Kubernetes 2nd Bithday Celebration – Bangalore

On 29th July’17, we celebrated Kubernetes 2nd Bithday in Bangalore.

On 29th July’17, we celebrated Kubernetes 2nd Bithday in Bangalore, in which
Bangalore Mesos & CNCF User Group,
Bangalore Kubernetes Meetup,
Kubernetes and Openshift participated. It was hosted at the Red Hat office and around 70 people attended it.

Following was the agenda of the meetup :-

  • Overview of different CNCF Projects – Neependra Khare, CloudYuga
  • Containerd – Unplugged, Saifi Khan, Strikr
  • Kubernetes heading the OpenStack way – Krishna, Huawei
  • Federated Control Plane in Kubernetes – Irfan, Huawei
  • Kubernetes Jobs – Kumar Gaurav, VMWare
  • Moving from Docker Compose to Kubernetes – Suraj Narwade, Red Hat

Other than the Kompose session, all the sessions were recorded. Though the quality of the video is not great this time.

Dhilip started the meetup by giving some introduction and then he shared the agenda. I was first to go and talked about different CNCF projects.

CNCF Projects Overview from Neependra Khare

After that Saifi gave a deep dive session on Containerd.

containerD from strikr .

Next was Krishna’s talk, in which he covered the current Kubernetes development and eco-system model with OpenStack. It was a very interesting talk. I hope, we as a community learn from the earlier mistakes and don’t repeat them again.

Kubernetes heading OpenStack way from krishna mk00

We took a small break after Krishna’s session and did the cake cutting. We requested all the Female participants to cut the cake.

After the break, Irfan talked about Kubernetes Cluster Federation. Being an upstream developer to project, he shared some great insights.

After the cluster federation talk, Kumar Gaurav talked about Kuberbetes Jobs and how it can be used to build serverless functions.

The last talk of the day was from Suraj Narwade about Kompose, which can help users to create Kubernetes resources using Docker Compose file.

After all the sessions we had lunch, sponsored by Red Hat. Thanks to all speakers, our host, and organizers of different meetup groups to make it happen.

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