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Thursday, May 23 • 14:00 - 14:35
Deep Dive: Kubernetes (UI) SIG - Jeffrey Sica, University of Michigan & Sebastian Floreks, Loodse

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The Kubernetes Dashboard is the primary way non-cloud-hosted Kubernetes clusters are managed and is a great introductory tool in a new cluster-admin's belt. The Dashboard, much like Kubernetes itself, is a complex beast with many moving parts. With a front-end written in Angular, and a back-end written in go, the project has a complex set of needs to support development. This session will dive into both the front-end and back-end development with the Dashboard as well as outline progress with the 2019 SIG-UI Roadmap.

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Jeff Sica

Principal Developer Experience Engineer, CNCF
When not poking holes at test plans, he can usually be found working on upstream Kubernetes in various sub-projects or posting an unhealthy amount of GIFs on Twitter. He is a Goose Enthusiast and enjoys referring to himself as a Michigander (though has relocated to Minnesota)
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Sebastian Florek

Software Engineer, Kubermatic
Sebastian is a Senior Fullstack Engineer at Kubermatic. He is working on the Kubernetes Dashboard project since the beginning where he became one of the key contributors and a SIG-UI co-leader.

Thursday May 23, 2019 14:00 - 14:35 CEST
Hall 8.0 E1