CoreOS, the leader in container infrastructure, is the creator of Tectonic, an enterprise-ready platform that combines Google's Kubernetes and the CoreOS stack for running Linux containers. In addition, CoreOS is the creator and maintainer of open source projects CoreOS Linux, etcd, fleet, flannel and rkt. The strategies and architectures that influence CoreOS allow companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter to run their services at scale with high resilience. Learn more at https://coreos.com/ or follow CoreOS on Twitter @coreoslinux.
Making Sense of the Growing Kubernetes Community
Featuring Fintan Ryan
We will explore the make up of the Kubernetes community and the adoption trends that we are tracking at RedMonk.
SmartCity IoT on Kubernetes
Featuring Adam Skotnicky and Jakub Pavlik
Modern cities are rapidly adopting smart technologies to deliver realtime data about a number of city services. These technologies heavily rely on a high quality network interconnecting all sensors and reactors as lamps with controlling services. Many low level PLC systems solve the automation,...
Kubernetes Documentation: Contributing, fixing issues, collecting bounties
Featuring John Mulhausen
I started as the lead tech writer for Kubernetes and Google Container Engine in January. We are currently redesigning the docs, moving to a strictly GitHub Pages-based documentation system that will make it easier than ever to contribute!
Kubernetes Storage 101
Featuring Erin Boyd
You have deployed your application on Kube and now you want to actually do something permanent with it?? You will need STORAGE. This talk with be a good introduction to using storage in Kubernetes. It will cover the use of EmptyDir, HostPath and Persistent Storage options. How to configure and...
Your App Is Alive
Featuring Michelle Noorali
Many of us might just be getting started with Kubernetes. A really good way to do so is by creating a small web server in your language of choice with a simple health check. Doing so will give you an awesome playground so you put all of the documentation you’ve read into action.
Day 2 Opening Keynote: Pushing Kubernetes Forward
Featuring Brandon Philips
The Kubernetes community has aspirations of becoming the Linux kernel of distributed systems. Together we want to build a scalable, stable, and secure platform for distributed system that is the ubiquitous choice for people building server infrastructure. This talk will discuss the major...kubernetes
My Microservices are not all stateless!
Featuring Kai Davenport
Managing a microservice-based deployment is complicated and Kubernetes helps tremendously but not all microservices are stateless! For the stateful services, we are encouraged to deploy a database per service - which increases complexity and leads on the the next question: Where does my state...
Killing containers to make weather beautiful
Featuring Jacob Tomlinson
The Met Office Informatics Lab includes scientists, developers and designers. We build prototypes exploring new technologies to make environmental data useful. Here we describe a recent project to process multi-dimensional weather data to create a fully interactive 4D browser application. We used...
Kubernetes Hardware Hacks: Exploring the Kubernetes API Through Knobs, Faders, and Sliders
Featuring Ian Lewis
Have you ever wanted to create a physical cockpit or replica of Homer Simpson’s dashboard to control your Kubernetes cluster? Of course you have!
Kubernetes Dashboard Unleashed!
Featuring David O'Dwyer and Christoph Held
With the first release of the Kubernetes Dashboard project out of the door it's time to look at the challenges facing this young project and how as a community we can come together and help shape its goals.