OM#9: Resource Management in k8s (with demo) - Cameron Brunner

Online - San Francisco - View Map Kubernetes/Cloud-Native Online Meetup
Wed, Jan 11, 2017, 9:45 AM (PST)

About this event

Hello Kubernauts,

Join us for the 9th edition of our Online MeetUps, and the first one of 2017, where Cameron from Univa is going to talk to us about resource management in kubernetes, and will show a demo as well. PLEASE NOTE that we have a new link for the meeting.

Topic Summary:
Kubernetes is taking the market by storm with remarkable levels of ecosystem and enterprise adoption. Not to mention one of the most robust communities of contributors in the open source world. While Kubernetes is fabulous for deploying, managing and scaling microservice-based applications, the enterprise is a brown field of technologies and workloads that don’t always fit neatly into the microservice mold. Navops Command augments Kubernetes by allowing organizations to not only share resources in Kubernetes clusters across projects and teams, but allows for the running of non-containerized batch workloads in the same environment, thus addressing some of the more complex, legacy needs of the enterprise. This talk will discuss resource management within Kubernetes and will include a demonstration of running complex, mixed workloads in a shared environment.

Cameron Brunner

Cameron Brunner is the chief architect of Univa’s Navops Container provisioning and orchestration line of products. His areas of expertise are high performance computing, distributed software systems and networking applications. Cameron has an extensive work experience leading the development of large scale computer provisioning systems in local hardware, virtual machines, and cloud based environments. Previously, Cameron was co-architect and lead of large scale N-Tier Remote Management platform for DSL modems and spent several years developing embedded software for the telecom industry. Cameron holds a Bachelor degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois.

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Wednesday, January 11th

Time (PST/CET):


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See you there!



Wednesday, Jan 11
9:45 AM - 12:45 PM (PST)


Online San Francisco