Kubernetes is the de facto open source container orchestration system that supercharges applications. We know this to be true after nearly 6 years, but what comes after the 101 course? This demo fueled session takes you on a journey demonstrating how you can not only deploy a production ready Kubernetes cluster with best practices easily, but also how leveraging open source and industry standard DevOps based tooling can streamline and enhance the process. This session covers everything from scaling and pod security, to debugging a live application, testing those changes, and gaining confidence during the review process.
What’s up everyone. My name is Jessica Deen. I’m super excited to be back here at SwampUp.
And today we’re going to learn about Kubernetes in the real world. So let’s go ahead and dive right in and do a brief overview of an agenda so that you know what you can expect from me in this session.
First off, we’re going to start off with an introduction into the architecture behind running production level Kubernetes. There’s some considerations you want to make in advance rather than just the basic getting started. Then we’re going to move into covering resiliency, how do you cover or handle failure when it comes to production level Kubernetes? How do you handle security, maybe network security? How do you handle things when there’s obstruction and distributed systems and there’s kind of microservices all over the place?
We’re going to talk about how we handle that. Then we’re going to talk about scalability. There’s several different ways you can scale in production, Kubernetes, and sometimes seconds matter. So we’ll talk about how we can handle that as well. And then at the very end, we’re going to have confidence and we’re going to learn how we can have confidence in this entire process from a DevOps perspective.