Tuesday, May 21 • 11:05 - 12:30
Tutorial: Back to Basics: Hands-On Deployment of Stateful Workloads on Kubernetes - David Zhu, Google & Jan Šafránek, Red Hat (Limited Availability; First-Come, First-Served Basis)

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Ever wonder how to use a “volumeClaimTemplate”? Why you would choose a StatefulSet over a Deployment or vice versa?

Complicated stateful applications are normally deployed via operators; however, it is critical to have a firm grasp on the Kubernetes primitives to understand, fine-tune, and debug your applications.

In this tutorial you will learn about core Kubernetes storage and workloads concepts and how to use them to deploy stateful applications. You will get hands-on experience deploying both Cassandra and a test application on a Kubernetes cluster and learn how to debug some common errors in the process.

You will develop mental models to understand the workings of StatefulSets along with how to compare them with other Kubernetes workload models such as Deployments and DaemonSets to determine the right workload for your purposes.

Basic UNIX command line experience

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David Zhu

Software Engineer, Google
David is a Software Engineer for Google Cloud. He has been working on the Kubernetes project for over a year. He is the owner and main contributor of the GCP Compute Persistent Disk CSI Driver, as well as an active contributor to the CSI Spec, Kubernetes CSI external components, and... Read More →
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Jan Šafránek

Software Engineer, Red Hat
Jan is Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat working on storage aspects of Kubernetes. He started developing Kubernetes more than 4 years ago and is one of founding members of SIG-Storage. He’s the author of PersistentVolume controller, dynamic provisioning and StorageClass API... Read More →

Tuesday May 21, 2019 11:05 - 12:30
Hall 8.0 F5