he has worn various hats, including enabling enterprise... Read More →


Tuesday June 25, 2019 3:40pm - 4:15pm PDT
04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO Great America 1

4:20pm PDT

Widespread Adoption of Serverless: Any Cloud, Any Workload
What Is Needed for Widespread Adoption of Serverless: Any Cloud, Any Workload

Developers today want to develop code and not worry about the infrastructure. That is exactly what the serverless computing promises but there are technical and business challenges that are inhibiting its widespread adoption. The serverless frameworks today are cloud-specific creating serious vendor lock-in which eventually becomes a business challenge.

The technical challenges are related to abstractions needed for the adoption and acceleration into application domains and new markets. It requires developers to combine many other services to get the most out of it. Eventually, learning about these services becomes a burden to developers. Also, the technology available today is serverless compute and not serverless storage.

So it is not suitable for long-running and stateful workloads. The current serverless frameworks are only available in public cloud so they are not the best option for the companies that want to run their applications on their private cloud. In this session the audience will learn what is needed in the framework to support any cloud and any workload which will lead to widespread adoption of these technologies.

Speakers
avatar for Jamie Dawson

Jamie Dawson

Developer Relations, Nimbella Corp.
Anshu Agarwal has over 15 years of experience in the technology industry, building products for organizations large and small across the globe. Most recently she was CMO and VP of Product at Cedexis. She has also served on the Board of Directors of the OpenDaylight Project, promoting... Read More →



Tuesday June 25, 2019 4:20pm - 4:55pm PDT
04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO Great America 1

5:00pm PDT

OpenStack and Kubernetes Get the Heat Treatment
OpenStack and Kubernetes Get the Heat Treatment

Take advantage of autoscaling, and high availability for Kubernetes with no worry about infrastructure. Be the Rockstar and avoid all the hurdles of deploying Kubernetes. So Why not take Heat and automate the setup of your Kubernetes cluster? Why not give project owners a Heat Stack to deploy Kubernetes whenever they want to?

Hoping to share how anyone can use Heat to deploy Kubernetes on OpenStack and customize to their liking. 

This is a tried and true method that I've used on my OpenStack clusters and I will share the benefits, bumps along the way and the lessons learned.

These Heat templates will deploy a cluster of Nova instances running Kubernetes from the Kubic project. 

The cluster uses Flannel to provide an overlay network connecting pods deployed on different nodes. You can determine the initial size of the cluster via a configuration parameter when you deploy it, and the cluster will scale dynamically (up to a specified maximum size) due to CPU load on the Kubernetes nodes.



Speakers
avatar for Cameron Seader

Cameron Seader

Technology Strategist, SUSE
Cameron Seader is a Technology Strategist at SUSE, working with the most strategic opportunities and premium customers around open source technologies like Linux, Kubernetes, Ceph, Cloud Foundry, and more. With over 20 years of experience in data center systems to application platforms... Read More →



Tuesday June 25, 2019 5:00pm - 5:35pm PDT
04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO Great America 1

5:40pm PDT

Building a Kubernetes Powered Central Go Modules Repository
Building a Kubernetes Powered Central Go Modules Repository

Today, Kubernetes is the defacto standard if you want to run container workloads in a production environment. As we set out to build our next generation of products, and run them smoothly in the cloud, we needed to move to Kubernetes too! In the process of building tools like KubeXray and GoCenter we learned a whole bunch.

Join this talk to learn how to get started with Kubernetes and how we got started at JFrog building our new tools. After the session you will know:
How we got to Kubernetes (and why we chose it)

How to know what you have in your apps and containers (and how we built ours)
How we’re running GoCenter at scale.

