Join us to learn about the roadmap for Docker's containerd and how to get the most out of Kubernetes. Plus food, beer and networking.
Note you'll need to register for our venue.
Special thanks to our sponsors who make these possible: StorageOS, Tecknuovo and Spotinst.
See you there!
6:30 - 7 Food and drinks
7 - 7:30 The Past, Present and Future of containerd - Steven Thwaites, EMEA Technical Presales Lead at Docker
7:30 - 8 Wrangling Kubernetes API internals - James Munnelly, Solutions Engineer at Jetstack
At the heart of Kubernetes is its API - whilst on the surface it may appear relatively simple to use, under the hood is a beast of complex conversions, codecs and generators. In this talk I'll show you how the Kubernetes maintainers have created their own tooling to make this process easy, and how you can make use of this when building your custom controllers and operators. I'll then go on to create a simple pager using these generators, that sends me a message whenever a Message resource is created.
8 - 8:15 Break
8:15 - 8:45 Introducing Keel - lightweight Kubernetes deployment automation - Karolis Rusenas, Software engineer at StorageOS
If you are using Kubernetes for dev/test/production - you need a way to automate deployment updates once new images are available. Keel is a lightweight service to take care of that.
8:45 onwards - Networking and pub
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