Today, we have a whole host of amazing coffee makers that can take a pod of coffee, brew it, deploy it into your cup, add the milk and sweetener, and deliver it just how you like it. In the same way, Kubernetes Operators are taking the complexity out of producing, deploying, and operating applications. One particular example of where Operators are making a big impact is Storage. Storage features in Kubernetes are evolving to solving more complex problems such as data replication and support for object storage. Come and see how the Rook project is extending these storage capabilities to deliver your applications—just like your favorite cup of coffee.
Azhar Sayeed with Heather Kirksey (Linux Foundation) and Fu Qiao (China Mobile)
It’s no secret that Kubernetes has gained significant traction in the cloud and enterprise software ecosystem, but less widely known is how this momentum is now moving into global telco networks as the next major area of adoption. Building on the momentum from a live keynote demo In Amsterdam last fall (see the demo here), a team made up of volunteers from several project communities, companies, and network operators has taken a cloud native approach to developing an E2E 5G network demonstration built on open source infrastructure. The demo will use a live prototype running in labs around the world using k8s and other open source technologies to deliver a fully containerized 5G-network on stage in San Diego. The demo will showcase both how the telecom industry is using cloud native software to build out their next gen networks, and also show solution providers what’s possible in this exciting new space.
Of course, we're also hosting the OpenShift Commons Gathering, this time, on a boat! Come learn about Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift and how open source software can be put to work.
If you haven't already heard about Argo CD, you're missing out on the simplest way to enforce git-based truth upon cluster-based chaos. Argo CD effectively pushes a targeted git repository into your ...