If you were unable to make the KubeCon Berlin, this is another opportunity to hear from Joseph Jacks, one of the founders of Kismatic (the enterprise Kubernetes company, now Apprenda), and a founder of KubeCon. Joseph discussed native, distributed storage for Kubernetes.
We also heard from Bobby DeVeaux, one of our favourite people in DevOps, who presented his most recent project, a production-ready scalable Docker Swarm using Terraform and Packer. Mangirdas Judeikis from Red Hat provided a deep dive to OpenShift and how it works with containers. Cameron Adams took us through how ITV have been using Docker & Selenium to reduce their build pipeline from 4 hours to 40 minutes.
6X FASTER CI
Cameron Adams, ITV
The story of how ITV has used Docker & Selenium to take their build pipeline from 4 hours to 40 minutes at ITV.
BUILDING A PRODUCTION-READY, FULLY-SCALABLE DOCKER SWARM USING TERRAFORM & PACKER ON OPENSTACK
Bobby DeVeaux, UK Cloud
Bobby is a Consultant DevOps Engineer who currently works with UK Cloud’s clients to help them understand DevOps, how to improve their automation and migrate to a cloud-native environment. Bobby has over twenty years of experience working with the web and has most recently been working with public sector clients on their latest projects.
NATIVE, DISTRIBUTED STORAGE FOR KUBERNETES
Joseph Jacks, Quantum
Modern software storage systems are inherently complex. They are composed of numerous distributed components, require careful balancing of resources, and have stringent performance requirements. If you’re running your applications in a public cloud, you’re typically shielded from this complexity and can utilize managed storage services like EBS, S3 and EFS. If you’re running on-premise, however, your choices are quite limited and typically result in using traditional big-iron storage systems.
In this talk, JJ walked through deploying and running a production-ready storage cluster using Kubernetes. Storage nodes can run as pods and enumerate the available storage devices within the cluster. JJ showed how some of the features of Kubernetes including controllers/operators, third-party resources, resource management, and rolling upgrades can lead to more powerful and resilient storage clusters.
OPENSHIFT FOR THE CORPORATE CONTAINERS DEVELOPER
Mangirdas Judeikis, Red Hat
Have you been using Docker or Docker and Kubernetes and wondered what OpenShift is and does? This is a grounds-up technical talk for developers interested in getting a first-hand drivethrough of OpenShift. Mangirdas covered:
• OpenShift vs. Kubernetes - what OpenShift does and what k8s doesn’t, and some myths broken • Docker implementation and why it’s challenging to run native Docker in corporate environments • Developer experience in highly controlled environments • Corporate security and compliance • Short demo of common use cases • Dockerfile Build - How to build a Dockerfile using Docker and OpenShift • How to run it, debug it, and get almost everything you get from Docker but in a controlled corporate environment. • “I have code—run it, please”. How to do it, and why it’s good for your enterprise.
This content was provided by #DOXLON, a DevOps monthly event in London, UK, put on by Outlyer and LinuxRecruit, a specialist consultancy within the open source industry that’s been introducing great engineers to great organizations across the UK since 2011.
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