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December 10–13, 2018
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Wednesday, December 12 • 1:45pm - 2:20pm
Evolving Legacy Systems into Kubernetes at Lyft: A Hybrid Environment - Lita Cho & Jose Nino, Lyft

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Before Kubernetes, Lyft has hundreds services that deployed as VMs in AWS. Moving over to Kubernetes is a big undertaking. This talk will go over how we leveraged Envoy and the go-control-plane (the service that hosts Envoy configuration and discovery API) to split traffic between our legacy infrastructure and our Kubernetes infrastructure. This talk will demonstrate how Lyft handled service discovery within our hybrid environment, various ways to control the traffic when Kubernetes issues came up, and how Lyft used Envoy as a sidecar container to keep in par with the legacy behavior. Lastly, this talk will discuss the various challenges we faced with this migration plan but why it was needed due to the size of Lyft’s legacy infrastructure.

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Lita Cho

Senior Software Engineer, Lyft
Lita is a senior software engineer on the Networking team, building out the service mesh to handle both Kubernetes and legacy systems at Lyft. She also maintains the tracing infrastructure at Lyft. Before that, she worked on building out the API infrastructure using Protocol Buffers... Read More →
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Jose Nino

Software Engineer, Lyft
Jose Nino is the lead for Core Server Networking group at Lyft. During his time at Lyft, Jose has been instrumental in creating systems to scale Lyft's Envoy production environment for increasingly large deployments and engineering orgs. He has worked as an open source Envoy maintainer... Read More →


Wednesday December 12, 2018 1:45pm - 2:20pm
611-614