OpenShift Commons Briefing #91: CRI-O Kubernetes Runtime Deep Dive with Mrunal Patel and Dan Walsh (Red Hat)
August 18, 2017 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
In this OpenShift Commons Briefing, Red Hat’s Dan Walsh and Mrunal Patel provide a deep dive into the Open Container Initiative-based implementation of Kubernetes Container Runtime Interface, otherwise known as CRI-O. Mrunal and Dan discuss implications of this initiative and what to expect in future releases. CRI-O provides an integration path between OCI conformant runtimes and the kubelet. Specifically, it implements the Kubelet Container Runtime Interface (CRI) using OCI conformant runtimes. The two also discussed how to deploy CRI-O on OpenShift and there was a rather extensive Live Q/A session at the end of the recording that is well worth a listen.
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