kubectl is not the new SSH & Building a data science platform on K8s

Google's Chelsea Office - 111 8th Avenue, 11th Floor New York - View Map New York Kubernetes Meetup
Wed, Aug 22, 2018, 6:30 PM (EDT)

About this event

Hello NYC Kubernauts!

We're very excited to formally announce our August event!

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Whilst Kelsey Hightower likes to call kubectl "the new SSH" as he makes light of procedural problem-solving skills applied to Kubernetes' decidedly declarative world -- real-world cluster operations still requires low-level access beneath the almighty kubelet. Abe Ingersoll will review multi-tenant cluster patterns that have been popular to date, explore what's coming with kubectl debug, take a peek at next-gen tech such as gVisor, and demo what solutions exist today for highly-regulated or air-gapped environments.

Also joining us this month, Luke Marsden from Dotmesh will provide us a technical deep-dive into the lessons learned from building a data science platform on Kubernetes with the dotscience team. The dotscience platform is effectively a massively federated set of Kubernetes clusters — architecturally, it had to solve isolation, multi-tenancy, distributed storage, network tunneling, compatibility with object storage, and GPU workloads.

See you there!

6:30 - 7:00 - Social
7:00 - 7:10 - Community Announcements
7:10 - 7:40 - Abe Ingersoll, Gravitational
7:45 - 8:15 - Luke Marsden, Dotmesh
8:15 - 8:45 - Social / Wrap-up

Note you *must* bring government-issued photo ID to be allowed in the building.

Abe helped build and rebuild (and rebuild again) systems of pristine virtue and glorious complexity that have long since been forgotten or destroyed by entropy. Today he finds himself orchestrating solutions of unimaginable scale for Gravitational's air-gapped Kubernetes and enterprise Teleport SSH customers; all while his passion (and waning technical skill) lies in constantly refreshing Hacker News.

Luke is a hacker & entrepreneur. As founder and CEO at dotmesh & dotscience, he is working to make data scientists more productive by tracking every detail of an experiment to enable better decisions about which experiments to try next while achieving total reproducibility & provenance. He is also the former founder & CTO at ClusterHQ where we built the first Docker & Kubernetes persistence layer.


Wednesday, Aug 22
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)


Google's Chelsea Office
111 8th Avenue, 11th Floor New York