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Thursday, October 29 • 2:50pm - 4:20pm
RSVP Required: Hands on With Kubernetes on OpenStack FILLING

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Kubernetes is a thriving open source project for managing containerized applications across multiple servers using common best-practices. It is built upon more than a decade of experience running productions workloads at Google.

Kubernetes can run anywhere - cloud or bare metal.

This hands-on workshop will first provide a technical overview of Kubernetes architecture, and how the different components  and concepts work together to manage a cluster of containers. We will cover the basics of Kubernetes installation and administration. Kubernetes is a perfect system to sit on top of OpenStack and manage applications to run on top of the OpenStack cloud. So we will use Kubernetes on top of CoreOs on OpenStack as an exampke and learn how to deploy and manage applications and microservices that are light, portable and self-healing. Doing so, we will also cover the strengths and weaknesses of Kubernetes.

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Sudarshan Acharya

Software Developer
Sudarshan is Senior Developer & Architect at Rackspace and is currently working on Rackspace Private Cloud Solutions focusing on integrating platforms and applications with OpenStack. He is passionate about solving business needs using a mix of OpenStack, DevOps and Bigdata technologies and he has been a contributor to OpenStack and ecosystem projects.
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Daniel Curran

Software Developer
Daniel has been a DevOps Engineer at rackspace going on 4 years now. | He has been using/deploying and developing for OpenStack for close to 3 years. He has deployed OpenStack in a number of configurations, set up continuous integration systems, created heat templates and integrated CloudFoundry, Ceph and LDAP. Daniel also has experience with config management tools such as SaltStack, Chef, Puppet and Ansible. | Daniel also has interest in... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 2:50pm - 4:20pm
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