An Exploration of Kubernetes and the Cloud Native Ecosystem
Sat. Nov. 18 from 01:30 pm to 06:00 pm
Kubernetes Camp is a grassroots, community-run open-source conference focused on Kubernetes and open source cloud native technologies (http://www.cncf.io).
Kubernetes Camp features a mix of presenters from across the open source community.
We will be adding schedule details in the next few days which specify the detailed order/timing of presentation on Sun. Nov. 19.
Kubernetes Camp includes an interesting mix of presentation on best practices, emerging techniques, recent research and case studies regarding open source cloud native technologies.
This session will discuss steps needed to automate application deployment with a CICD pipeline consisting of * Jenkins * Terraform * Ansible * Docker * Kubernetes. Attendees will learn how to solve common challenges with automation, plugins required for Jenkins and tips on streamlining their application deployment process. We will also touch on enhancing Kubernetes with Navops Command to enable better workload resource management and avoid applications fighting over resources. We will finish with a live demo showing an application being deployed fully using the automation tools discussed during the session.
Kubernetes sure provides resiliency features but besides leveraging these features developers also need to design and code their application with resiliency in mind. This talk will explain, with a demo, what it requires from a developer to achieve application resiliency. It will show this via a Python RabbitMQ containerized application by walking the audience through incremental steps to achieve the ultimate goal of resiliency.
Day by day, the number of open source projects continues to increase. Each project has unique communities and practice different development methodologies. This talk will focus on the Docker, Kubernetes and Cloud Foundry cultures and outline their main differences and commonalities. Morgan Bauer and Swetha Repakula will present their personal opinions formed while contributing in these communities. By sharing their experiences, they hope to encourage others to participate in more open source projects. After contributing to Docker & Kubernetes for the last 2 years, Morgan has gained valuable insight into the varying culture around open source container technology. Morgan is a maintainer on the core Docker Engine and also a founding contributor of the Kubernetes Service-Catalog. For the last 2 years, Swetha Repakula has been a full time open source contributor for Cloud Foundry and has become an experienced pair programmer. Working as a CF commiter, she has had the opportunity to directly work with engineers from different companies and witnessed how corporations can come together and effectively cooperate to contribute to open source technology.
Kubernetes is one of the fastest growing open source projects, ever. What it does, and the how and why are difficult enough to track. But, Enterprise Kubernetes? What’s the difference? This talk aims to answer that question. Join Paul to learn about what Kubernetes is, and how Enterprise distributions (like CoreOS Tectonic) add to it. Paul will describe how approaching from an “Enterprise” perspective can influence design philosophy and what sorts of benefits you should expect.
Kubernetes - is one of the most popular and fast-growing open source technology in the world. Originally created by Google, incorporating more than 15 years of company experience of managing containerized workloads; today Kubernetes - is the project of Linux Foundation, driven by Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Based on the latest reports, more than 50% of Fortune 100 companies are using Kubernetes is different forms. Kubernetes - is more open source project active than 99% projects on GitHub. This workshop is targeted for individuals with basic or intermediate experience in Kubernetes, covering the basics and more advanced topics of managing workloads with it.
One of Cloud Foundary's biggest differentiators is its "Service Broker" - the ability for app developers to access 3rd party services without the need to manage them themselves. This talk will go into the new "Open Service Broker API" working group that aims to being this feature to other platforms such as Kubernetes. We'll also explore how it can be used in Kubernetes as well as some of the newer features that have been added, and planned, for the specification.
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The venue for Kubernetes Camp 2017 is Convene's midtown NYC campus (237 Park Ave & 730 3rd Ave), where it will be hosted along with other Open Camps events. We'll be posting further venue details here as the event approaches, including access and check-in procedures.