Seattle, WA
December 10–13, 2018
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Wednesday, December 12 • 10:50am - 11:25am
From Zero to Production with Kubernetes - Daniel Lopez Ridruejo & Gus Lees, Bitnami

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This session provides a practical intro to deploying Kubernetes applications into production.

Kubernetes is becoming the standard platform for deploying applications in the enterprise. The Helm project provides tooling for packaging and an extensive catalog of ready to run applications. However, deploying applications in production requires much more: monitoring, logging, certificate management and so on. The community has adopted a de-facto ‘production stack’ that includes popular projects such as Prometheus, Vault, ElasticSearch, Fluentd and others. Unfortunately, putting together this basic plumbing is not standardized, and results in a lot of wasted, duplicated efforts.

This session will introduce the Kubernetes production runtime, an open source stack that can simplify and automate production deployments, and explain how it relates to Knative and Gitlab's Autodevops.

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Angus Lees

Principal Engineer, Bitnami
Angus Lees is a principal software engineer with Bitnami, working on and with Kubernetes. He has decades of experience with Linux and the Free Software community, including 9 years working with Google’s internal cluster and networking infrastructure, several years as an OpenStack... Read More →
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Daniel Lopez Ridruejo

Founder, Bitnami
Daniel is co-founder and CEO of Bitnami, a company focused on multi-platform application packaging and deployment. Bitnami is an important contributor to several K8s-related open source projects, including Helm, Monocular, Kubeapps, Kubeless and smaller ones. Daniel is an emeritus... Read More →

Wednesday December 12, 2018 10:50am - 11:25am
4C 3/4