Join us for our July Munich MeetUp! This time around, Fritz Ferstl from Univa is going to talk to us about advanced multi-tenancy with Kubernetes and Navops. Following him, Sebastian from Loodse will be discussing running Kubernetes on Kubernetes.
6:30 PM - Admission
7:00 PM - Advanced Multi-Tenancy with Kubernetes and Navops
7:30 PM - Running Kubernetes on Kubernetes
8:00 PM - Food & Drinks & Networking
Speaker: Fritz Ferstl
Fritz Ferstl is Univa's CTO and is leading engineering. He has been spearheading Univa's container management and scheduling platform Navops. Fritz has more than 25 years of HPC, grid and cloud computing experience and had a long tenure at Sun Microsystems where he was responsible for open sourcing Grid Engine and making it the world's most widely used workload and resource management system. He can be regarded as the father of Grid Engine and its forerunners Codine and GRD.
The Navops product suite brings advanced multi-tenancy to any Kubernetes system by integrating a sophisticated scheduler that allows sharing clusters across teams and projects. This presentation will give an overview on the Navops use cases and will showcase key capabilities with a live demo.
Speaker: Sebastian Scheele
Sebastian Scheele is a co-founder of Loodse. Loodse’s Kubermatic Container Engine includes everything businesses need to run containerized services in production. Sebastian has been a major contributor to the development of K8SNIff. Prior to founding Loodse, Sebastian worked as a Consultant and for Product Specialist at SAP. He holds a degree in Computer Science from the University of Applied Science and Arts of Dortmund.
Loodse uses Kubernetes to deploy multiple clusters in public and private clouds and in hybrid scenarios. This approach simplifies the setup and upgrade of clusters and allows smooth and user-friendly orchestration. In this talk, Loodse will demonstrate how to run Kubernetes on Kubernetes to provide a Cluster-as-a-Service architecture.
Microsoft Deutschland GmbH
Date & Time:
Tuesday, July 4th; 18:30
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask in the comment section below.
See you there!