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Cloud Native Data Management Day

NA 2021

Cloud Native Data Management Day NA 2021

CNDM Day is a community initiative designed to bring together Kubernetes and cloud native data management enthusiasts. The community welcomes users, developers and vendors of cloud native storage, backup, and other aspects of data management.

CNDM Day are the events that attract a wide audience, ranging from CXOs to DevOps engineers. Attendees discuss the changing requirements for application development in a cloud native world, data management challenges they face and the solutions they deploy. The events feature real-world case studies and offer best practices for optimizing cloud native data management in Kubernetes.

What is Cloud Native Data Management Day?

Session Videos from Event on October 12, 2021

  • Panel Discussions
  • Industry Track
  • Technical Track
  • Community Track

Cloud Native Tech – From Pilot to Standardization – The Next Frontier of Containers
Moderator: Camberley Bates | Panelists: Janae Stow Lee, Xing Yang, Alison Dowdney & Adi Polak

The New Stack: The Importance of Community in Cloud Native
Moderator: Alex Williams | Panelists: Mike Pfeiffer, Taylor Dolezai, Melissa Logan, Alison Dowdney, Adi Polak

A Perspective on Data and Platform in a Cloud Native World
Moderator: Mike Pfeiffer | Speakers: Tom Manville, Robert Hodges, Hakim Weatherspoon

CNDM Day NA 2020 Panel: All Things Data and Storage
Moderator: Rob Esker | Speakers: Sidhartha Mani, Michael Mattson, Vaibhav Kamra, Bhavin Shah

GitOps Based Capacity Management for Kubernetes Clusters​
Speakers: Bhavin Shah & Ryan Wallner

If Kubernetes is self-healing, why does my company need backup and DR plans?
Speaker: Geoff Burke

Designing Highly Available Stateful Applications in Kubernetes
Speaker: Abhinivesh Jain

Direct-CSI: Enabling I/O Intensive Workloads with Kubernetes Object Storage​
Speaker: Daniel Valdivia

Data Services as a Service on Kubernetes
Speakers: Bhavin Shah & Ryan Wallner

Enterprise-grade Data Management for Cloud-native Applications
Speaker: Hrishi Keremane

Database DevOps with Containers
Speaker: Rob Richardson

Protecting Amazon RDS Database with Kasten K10
Speaker: Vivek Singh

Best Practices for Persistent Container Storage and CSI
Speaker: Subodh Mathur

Why Kubernetes Is The Best Technology For Running A Cloud-Native Database
Speaker: Jeffrey Carpenter

Protect your data: Hypervise your containers!
Speaker: Michel Schildmeijer

Integrating Backup Into Your GitOps CI/CD Pipeline
Speaker: Michael Cade

Designing Application Migration Solutions Between Different Clouds
Speakers: Bhavin Shah & Ryan Wallner

Architecting Disaster Recovery Solutions for Kubernetes Clusters
Speakers: Bhavin Shah & Ryan Wallner

Stateful and Stateless for Kubernetes
Speaker: Michael Levan

Apache Spark on Kubernetes: Best Practices & Performance Tuning
Speaker: Jean-Yves Stephan

Securing your Stateful workloads with encryption, audit, authentication, authorization and ownership
Speakers: Bhavin Shah & Ryan Wallner

Understanding Kubernetes Design, Performance and Benchmarking
Speaker: Dean Lewis

Panel Discussions

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Cloud Native Tech – From Pilot to Standardization – The Next Frontier of Containers

Moderator: Camberley Bates
Managing Director and Analyst
Evaluator Group
@camberleyb

Panelists:
Janae Stow Lee
Senior Consultant
Evaluator Group

Xing Yang
Cloud Native Storage Tech Lead
VMware and CNCF Kubernetes Storage Co Chair
@2000Xyang

Alison Dowdney
Developer Advocate
Weaveworks
@alisondowdney

Adi Polak
Sr. Open-Source Big Data Developer
Microsoft
@AdiPolak

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The New Stack: The Importance of Community in Cloud Native

