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On Container Orchestration

On Container Orchestration

Peer group discussions on running infrastructure in production

We seek talks/Birds of Feather (BOF) sessions/debates/any other formats covering: Why you adopted Containers for your use case; before-after scenario. Costs - skills, monetary and resources - of using Containers for your use case. expand

We seek talks/Birds of Feather (BOF) sessions/debates/any other formats covering:

  1. Why you adopted Containers for your use case; before-after scenario.
  2. Costs - skills, monetary and resources - of using Containers for your use case.
  3. Alternatives to Kubernetes and Docker - and how these have worked for you; why did you choose alternatives.
  4. Configuring, scheduling, provisioning and deploying Containers.
  5. Resource allocation and capacity planning.
  6. Container security.
  7. Application workloads; load balancing.
  8. Related topics.

Suggest topics for someone to speak; or submit a presentation idea based on your work/experiences with Container Orchestration.

Audience for Container Orchestration sessions are primarily DevOps pratictioners and operations engineers.

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Ratnadeep Debnath

Migrating from traditional EC2-like infra to Kubernetes

This talk is inspired by our journey at Zapier to migrate our app infrastructure from traditional AWS EC2, terraform, Ansible based workflow to Kubernetes. The challenges we faced during this journey, the solutions, and finally the rewards. I strongly believe that this talk will help many people who are in a similar position we were when we started this journey. They want to use Kubernetes to spe… more
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  • 13 Apr 2020
Duration of the session:: 40 mins full talk Category of talk: Kubernetes

Suraj Bankar

Ephemeral Kubernetes clusters with Crossplane and ArgoCD

In an era, where applications are composed of multiple microservices, we need effective ways to provision developer, test environments so that they can focus on application development rather than infrastructure. Developer/QA folks need environments where they can play around, quickly make changes and destroy environments once usage is done. In this talk, we will look at the lifecycle management … more
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  • 05 May 2020
Duration of the session:: 40 mins full talk Category of talk: Kubernetes

Abhisek Datta

Kubernetes from an Attacker's Perspective

Kubernetes is everywhere, a container orchestration system that is actively supported by all major cloud providors and adopted by companies across size and scale. more
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  • 08 Apr 2020
Duration of the session:: 40 mins full talk Category of talk: Security

Denis Dsouza

Building an organization specific Kubernetes container PaaS

There are a number of benefits that cloud-native, microservice architectures bring to organizations and containers along with orchestration tools like Kubernetes have been at the forefront of enabling these architectures. more
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  • 04 May 2020
Duration of the session:: 40 mins full talk Category of talk: Kubernetes

Rob Richardson

Level-up Your DevOps with GitHub Actions and Kubernetes

Are you looking to rapidly deploy your content? Are Docker containers in your future? Come for this demo-only presentation where we start from scratch, live-code a Dockerfile, build up a DevOps pipeline in GitHub Actions, and deploy to Kubernetes. Once setup, commit, and watch the magic flow into place. You too can automate your deployments. more
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  • 30 Dec 2020

Rob Richardson

From Build Script to Dockerfile

The quest of CI/CD is a uniform build in a neutral environment. With Docker’s multi-stage builds, you can get lean production images while ensuring software quality metrics, and bundling optimization is done exactly right each time. Join us on this journey from a traditional build script to a Docker build that versions, builds, tests, and deploys your software. You can upgrade your infrastructure… more
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  • 30 Dec 2020

Rob Richardson

Continuous Security by Design

Have you struggled to get security baked into your DevOps process or have your security needs taken a back seat to “run fast and break things”? Just because we’re moving fast doesn’t mean we can’t be secure. Join us for this deep dive into adding container scanning to a DevOps pipeline. We’ll enumerate the security tool categories, and give you tips for adding these tools to your development work… more
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  • 30 Dec 2020
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