I've Got 99 Workloads and 53 of Them Are Data

SF Bay Cloud Native Containers
Thu, Oct 7, 2021, 9:00 AM (PDT)

We are hosting this meetup in partnership the DoK Community user group. Workloads tell the true story of how Kubernetes is being used in production these days. We talked to 200 architects & DevOps engineers about deployment details, especially data-intensive workloads. The result is a report around workload numbers and types, preferred production environments, & the kinds of teams running it all.

About this event

We are hosting this meetup in partnership with our amazing friends and colleagues at the DoK Community user group. If you haven't joined their user group, check them out. They're awesome!

https://www.meetup.com/Data-on-Kubernetes-community

https://go.dok.community/slack

https://dok.community/

I can't wait to see you on the 7th! :)

ABSTRACT OF THE TALK

Workloads tell the true story of how Kubernetes is being used in production these days. We talked to 200 architects and DevOps engineers about the nitty gritty deployment details, especially around data-intensive workloads. The result is a report with quantitative information around workload numbers and types, preferred production environments, and what kind of teams are running it all.

KEY TAKE-AWAYS

Organizations are increasingly running data-intensive workloads on Kubernetes. Serverless technology, the cutting-edge tech whose moment always seems to be on the cusp of arriving, is finally here - and this has implications for the database.

MICHELLE'S BIO

Recovering journalist turned front end developer; Jamstack evangelist and Kubernetes curious. I like coffee, 8 bit video games and building things.

Speaker


Organizers

  • John Starmer

    John Starmer

    Kumulus Technologies

    Lead Organizer

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  • Lisa-Marie Namphy

    Lisa-Marie Namphy

    Cockroach Labs

    Lead Organizer

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