Moderator: Alex Williams
Founder and Publisher
The New Stack
@alexwilliams

Panelists:
Mike Pfeiffer
Founder and CEO
Cloudskills.io
@mike_pfeiffer

Taylor Dolezai
Senior Developer Advocate
HashiCorp
@onlydole

Melissa Logan
Director
DoKC
@Melissa_B2B

Alison Dowdney
Developer Advocate
Weaveworks
@alisondowdney

Adi Polak
Sr. Open-Source Big Data Developer
Microsoft
@AdiPolak

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A Perspective on Data and Platform in a Cloud Native World

Moderator: Mike Pfeiffer
Founder and CEO
Cloudskills.io
@mike_pfeiffer

Speakers: Tom Manville
Director of Engineering
Kasten by Veeam
@tdmanv

Robert Hodges
CEO
Altinity
@dbcicero

Hakim Weatherspoon
CEO and Co-Founder
Exotanium, Inc.

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CNDM Day NA 2020 Panel: All Things Data and Storage

Moderator: Rob Esker
Product Management
NetApp
CNCF Governing Board member
@robesker

Speakers:
Sidhartha Mani
Engineer
MinIO
@utter_babbage

Michael Mattson
Principal Technical Marketing Engineer
HPE
@datamattsson

Vaibhav Kamra
CTO
Kasten by Veeam
@vaibhavkamra

Bhavin Shah
Technical Marketing Manager
Pure Storage
@bhavin04890

Industry Track

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Demands on Data Storage from new Cloud Native Workloads

Paul Speciale
Chief Product Officer
Scality
@pspeciale
@Scality

New data-centric applications in big data analytics, AI/ML and media content delivery for a wide range of edge services are now emerging. These new workloads will leverage cloud-native principles and technologies to achieve scale, agility and portability in deployment. This session will spotlight the demands this places on data storage, and how modern storage solutions leveraging Kubernetes can help to resolve these challenges.

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Open Source Database as a Service for Kubernetes

Sergey Pronin
Product Manager
Percona
@sergeypronin

During this session, we discuss how Kubernetes Operators are changing the way databases — and data in general — live in cloud native world. We explore how cloud boundaries are shaken as Kubernetes makes hybrid cloud easy, and introduce a fully open-source solution that can deploy and provide day-2 operations for MongoDB, MySQL and PostgreSQL on Kubernetes.

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Building Disaggregated Storage Infrastructure

Anuj Agrawal
Architect

Jain Johny
Architect from Flipkart
@Flipkart

To run stateful workloads in Kubernetes, a popular recommendation is to abstract the storage infrastructure using CSI. For organizations that rely heavily on on-premises infrastructure, disaggregation of storage and managing the storage infrastructure are still challenging areas, in need of better innovations. In this talk, we present the challenges and propose a method to implement a cost and operations-optimized disaggregated storage infrastructure, borrowing the design concepts from Kubernetes and cloud-native architectural patterns.

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Backups are the New Borders!

Kamlesh Lad
VP Engineering
Catalogic Software
@cloudcasa
@CatalogicSW

Worldwide, companies are spending more and more on Defense. They’re defending their data, defending the free flow of their business operations and building an arsenal of excess backup copies just in case you ever need one. Bad Actors — whether malware or ransomware players — target your insurance policy first and leave you vulnerable when you need them the most. A good cloud-native data management strategy includes not just securing your primary data, but also safeguarding your backup data.

At Catalogic, we have been building a FREE backup service called CloudCasa that allows the Kubernetes community to create snapshots on unlimited worker nodes and clusters, both on-premises and in the cloud. In addition, we are introducing a new border defense mechanism for your data through periodic vulnerability scans of your Kubernetes Clusters and AWS cloud accounts. Our premium service offers a way to create virtual air gap domains in the cloud, strengthened by tamper-proof SafeLock protection, without increasing your cloud storage costs.

@cloudcasa @CatalogicSW

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Persistent Data Agility and Resiliency at the Edge

Thomas Prohofsky
Principal Engineer
Seagate

Much of the data used to fuel innovation starts at the edge, with even more untapped information just waiting for a data scientist, artist or anyone in society to say it’s worthy. Data at the edge no longer needs to be viewed as a brief layover waiting for the next flight home. Yes, data resiliency and quality of service are complex but a proprietary solution isn’t necessary to make it easy.

