This month we dig into 15 failure points you need to be aware of in Kubernetes. This will be structured as a presentation followed by a discussion and Q&A, so come with questions.
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6:00 - 7:00p - Social
7:00 - 7:45p - 15 Kubernetes failure points you should watch - Federico Barcelona
There is a lot of discussion nowadays on how to use containers in production, are you there already? When operating a production platform we should prepare for failure and in addition to monitoring working metrics, we cannot forget about the most common failure points. From monitoring solution agnostic perspective, and following a use-case driven approach, we will learn the most common failure points in a Kubernetes infrastructure and how to detect them (metrics, events, checks, etc).
7:45 - 8:00 - Q&A Discussion
8:00 - 8:15p - Wrap-up, head out.
Federico Barcelona is a cloud-native college student, sitting between the container infrastructure and programming worlds, he uses Go and C++ to integrate the neverending stream of new awesome DevOps / Container technologies.
Currently, he is part of the Sysdig team, and in the past was an integration developer at Alerce, while he's finishing his studies at the university.
Always willing to learn new things in this hectic technology space, he also loves watching horror films, anime and traveling to discover new places.
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