Join Datadog and Spotinst to learn about running Kubernetes Stateful Applications and monitoring dev tools.
6:30-7:00 pm - Mingling, Free Beer, and Pizza!
7:00-7:30 pm - Enabling developers from day 1 (by Daniel Benamy, Lead Software Engineer, Developer Happiness at Datadog)
Datadog is a monitoring service for hybrid cloud applications, assisting organizations in improving agility, increasing efficiency, and providing end-to-end visibility across the application and organization.
With over 600 employees, Datadog is constantly onboarding new engineers. The Datadog stack is complicated, with many services and requirements. We want new devs to be able to hit the ground running and have a full copy of that stack to test on and explore. In the past, that was a `vagrant up`. As the stack has outgrown a single laptop and we move to containers, we're rolling out a new dev environment using kubernetes, telepresense, and some custom tooling.
7:30-7:35 --- 5 Minute break ---
7:35-8:00 pm - Running Stateful Kubernetes cluster (by Yuval Dovrat, Director of Solutions Architecture at Spotinst)
Spotinst is a SaaS cloud optimization platform that delivers significant cost reduction while maintaining high availability and performance.
Running a Kubernetes cluster on ephemeral instances can become a real issue when maintaining state and sharing files between your containers and applications is necessary. This is often needed by organizations running databases and other data related applications in Kubernetes.
In this talk, we will share some best practices and ways to manage a Kubernetes cluster when its state matters including starting containers from the last state, and effectively share files and information between your different containers and instances.
Datadog office - New York Times Bldg, 620 8th Ave, New York, NY 10018
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