OpenStack Summit May 2015 Vancouver has ended
Thursday, May 21 • 1:30pm - 2:10pm
Docker on OpenStack with Kubernetes

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Docker has accelerated development of portable services on cloud due to its slick approach to component lifecycle management. But connecting up a bunch of Docker containers as well-behaved aggregate services in the cloud can be more complex and brittle than most Docker users realize. In this talk, we'll show how you can take a Kubernetes cluster running on OpenStack and deploy the same cluster unmodified on GCE. 

As it turns out, differences in cloud infrastructures and APIs are often invisible to developers until it’s too late. Infrastructure land mines include networks and security configurations, and other distributed control problems.

Management of change at scale requires solutions for service discovery, well-specified aggregation and more.

Of course OpenStack enables placement, running, and restarting of workloads; but someone still has to make the decisions of how and where to do that. Google Kubernetes fills this gap by autoplacing pods of docker containers, orchestrating restart and replication of these service sets, across diverse cloud topologies, enabling a more responsive, lower intervention approach to elastic workload execution.

In this talk, Kit Merker, Product Manager at Google, along with Craig Peters, Mirantis Product Manager, will show how you can take a Kubernetes cluster running on OpenStack and deploy the same cluster unmodified on GCE.

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Kit Merker

Product Manager, Google
Kit Merker is a product manager at Google, working on Google Container Engine and Kubernetes. He joined the team in late 2014 and since has been focused on making both projects easy to use and understand, getting product feedback from customers and partners, and creating a vibrant... Read More →
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Craig Peters

Product Manager, Mirantis, Inc.
Craig Peters has spent his career making complex systems easier to consume in a variety of industries. His mission to improve the developer experience in distributed systems has developed through work on Documentum, Hadoop, and even Lotus Notes. His experience has been forged through... Read More →

Thursday May 21, 2015 1:30pm - 2:10pm PDT
Room 109

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