The Container Storage Interface (CSI) is the “Babel Fish” of storage orchestration for 100 storage solutions (and counting). Many open-source projects now offer complete storage stacks with full transparency. These often come with hidden costs of more servers and networking to provide resiliency or dynamic thin provisioning. What if instead of adding more and more layers, we reduce the storage stack to what is needed for resilient persistent volumes, and let the orchestrator handle the failover action at the edge?

This session spotlights how multi-node direct-attached storage sheds multiple layers of complexity with a completely open-source storage stack. Less middle-men between your pod and the drives providing the Persistent Volumes can yield greater performance and observability while lowering power, cost and footprint. Recent contributions to LVM2 enabling shared volume groups will be demonstrated with a CSI storage class defining performance and resiliency. We will also demonstrate how other open-source projects such as Piraeus offer more composability for feature-rich storage management and are well-suited for edge cloud deployments.

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How to Retrofit Enterprise Data Storage to its Fullest Potential for Kubernetes

Michael Mattsson
Tech Marketing Engineer
HPE
@datamattsson

HPE has a broad portfolio of data storage products deployed for enterprise workloads across every industry vertical. When traditional stateful applications move from bare metal and virtual machines to Kubernetes, the new imperative is to adapt traditional storage and data services to look and feel cloud-native.

In this talk, we discuss how customers have steered the direction of product development from being a dumb disk, imperatively provisioned and attached, toward a cloud-native declarative model. Storage needs to be invisible, but data services are more important than ever to meet the demands of a highly dynamic environment driven by business outcomes.

Learn how users bring their stateful workloads to the next level with multi-tenancy, zero-copy snapshots and clones, replication, data reduction, volume encryption, consistency groups, and more. This session features the full gamut of CSI capabilities with the HPE CSI Driver for Kubernetes, a multi-platform, multivendor CSI driver for Kubernetes.

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NetApp Astra Control - Storage and Data Management Built for K8s

Sayandeb Saha
@SayandebSaha,
Sr. Director
Product Management
NetApp

In this session, you will learn about NetApp Astra Control, an application-aware data management solution that makes it easier for users to manage, protect and move their data-rich containerized workloads on Kubernetes within and across public clouds and on-premises. Available as a fully managed cloud service and customer-managed software solution, Astra Control offers a rich set of advanced application-aware data management functionality, including automatic storage class provisioning, application discovery, snapshot, backup-restore, activity log and active cloning for application data protection, disaster recovery, data audit and mobility/migration use-cases for modern apps.

Technical Track

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GitOps Based Capacity Management for Kubernetes Clusters

Bhavin Shah
Technical Marketing Manager
Pure Storage
@bhavin04890

Ryan Wallner
Technical Marketing Manager
Pure Storage
@KubernetesBytes

Provisioning the right amount of storage for your applications is always a guessing game. You can either start too low and continuously monitor your capacity utilization to ensure application uptime, or you can start too high and end up with a huge cost from Day 1. In this session, you will learn how to provide only the storage you need, and use a rule-based engine and GitOps workflows to provide automated scaling on-demand. We will demonstrate a few scenarios in which we use GitOps workflows to resize individual persistent volumes, and resize the underlying Kubernetes storage cluster without any impact to your applications.

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If Kubernetes is self-healing, why does my company need backup and DR plans?

Geoff Burke
Senior Backup Engineer
ThinkOn
@CloudRestore

In my tenure as a backup and disaster recovery subject matter expert, I have seen almost every type of disaster, including natural disasters, power outages, hardware failures and human error, and I have participated in those recovery operations. Kubernetes is just as vulnerable as conventional workloads to many disaster scenarios, and its growing popularity increases the risk and likeliness of having an incident. With the ever-increasing adoption of Kubernetes, the value of new apps will make for a high-value target for bad actors looking to exploit or disrupt operations. As many people are relatively new to the technology, organizations must also protect themselves from self-inflicted disasters from operator errors.

During this presentation, I will explain why we still need backups and disaster recovery plans in the world of Kubernetes. Then, I will emulate a disaster on a single-node Kubernetes cluster and perform a complete recovery from an offsite backup leveraging Kasten K10 by Veeam.

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Designing Highly Available Stateful Applications in Kubernetes

Abhinivesh Jain
Distinguished Member of Technical Staff
Wipro
@AbhiniveshJain

As we all know, Kubernetes doesn’t provide high availability options across Kubernetes clusters; hence the importance of designing highly available stateful applications that can sustain cluster-level or DC failures. However, doing so requires special considerations around cloud-native storage.

