- 19:00 - 19:15 Intro
- 19:15 - 19:45 Deploying Elasticsearch & Kibana to Kubernetes with Elastic operator (ECK)
- 20:00 - 20:30 Tame your Microservices with Helm and Software Release Trains
- 20:45-21:00 OPA! Implementing compliance with Open Policy Agent
- 21:00-21:30 Networking time!
## Deploying Elasticsearch & Kibana to Kubernetes with Elastic operator (ECK)
Speakers: Janko Strassburg, Imma Valls by Elastic
Manage the deployment of Elasticsearch to Kubernetes can be complicated. Update the version, orchestrate the deployment, are not easy tasks. Be it a simple cluster, or a complex architecture such as hot/warm/cold, our operator will facilitate these tasks.
In this talk, Janko Strassburg, support engineer of Elastic, and Imma Valls, consultant of Elastic, will show you how to use our new operator, Elastic Cloud for Kubernetes (ECK), to automate the deployment and management of an elastic cluster.
## Tame your Microservices with Helm and Software Release Trains
Speaker: Dimitris Kapanidis by Harbur
The deployment of apps in Kubernetes is simplified with the usage of Helm, but when it comes to deploying microservice architecture things can go a bit more wild as we have to manage multiple applications on potentially multiple environments.
We'll discuss the different patterns for storing the charts on Git, either as mono or multi repos. We'll go through the ways to simplify and keep DRY our charts, and lastly we'll go review the different deployment patterns with Helm, either together as software release trains, or individually as with CI/CD.
## OPA! Implementing compliance with Open Policy Agent
Speaker: Miguel Alexandre by Bynder
Making sure every tenant of your cluster is employing best-practices while deploying their application is not an easy task, especially when they are using kubernetes for the first time.
In this lightning talk I will give an introduction to Open Policy Agent and how it can help administrators maintain compliance on their kubernetes clusters. I will go through some real-world use cases and how employing policies can save you from future headaches and teach your users best-practices.