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December 10–13, 2018
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Tuesday, December 11 • 10:50am - 11:25am
Intro: KubeVirt BoF - Daniel Gonzalez Nothnagel, SAP & Ryan Hallisey, Red Hat

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KubeVirt extends Kubernetes with the ability to run virtual machine
workloads, as Kubernetes itself is not able to launch those. To do so
KubeVirt introduces dedicated custom resources around virtualization
to have enough flexibility to build and tune VMs towards existing and
new use-cases. While Kubernetes is a great platform for cloud-native
workloads there are also many workloads that require more isolation
than containers can provide, or are just in general better served with
VMs than with containers.

KubeVirt aims at a seamless integration with Kubernetes in order to
create one consistent cloud-native API for container and virtual
workloads, sharing the same storage, network, and compute resources.
In this BoF we will be discussing the basics and different use-cases
of KubeVirt and adjacent projects. As an example we will explore how
KubeVirt VMs can be used as nodes for a Kubernetes cluster,
effectively allowing to run Kubernetes on Kubernetes.

Speakers
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Ryan Hallisey

Software Engineer, Red Hat
Ryan is a software engineer at Red Hat. He has been working with containers and kubernetes for 4 years. Worked on OpenStack and Kubernetes integration before transitioning over to Kubernetes full time. He's worked on the service-catalog, automation broker, and is now working on... Read More →
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Daniel Gonzalez Nothnagel

Cloud Infrastructure Developer, SAP
Daniel is a Software Developer at SAP, focusing on Cloud Infrastructure. He worked on OpenStack since 2015 on different upstream OpenStack projects and helped to operate private OpenStack installations at SAP. | He started to work on Kubernetes when more and more workloads required... Read More →



Tuesday December 11, 2018 10:50am - 11:25am
618-620
  • Skill Level Any