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Abstract of the talk… Kubernetes is powerful but can be complex to manage! In this talk, Jim Bugwadia from Nirmata will show how policy managers can help address the complexity via admission controls and dynamic configurations. Jim will introduce Kyverno, a Kubernetes native policy engine and CNCF sandbox project. Jim will then demonstrate how you …
 
https://go.dok.community/slack Abstract of the talk… This talk will walk through how to get started contributing to Kubernetes, combatting imposter syndrome, the many other ways you can get started contributing to K8s other than by writing code, and the benefits to joining a community such as K8s. Bio… Rin is a Technical Community Builder at Camund…
 
Abstract of the talk… For IT decision-makers, this goes above and beyond just keeping infrastructure running and efficient; it is about understanding how your IT budget affects your business, and how well your resources maximize the use of your budget. This makes it critically important that IT teams can more quickly and easily see the totality of …
 
Abstract of the talk… My experience in this contemporary technology journey of the last 4 years, fears, mistakes, IT paradigms, and agile methodologies impact my goals. Bio… I love working with technology. I am a person who learns much more by doing and teaching. I have in mind that in technology you can’t know everything. I love dogs and cycling. …
 
Abstract of the talk… Kubernetes became the standard for micro services architectures. But what about handling massive and scalable data management on top of it? Is it possible and what does it mean for operations? Cassandra has been adopted widely and accepted globally as the most scalable and reliable database. Now it adds ease of use by offering…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack Abstract of the talk… Even though microservices are becoming a pattern, we still see a lot of "monolithical" deploys and manual reactive actions. This blocks the ability to achieve maximum velocity in your release. We can leverage data and smart use of traffic-shaping to achieve a higher release velocity AND quality. …
 
https://go.dok.community/slack Abstract of the talk… Is deploying Postgres in Kubernetes just repackaging it into a container? Can’t Postgres leverage the wide range of Cloud-Native software and integrate well with K8s? Join this journey that will cover and demonstrate, with demos running on StackGres: How to structure Postgres into an init-less co…
 
https://go.dok.community/slack We will discuss how we can implement an efficient solution to overscale a Kubernetes cluster and therefore keep always enough room in the cluster for applications to grow in number of replicas. Presenter: Bart Farrell
 
Abstract of the talk… Cockroach Labs has built a database architected from the ground up to be distributed. It is a perfect fit for the cloud and Kubernetes as it naturally scales and survives without manual interaction. The unique architecture of CockroachDB delivers some key innovations that may not only provide value for your applications but mi…
 
For our 23rd installation of the Data on K8s community meetup, we will be talking with Ariel Munafo who is a CNCF ambassador and the founder of EuropeClouds (among many other things), Arie Van den Bos Senior Systems Engineer on Cloud Systems at Kurago, and Jake Page who is a DevOps and Cloud Native Enthusiast. Ariel Munafo is a very busy human bein…
 
In this talk, I would like to uncover our newly announced Vitess Operator for Kubernetes. This talk demonstrates the sample implementation of Vitess in Kubernetes topology. I also explore common DBA tasks by demonstrating how they are handled in the Vitess ecosystem. Vitess, out of the box, comes with a lot of tools and utilities that one has to ei…
 
Data handling is one of the hardests things in Kubernetes. This talk will be an informal conversation about things (relateded to data management) Eduard found helping customers to embrace Kubernetes. I hope you find them useful! Eduard Tomàs is a passionate developer since he was a child. He started programming with a Spectrum 48 and here still he …
 
CKA (Certified Kubernetes Administrator) has a bad reputation as the hardest certification many people have faced. In this talk, we will go through the process to pass successfully the exam, tips on the exam itself, the environment and any other question that might arise. How to fly into a kubernetes certification. Eneko Pérez is a DevOps Engineer …
 
Starting from a simple application which can be deployed in every machine running Docker, we will go through all steps required to transform the simple app into a Kubernetes native streaming application. We will explain the theory and then exemplify the learnt concepts to define a recipe for running streaming applications on Kubernetes. We will foc…
 
Stateful vs stateless? We will stately be stating our statutes regarding the status of the state of statefulness and statelessness on k8s- oh yea! In the DoK Community, one of the main issues that folks have are how in the world can they flatten the learning curve when it comes to running stateful applications in k8s. That's why we've brought on 3 …
 
In our inaugural DOKC meet-up, Patrick McFadin Developer Advocate at Datastax emphasized the challenges of running Cassandra on Kubernetes, concluding at one point that “Kubernetes might not be ready for Cassandra.” Since that meeting, the use of the open-source Container Attached Storage project OpenEBS as a simple and high performance per workloa…
 
Cloudian’s HyperStore is S3-compatible object storage software focused on the enterprise market. In this talk, I'll discuss how and why we are working on Kubernetes-managed versions of HyperStore, including where we are now and what we're looking. Gary Ogasawara is Cloudian’s first Chief Technology Officer, responsible for setting the company’s lon…
 
En este episodio, Alexander Herranz nos habla sobre la localización de los datos de las empresas mediante la comparativa entre Openshift o Kubernetes. Algunos temas que tratamos: El paso por Pivotal Cloud Foundry a Kubernetes, hasta llegar a Openshift. Ventajas y desventajas de comenzar a trabajar con contenedores bajo el paraguas de Openshift. Una…
 