This session covers those considerations, the usefulness of various product offerings in this area, challenges and a sample reference architecture.

Architects, Developers and everyone else who is trying to solve this kind of problem in their organization will find value in attending.

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Direct-CSI: Enabling I/O Intensive Workloads with Kubernetes Object Storage

Daniel Valdivia
Engineer
MinIO
@dvaldivia

The relationship between Kubernetes and storage continues to evolve. In the early days, adding volumes for container access required coding. Then came the Computer Storage Interface (CSI) that defined a standard interface for Kubernetes to expose storage systems to containers and their workloads. CSI was a step forward, because it made it easier to expose volumes to Kubernetes workloads. While CSI has some value, when legacy apps running on Kubernetes need to access legacy file-and-block storage, it’s not the answer for demanding distributed workloads.

In this session, we’ll explore DirectCSI, a CSI driver that provisions volumes for workloads that require direct access to the storage medium. You’ll learn how DirectCSI is the next step forward in I/O-intensive Kubernetes storage, providing high-consistency guarantees and highly reliable performance in these scenarios.

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Data Services as a Service on Kubernetes

Speakers: Bhavin Shah
Technical Marketing Manager
Pure Storage
@bhavin04890

Ryan Wallner
Technical Marketing Manager
Pure Storage
@KubernetesBytes

Kubernetes is the best platform for running your containers. But, it is just that: a platform meant for running your containers. You still need the knowledge and expertise for running data services on top of your Kubernetes clusters. It’s important to understand how each data service works, how to deploy it reliably, how to maintain it, how to scale it, how to back it up and, last but not the least, how to do this consistently across all of the different data services that your development teams need.

Join us for this session and we will talk about how you can leverage a modern solution that provides Data Services-as-a-Service for your Kubernetes cluster. We will demonstrate how you can deploy different data services on your Kubernetes clusters, ensuring the best performance and reliability, while also making it easy for Day 2 operations, such as data protection and non-disruptive upgrades.

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Enterprise-grade Data Management for Cloud-native Applications

Hrishi Keremane
Sr. Product Manager
Cloud PM
NetApp
@hr1sh1

As customers deploy containerized apps in production, they need a scalable and enterprise-grade data foundation. Customers require the same resiliency, rich data management, and efficiency features for cloud-native applications that their traditional environments are built upon. In this session, we will discuss the NetApp® Astra Kubernetes offerings for persistent datastores.

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Database DevOps with Containers

Rob Richardson
@rob_rich

Unlike CI/CD pipelines for applications, we can’t just delete the database and pop up a new one with each new version. Let’s start with the production database, and get SQL Server content to developers in containers, and then flow schema and lookup data back into production with migration tools. You can bring the reliability and automation of CI/CD pipelines to Database DevOps with containers.

Rob Richardson is a software craftsman building web properties in ASP.NET and Node, React and Vue. He’s a Microsoft MVP, published author, frequent speaker at conferences, user groups, and community events, and a diligent teacher and student of high quality software development. You can find this and other talks on https://robrich.org/presentations and follow him on twitter at @rob_rich.

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Protecting Amazon RDS Database with Kasten K10

Vivek Singh,
Software Developer,
InfraCloud Technologies, Inc.
linkedin.com/in/viveksinghggits
yt.viveksingh.dev

Data management of applications is hard, especially when it’s deployed on Kubernetes. In this session we looked how we can easily use Kasten K10 to backup an application, using Amazon RDS database at the backend. Apart from that, we also talked about how powerful Kanister’s blueprint mechanism can be to backup your application in the way you want.

Vivek Singh is a Software Developer who has been working with Kubernetes and storage systems on Kubernetes closely recently with interest in container and surrounding ecosystem. He has his own YouTube channel (yt.viveksingh.dev) as well where he makes videos about Containers and Kubernetes.

