Deploying greenfield JVM microservices on Kubernetes on-premise with a service mesh WITHOUT Openshift or CloudFoundry
Submitted by Akshay Mathur (@awkshwayrd) (proposing) on Tuesday, 16 April 2019
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Section: Full talk Technical level: Beginner Status: Submitted
Lessons learned from deploying open source Kubernetes in a traditional financial data center without a supported vendor implementation (no IBM, RedHat, or Google support)
Intended audience - anyone interested in Kubernetes
Expected outcome - A good discussion around the philosophy and operational capabilities needed to deploy microservices on-prem on Kubernetes
How to architect the platform to meet specific non-functional requirements - IDAM, observability,
traceability, configuration management, etc. The pain points you don’t typically face when you provision Kubernetes on GKE How to leverage a service mesh such as Istio for inter-service interactions. How to discover the DevOps model for new greenfield microservices. The tools needed to deploy JVM based microservices on Kubernetes.
An open mind
Software consultant and architect with 13 years of product engineering expertise. Currently grokking CNCF, service meshes, and reactive architectures.