When talking about data, we usually think about big data and scale, and what do we do next. Such limits are sometimes a good problem to have. In this talk, we'll discuss our approach to this situation using the Ingress Controller. Laurent is a Software Development Engineer at Adobe. He started in Dev, went to Ops (sometimes referred to as "SRE" the…
 
For our 14th installation of the data on k8s community meetup, we talked with Cloud System Engineer / Architect Arie van den Bos. // Abstract: In this meetup, Arie discussed the following: The importance of cost control while working with the cloud. K8S, Data & Cost Control. Hints/Tips around controlling your K8S costs. // Bio: Arie is a Cloud Solu…
 
For our 13th installation of the data on k8s meetup, we will be talking with Senior Software Engineer Sebastien Guilloux from Elastic about Distributed workloads on k8s and how operators play a part in that! // Abstract: How easily can you run distributed workloads on Kubernetes? The initial deployment of your 10-nodes database might be easy to set…
 
// Abstract: PostgreSQL is a powerful, open-source object-relational database system with over 30 years of active development that has earned it a strong reputation for reliability, feature robustness, and performance, but a production-grade deployment requires many complementary technologies to the database core: high availability and automated fa…
 
For our 11th installation of the data on k8s meetup, we talk with both Sr Tech Evangelists Jeremy Tanner and David McKay from Packet about doing data wrong on k8s. // Key takeaways: Data is hard with Kubernetes, especially when adding bare metal to the equation. Attendees will leave with an idea of some pain points they can avoid. // Abstract: In t…
 
For our 10th installation of the data on k8s community meetup, we talk with CEO of Mayadata Evan Powell about container attached storage, Portworx acquisition, openEBS, can open source make it, and we geek out a bit with questions from the audience. // Key takeaways: Kubernetes - extended by CAS and other software - is not just solving the problems…
 
For our 9th installation of the Dokc data on k8s meetup, we will be talking with Alex Milowski from Redis Labs. // Key takeaways: How are data collection and consumption workloads fundamentally different? What are the main challenges for sensor networks? How are those challenges address within the context of K8s? // Abstract: We use resources like …
 
For our 8th installation of the data on k8s meetup, we spoke with Rick Vasquez, Enablement Lead - Services Portfolio at Percona. // Key takeaways: Large unsharded data footprints are not great for kubernetes. Deploying databases in kubernetes is much different than just running an application in a container. Open source is playing catch up with reg…
 
Data on Kubernetes #7: Conway’s Law & Kubernetes - Centralization vs small team autonomy with Mike Tougeron, Lead Site Reliability Engineer, at Adobe & Joseph Sandoval , SRE Manager, Platform Infrastructure, at Adobe. Loosely coupled teams, loosely coupled workloads and loosely coupled data - on a built for everyone platform? Abstract: Big clusters…
 
Data on Kubernetes Community #6: Operators, operators, operators….Kubernetes operators! With Amit Gupta, Group Product Manager, at Confluent. Key takeaways: Kubernetes Operators represent a great opportunity for the data community to solve for the complexities of managing data products for their customers in a way that standardizes UX and integrati…
 
Doing Data on Kubernetes this week we dive into Globally distributed Business applications with Dave Cook Founder of Gridworkz Key takeaways: Current data scalability challenges outlined. What’s available today. Abstract: Scaling ACID compliant databases in the cloud is challenging. We’ll look at a specific use case where we’re trying to scale a Sa…
 
Balancing redundancy and HA with costs: did you really need all N replicas?AKA We were running what and it cost us how much?! With Ren Lee SRE at Arista Networks Key takeaways: “Lazy but Simple” vs. “Proactive but Expensive” methods of scaling: knowing when to pay the seemingly scarier price of running infrastructure than costing engineering time, …
 
Distributed databases on kubernetes And we just keep rolling along! Round 3 of the data on kubernetes community meetup! This time we will be talking with Nikhil Chandrappa Lead Software engineer at YugabyteDB. We will take a Practical look at running distributed SQL on Kubernetes using YugabyteDB Key takeaways: - Introduction to YugabyteDB Distribu…
 
Data on Kubernetes community virtual meetup #2 with Zach Dunn Senior Direct of Platform Operations, Optoro. We talk today about how the team at Optoro has implemented stateful apps on Kubernetes and what they have learned along the way. Let’s talk about storage. Optoro has moved to running stateful stores on Kubernetes. It’s a challenge, but it has…
 
Our kick-off inaugural event of Data on Kuberneters commenced with VP Developer Relations of Datastax Patrick McFadin talking about this vision for the future of doing data on k8s Kubernetes has been a great solution for deploying application infrastructure. Trying to manage your data with the same control plane has been, less than ideal. This has …
 
LexTime Ibiza Special 4 Hour Set (2017 Club Mix) Tracklist: Energy 52 - Cafe Del Mar (Dale Middleton Remix) [Push Communications]Trilucid - Shelter [Zerothree]Myon, Alissa Feudo - Omen In The Rain (Eskai Remix) [Anjunabeats]Mannel - Tunderek Hagja [No Smoking]Sander Van Doorn, LVNDSCAPE - Need To Feel Loved [DOORN]Barzek - Flare [Colorize]Audien - …
 
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