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Best Practices for Persistent Container Storage and CSI

Subodh Mathur
Staff Engineer – Cloud Native Technologies
Nutanix, Inc.
@nutanix

Storage can be a major challenge when it comes to deploying stateful cloud-native applications. The problem is that stateful applications depend on provisioned storage but the ephemeral nature of containers makes it difficult to persist data. While Kubernetes offers a standard Container Storage Interface (CSI) to help alleviate the issue, there’s still a lot of critical decision-making and management overhead for IT. This session could change all that. Join us and learn best practices for simplifying cloud-native storage management with examples based on Nutanix’s set of integrated storage solutions and full-featured CSI.

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Why Kubernetes Is The Best Technology For Running A Cloud-Native Database

Jeffrey Carpenter
Developer Advocate
DataStax

We’ve been talking about migrating workloads to the cloud for a while, but if you’re like a lot of organizations, you still have a lot of work remaining to move data to the cloud. In this session, we’ll discuss the characteristics of Kubernetes that make it an ideal technology for running databases in the cloud, including:

– Commodity APIs for computing, network and storage
– Separate control and data planes
– Observability as a first-class citizen
– Secure by default
– Declarative over imperative

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Protect your data: Hypervise your containers!

Michel Schildmeijer
Lead Technologist
Qualogy
@MNEMONIC01

The session will cover all the topics on how to use and integrate alternative tools in your cloud and container-native platform. Kata containers provide the workload isolation and security advantages of virtual machines, while maintaining speed of deployment and usability of containers. Using kata containers instead of the namespace, small virtual machines are created on the kernel and can be strongly isolated. The technology of Kata Containers is based on the KVM hypervisor, which is why the level of isolation is equivalent to typical hypervisors.

In this session, we will focus on a live production phase when choosing Kata instead of Docker, and why they are preferable. Although containers provide software-level isolation of resources, the kernel needs to be shared.

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Integrating Backup Into Your GitOps CI/CD Pipeline

Speaker: Michael Cade
Senior Technologist
Cloud Native Product Strategy & DevRel
@MichaelCade1

The ability to deploy code and version code has been a de facto requirement and a reason we have CI/CD pipelines for our application development, but with Kubernetes in particular we are seeing a closer tie between code and data. In particular, code being deployed can affect and change your data, for that reason, we need to consider protecting that data as part of our Continuous Development pipelines. In this session, we will focus on how we can incorporate backup actions into your pipeline to ensure that any code changes are secure. We will start by creating a restore point be it a snapshot or an export to another external repository. We will then as part of a demo incorporate a failure scenario into the environment pipeline to simulate how a configmap can manipulate data to cause data loss. Then we need a way to bring the data back!

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Designing Application Migration Solutions Between Different Clouds

Bhavin Shah
Technical Marketing Manager

Ryan Wallner
Technical Marketing Manager
Pure Storage
@bhavin04890
@KubernetesBytes

Kubernetes offers a consistent platform for running your applications across different infrastructure and cloud solutions. But, not many organizations have succeeded in building a hybrid or multi-cloud solution that enables the deployment and migration of applications across different public or private cloud platforms.

Join us for this session to learn more about architecting a consistent Kubernetes and storage platform for your applications, and watch us demonstrate application and data portability across different clouds.

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Architecting Disaster Recovery Solutions for Kubernetes Clusters

Speakers: Bhavin Shah,
Technical Marketing Manager

Ryan Wallner,
Technical Marketing Manager,
Pure Storage
@bhavin04890
@KubernetesBytes
@PureStorage

As an architect, you modernized your applications and infrastructure using containers and Kubernetes. But, that was just Day 0. How do you ensure application uptime and compliance with service level agreements? How do you prepare for disasters or outages? How long does it take you to recover your applications and return to normalcy? These are important questions that you need to find answers to when it comes to Day 2 operations for Kubernetes.

Join us for this session to learn about what it means to architect a Synchronous and Asynchronous Disaster Recovery solution for your Kubernetes clusters, and see a demo of it in action.

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Stateful and Stateless for Kubernetes

Michael Levan
Researcher | Engineer | Consultant
https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaellevan/

There’s a debate about whether containers should be used for stateless or stateful apps. Most would say they’re best for stateless apps.

But what about if you have a stateful app? How can you ensure data is saved if containers are ephemeral?

In this session, Michael Levan will explore data management for both stateful and stateless apps, and how to ensure data is saved.