Speakers
avatar for Leon Stigter

Leon Stigter

Developer Advocate, JFrog
Leon is a Developer Advocate at JFrog where his focus is on helping developers get the most out of their DevOps tools with the end goal of enabling those developers to achieve the Liquid Software vision. As an outspoken supporter of developers, Leon advocates for the needs of developers... Read More →



Tuesday June 25, 2019 5:40pm - 6:15pm PDT
04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO Great America 1
 
Wednesday, June 26
 

8:30am PDT

Scaling Container Environments with New NVMe-of Storage Approaches
Scaling Container Environments with New NVMe-of Storage Approaches

Many Kubernetes deployments today are limited by the performance and management capabilities of the hardware. In many cases, Direct Attached Storage is a popular choice, which results in many of these environments running into scalability challenges after a while.

This session will look at the use of NVMe-oF storage approaches to improve performance and scalability for various Kubernetes applications. Real-world examples will explain how this new technology will help container environments achieve higher scalability without sacrificing performance while increasing operational flexility.

Speakers
avatar for Walter Hinton

Walter Hinton

Head of Product Development, Pavilion Data
Walt brings a deep technical background along to Pavilion Data with proven success in building marketing teams and programs. Over a 25-year career in data storage, Walt has helped build successful startups like McDATA, ManagedStorage International and Virident Systems. He also served... Read More →




Wednesday June 26, 2019 8:30am - 9:05am PDT
04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO Great America 1

3:40pm PDT

Building Complex Scalable Workflow Using Serverless Infrastructure
Building Complex Scalable Workflow Using Serverless Infrastructure

Serverless infrastructures makes the building scalable applications whole lot easy. The trick is to make sure that such applications are not locked on to a particular cloud. It is important to marry cloud neutral serverless infrastructure with studio that allows to build and debug complex workflows that can be building on top of the infra. This topic will go over our journey to build one such application and discuss the best practices in doing so.

Speakers
avatar for naveen nimmu

naveen nimmu

CEO, Autonicx
Naveen has 20 years of expertise in Cloud , Data Centre technologies. Naveen Nimmu is CEO at Autonicx and previously founder of Clouber and Product Line Director at Broadcom. Naveen Nimmu studied at Indian Institute of Technology Madras and Indian School of Business (ISB) and he is... Read More →



Wednesday June 26, 2019 3:40pm - 4:15pm PDT
04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO Great America 1

4:20pm PDT

Shift Left Security In a Containerized World
Shift Left  Security In a Containerized World

There has been a movement recently about finding security-related issues earlier in the development and deployment pipeline. It's about catching security issues before things hit the fan. :)In this talk, we will talk about what it means to shift left from the container security point of view. Financial benefits and ROI of the shift left security model. We will also discuss some practical examples and best practices to shift security further left for Kubernetes/containerized environment.

Speakers
avatar for Gunjan Patel

Gunjan Patel

Cloud Architect, Palo Alto Networks
Gunjan Patel is a Cloud  Architect in the Developer Relations team at Palo Alto Networks. Prior to that Gunjan has worked as a developer at Tigera, working on container networking and security projects such as Project Calico, flannel, CNI. Prior to Tigera, he has worked at Ciena... Read More →



Wednesday June 26, 2019 4:20pm - 4:55pm PDT
04 Kubernetes at CloudEXPO Great America 1

5:00pm PDT

Container Security Best Practices
Container Security Best Practices

As the world moves towards adopting containers, security remains one of the top concerns for the IT teams. In this talk, we will talk about what has changed with containers in terms of attack surface, and how to secure your fully containerized or hybrid semi-containerized environment.

We will discuss the top 10 attack areas in a containerized environment in the cloud and on-prem and best practices on how to secure them. We will also discuss the Shift Left movement for security, especially in a containerized world.

Speakers
avatar for Gunjan Patel

Gunjan Patel

Cloud Architect, Palo Alto Networks
Gunjan Patel is a Cloud  Architect in the Developer Relations team at Palo Alto Networks. Prior to that Gunjan has worked as a developer at Tigera, working on container networking and security projects such as Project Calico, flannel, CNI. Prior to Tigera, he has worked at Ciena... Read More →



Wednesday June 26, 2019 5:00pm - 5:35pm PDT
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