DoK Talks #105 - Run Graph Database on K3s with KubeSphere

Data on Kubernetes
Tue, Nov 30, 2021, 9:00 AM (PST)

Feynman Zhou - Community Manager, KubeSphere Wey Gu - Developer Advocate, Nebular Graph Community

About this event

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ABSTRACT OF THE TALK

Graph databases are fundamentally designed with a focus on the relationship between data sets. Running stateful workloads like databases on a container platform has always been a challenge. How to unleash the power of your connected data on Kubernetes with cloud-native technologies?

Nebula Graph is a highly performant linearly scalable graph database available for use via a shared-nothing distributed model. KubeSphere is an open source container platform built on Kubernetes, helping developers to implement application delivery and build observability with ease.

In this talk, maintainers from KubeSphere and Nebula Graph community will demonstrate how to leverage Operator to deploy and manage a graph database on K3s with KubeSphere.

KEY TAKE-AWAYS FROM THE TALK

- KubeSphere and K3s Walkthrough

- Graph Database and Nebula Graph: Learn and Practice

- How to use KubeKey to install K3s and OpenEBS within minutes

- Run Nebula Graph on K3s with KubeSphere

- Build cloud native nbservability for Database application

Speakers


Host

  • Bart Farrell

    Bart Farrell

    Data on Kubernetes

    Community Builder

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