Join us for discussions on continuous delivery and Kubernetes workload management! Hosted at Oath (Yahoo, AOL, and many other tech companies - a Verizon subsidiary) in Sunnyvale - Yahoo, Building G, 2nd Floor.
To attend, please register here:
5:30 - 6:30: Pizza, Cookies, Refreshments, and Networking
6:30 - 7:00: CI / CD at Oath using Screwdriver
7:00 - 7:45: Achieving a Serverless Experience while Scaling K8s
7:45 - 8:30: Data Agility for Stateful Workloads in Kubernetes
CI/CD at Oath using Screwdriver (open source build platform designed for Continuous Delivery)”
Jithin Emmanuel, Sr. Software Development Manager, Developer Platform Services, will provide an overview of Screwdriver (http://www.screwdriver.cd), share how it’s used at scale for CI/CD at Oath, and answer any questions attendees might have. Jithin leads the product development and operations of Screwdriver, which is a flagship CI/CD product used at scale in Oath.
Achieving a Serverless Experience While Scaling with Kubernetes or Amazon ECS
There are many considerations when architecting to scale a Kubernetes or Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) effectively, especially in heterogeneous environments that are composed of different machine types and sizes. To increase the cluster’s efficiency, it is crucial to choose the right instance size and type for the right workload.
In this session, Amiram Shachar is CEO & Founder of Spotinst, will discuss the two important concepts of Kubernetes: Headroom and 2 Levels Scaling. In addition, we review the different Kubernetes deployment tools, including Kubernetes Operations (Kops).
Data Agility for Stateful Workloads in Kubernetes
In this talk, Murat Karslioglu who is the VP of Products at MayaData. will present about accelerating CI/CD Pipelines and DevOps using chaos engineering & containerized storage. We will look into some of the open source tools available from MayaData to bring control of storage back to DevOps teams to retain autonomy and also build trust using Litmus testing in cloud native environment. We will introduce MayaData Agility Platform (MDAP), have a live demo of OpenEBS and Litmus to launch highly available stafeful application across zones and chaos test it.
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Special Driving and Building Instructions:
Yahoo, Building G, is located on the corner of Mathilda and Java.
From 237 or 101 Take Mathilda North to First Avenue.
Turn right at the light.
Turn right into the driveway and go to the second building.
Please park in the parking lot behind Building G.
The lobby of G is between the two buildings - you should see a bunch of small grassy hills between the buildings.
Once inside G, please take the elevators to the 2nd floor.