CNI and craft container orchestrators


Thursday, September 21, 2017, 5:00 – 8:00 PM UTC

In-person event

About this event

What is CNCF? Cos'é CNCF? 

CNCF is a branch of The Linux Foundation focused on Cloud Computing and modern scalable architectures. it's supporting tools like Kubernetes, Prometheus, containerd and so on. If you are using one of them or you are looking to know more about them, this is your meetup. Join us! hashtag #CNCFItaly on twitter.

CNCF é un ramo della Linux Foundation focalizzato sul Cloud Computing, microservices ed infrastrutture scalability. Supporta progetti come Kubernetes, Opentracing, Rkt, CNI. Se stai utilizzando uno di questi tools o sei interessato a saperne di piú unisciti a noi! hashtag #CNCFItaly su twitter . 

About the event (Riguardo l'evento)

CNI is a powerful library designed to manage container networking. It's a project started by CoreOS and it is used under the hood from a lot of popular OSS projects like kubernetes, the legacy swarm and so on. Lorenzo will show us how it works in practice and how it is under the Cloud Native Foundation.

After this talk, Gianluca will start a conversation about container runtime, distributed system and orchestator. He is building the automation tools behind the as a service solution to use a hosted InfluxDB and the TICK stack.

CNI é una potente libreria disegnata per la gestione e la costruzione di network di containers. é un progetto originariamente sviluppato da CoreOS ma ormai utilizzato in molto progetto relativi ai containers come legacy swarm, kubernetes, cri-o... Lorenzo ci fará vedere con un approccio pratico come funziona e perché si trova sotto la Cloud Native Foundation.

Dopo questo talk GIanluca inizierá una conversaione su container runtime, sistemi distribuiti e orchestrators. Sta sviluppando i tools di automazione dietro il servizio la soluzione as a service per utilizzare InfluxDB e l'intero TIck Stack come servizi gestiti.

7.00 - 7.45 Practical CNI [ENG]

The Container Network Interface project redefined the way we connect containers and think about networks when using the container runtimes that implemented the specification, however the specification hides a lot of interesting implementation details addressed by the project itself or external plugin. The purpose of this talk is to tackle the topic in a practical way by showing what's under the CNI and by showcasing cool hacks and usage scenarios.

7.45 - 8.30 CNI, Raft, CRI rocket.. free chat about craf container orchestrator [ENG]

I would like to speak about what I am actually doing at InfluxData. Sharing with you some ideas about how an orchestrator should work. We will start from a bit of history about distributed system, containers, runtime and so on. Hoping to have a good chat about the future of scheduling and orchestrator.

[masked] Networking, Pizza and Beers 

The speakers

Lorenzo Fontana
DevOps @ Kiratech Docker Captain - Docker Maintainer

Gianluca Arbezzano
Site Reliability Engineer at InfluxData.

The Sponsor 

Thanks, Mikamai\LinkMe for the great location. 
Thanks, Sighup for all the logistic support and to sponsor the videos.
Thanks, Cloud Native Foundation to sponsor beers and Pizza!

Other Info (Altre informazioni) 

English in Italy? What's going on? This time the sessions will be in English but all the networking and QA will be in Italian. We took this decision because we will record them and in English, everybody will be able to enjoy them. Don't worry, we are going to have Pizza and beers as good Italian sponsored by CNCF.

Inglese in Italia? Mi prendi in giro? Questa volta le sessioni saranno in inglese ma tutto il resto, networking e domande saranno in italiano. Abbiamo preso questa decisione perché registreremo tutte le sessioni e ci piacerebbe che tutto il mondo possa ascoltarle. Non sará sempre cosí, ma sappiamo che l'IT parla inglese e non sará un problema! Da buoni italiani pizza e birra per tutti a fine evento. Sponsorizzate dalla CNCF.



Thursday, September 21, 2017
5:00 PM – 8:00 PM UTC

Venue map


  • Sergio Matone

    Minimal Gap


  • Gianluca Arbezzano