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SkillsCast

Bending Kubernetes to Your Needs

30th July 2018 in London at CodeNode

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In this Cloud Matters talk, Michael Hausenblas, Developer Advocate at Red Hat will be telling us more about Kubernetes' configuration and extension points, from benefits to limitations. Check it out!

Kubernetes is a highly customisation and extendable platform. In this talk, we will have a look at the Kubernetes configuration and extension points, from plugins to custom resources and discuss their use cases, benefits, and imitations.

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Bending Kubernetes to Your Needs

Michael Hausenblas

Michael is a Developer Advocate for Go, Kubernetes, and OpenShift at Red Hat where he helps appops to build and operate distributed services. His background is in large-scale data processing and container orchestration and he's experienced in advocacy and standardization at W3C and IETF. Before Red Hat, Michael worked at Mesosphere, MapR and in two research institutions in Ireland and Austria. He contributes to open source software (mainly using Go), blogs and hangs out on Twitter too much.

SkillsCast

In this Cloud Matters talk, Michael Hausenblas, Developer Advocate at Red Hat will be telling us more about Kubernetes' configuration and extension points, from benefits to limitations. Check it out!

Kubernetes is a highly customisation and extendable platform. In this talk, we will have a look at the Kubernetes configuration and extension points, from plugins to custom resources and discuss their use cases, benefits, and imitations.

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Bending Kubernetes to Your Needs

Michael Hausenblas

Michael is a Developer Advocate for Go, Kubernetes, and OpenShift at Red Hat where he helps appops to build and operate distributed services. His background is in large-scale data processing and container orchestration and he's experienced in advocacy and standardization at W3C and IETF. Before Red Hat, Michael worked at Mesosphere, MapR and in two research institutions in Ireland and Austria. He contributes to open source software (mainly using Go), blogs and hangs out on Twitter too much.