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Thursday, May 23 • 15:55 - 16:30
Latest Kubernetes Scalability Improvements - Shyam Jeedigunta, Amazon & Yassine Tijani, VMware

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As the kubernetes project evolved, it started to increasingly gain adoption by enterprise and large scale users. Kubernetes, with a series of performance and scalability improvements, had come to support high scale an various fronts. However, a more recent onset of large-cluster use-cases highlighted some newer scalability limitations when adopting the “one big cluster” pattern. The project has made impressive progress in the last few releases on those.

As scalability is a cross-cutting effort across different verticals, we would like to use this opportunity to walk you through the recent scalability/performance improvements made to kubernetes in different areas and introduce the new APIs and patterns that led to these. We will then discuss key elements that Kubernetes needs to address in order to improve adoption pace of its large-scale users.

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Shyam Jeedigunta

Software Engineer, Amazon
Shyam is a Software Engineer (formerly at Google) working on the kubernetes project since late 2016. His primary area of focus is performance and scalability of Kubernetes clusters and is a lead for SIG Scalability. He is among the top 20 contributors to the kubernetes project and... Read More →
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Yassine TIJANI

Member of Technical Staff, VMware
Yassine is a Member of Technical Staff at VMware. He's been working on kubernetes since 2017 as an active member on several SIGs and author of several design proposals. He’s also been operating Kubernetes clusters ranging from small to large sizes for years.

Thursday May 23, 2019 15:55 - 16:30
Hall 8.0 F5