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Apache Spark on Kubernetes: Best Practices & Performance Tuning

Jean-Yves Stephan
Product Manager
Ocean for Spark,
NetApp
@JyStephan

Officially GA and production-ready, Spark-on-Kubernetes is the new standard deployment mode for Apache Spark applications (instead of Hadoop YARN and other cluster-managers). As the new kid on the block, there’s a lot to learn about Spark and Kubernetes to realize all of its benefits. In this session, we’ll show you concrete technical tips and examples that you can leverage to be successful with Spark-on-Kubernetes, including:

* Cluster autoscaling and Spark dynamic-allocation
* Leveraging spot/preemptible nodes with Spark
* Performance Optimizations (shuffle, S3, Disks and so on)
* Monitoring best practices
* Recent improvements and future works

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Securing your Stateful workloads with encryption, audit, authentication, authorization and ownership

Bhavin Shah
Technical Marketing Manager
Pure Storage
@bhavin04890

Ryan Wallner
Technical Marketing Manager
Pure Storage
@KubernetesBytes

Security is essential in the enterprise, as it is for microservices-based applications running on your Kubernetes infrastructure.

Kubernetes provides RBAC authorization, which is great for regulating access to Kubernetes-specific objects such as services, namespaces, quotas and more; however, namespaces and pod security policies alone are not enough to restrict who can request changes to the underlying data management system.

Join us for this session to learn more about how you can build a Kubernetes platform that supports encryption at the volume, namespace or cluster level. We will also discuss resource ownership, authentication and authorization, and audit when it comes to the underlying data management system.

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Understanding Kubernetes Design, Performance and Benchmarking

Dean Lewis
Cloud Solutions Architect
VMware
@saintdle

Kubernetes brings a new platform to your data center or cloud, and with it, a unique set of characteristics and challenges. In this session, we will dive into the thought processes and thinking needed when deploying Kubernetes into a virtual environment and discuss the open-source tooling available to benchmark and baseline your environments, with the goal of setting you up for future success.

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What's New in Kubernetes CSI

Xing Yang
Tech Lead
VMware

Container Storage Interface (CSI) defines an industry standard that enables storage vendors to develop a plugin once and have it work across a number of container orchestration systems. The Kubernetes implementation of CSI has been GA since the 1.13 release. More and more storage vendors have developed drivers that conform to the CSI standard. In this session, Xing will provide an update of Kubernetes CSI and talk about what SIG Storage is working on in the upcoming release.

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Container Object Storage Interface: Bringing Object Storage to Kubernetes

Sidhartha Mani
Software Engineer
MinIO
@utter_babbage

Kubernetes Container Object Storage Interface (COSI) is on the brink of graduating to alpha status. Currently under active development to become alpha by v1.24. The project is backed by Google, Red Hat, MinIO, Scality, IBM and many others.

COSI aims to bring native support for provisioning object storage to containerized workloads running in Kubernetes. This comes with the promise of portability across infrastructure providers to prevent vendor lock-in while still having an easy user experience to create buckets and manage their lifecycle.

As COSI becomes mainstream in the Kubernetes community, we take this opportunity to present the underlying architecture of COSI, along with the benefits it will bring to storage vendors and application developers. The talk will conclude with a demonstration of the COSI workflow.

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NetApp: How I monitor k8s clusters like a service provider?

Kyle Kunz
Cloud Solutions Architect
NetApp
@kylek_w_netapp

Applications teams always want the biggest and fastest, leaving the infrastructure teams fighting to stay afloat. See how we implemented the service provider model to manage and report on Kubernetes resources, with to-the-minute infrastructure level performance and utilization in the context of individual applications.

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Managed Kubernetes for Labs and Learning

Anthony Spiteri
Senior Global Technologist
Veeam Software
@anthonyspiteri

Blog: https://anthonyspiteri.net
Platform9:
https://platform9.com
CIVO:
https://civo.com
Kasten Lab:
https://kasten.io/try-kasten-k10

For those new to Kubernetes, there is no doubt the learning curve can be steep. However, there are ways to dip your toes into the water before learning how to swim. In this session I’ll take attendees through examples of Managed Kubernetes Platforms that offer ways to kickstart the Kubernetes journey, by enabling users to deploy Kubernetes clusters in labs (also for free) with relative ease, allowing get to the meat and gravy (applications) faster!

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