When something's wrong with a container running on Kubernetes, there are many tools that we can use to investigate. We're going to see some of these tools, including an alpha feature of Kubernetes: "Ephemeral containers". We will see what these ephemeral containers are and how to use them. Since they're an alpha feature, we'll also see how to enable alpha features by the means of feature gates.
THERE WILL BE DEMOS.
Jérôme's slides for this talk are also available here.
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Jérôme was part of the team that built, scaled, and operated the dotCloud PAAS, before it became Docker. He worked seven years at the famous container company, wearing various hats. When he's not busy with computers, he collects musical instruments. He can arguably play the theme of Zelda on a dozen of them.