Kubernauts! Our next meetup will center around the theme of Kubernetes installations on user's data centers and will be January 25, 2016 at Cisco.
Thank you to Diamanti for sponsoring this meetup!
RSVPs are required for attending!
260 East Tasman, Building 9. San Jose. Ca. Building SJ - 9 in Beringer Room
6 00 - 6 15 - Intro
6 15 - 6 25 - Introduction by Cisco Host Ken Owens, CTO Cloud Native Platorm
6:30 - 7:10 - Kubernetes networking and storage in 10 seconds
Want to deploy containers on your data center network with persistent storage? Kubernetes is a highly extensible container management system with support for many networking and storage technologies. Open-source contributor Chakri Nelluri will explain FlexVolume, an upstream Kubernetes API for pluggable storage providers, plus scheduler and Container Network Interface (CNI) plugins. Chakri will demonstrate pod deployment with standard Docker images on a Diamanti appliance. Bring your questions about Kubernetes, Docker, networking, and persistent storage and network with your peers
Speakers: Chakravarthy Nelluri , Lead Architect, Diamanti
7:20 - 7:45 - Kubernetes the Hardware Way
Kubernetes is a powerful system for operating application containers across a cluster of machines. In this talk, we'll explore CoreOS cluster provisioning and Kubernetes setup on hardware. To start, we'll cover PXE network setup and Ignition, CoreOS's built-in early-boot provisioning tool. Then we'll discuss matchbox, a service which matches machines to profiles to provision complete clusters. We'll walk through PXE booting machines, installation to disk, and automated provisioning of a multi-node Kubernetes cluster. We’ll show how the approach extends across machines and to provisioning many different kinds of clusters, including "self-hosted" Kubernetes and rktnetes.
Speaker: Dalton Hubble, CoreOS
7:50 - 8:00 - Deploying Kubernetes using Kargo
Speaker: Piotr Siwczak
8:00 - 8:30 - Q&A / Social / Wrap-up