OpenShift Commons Briefing: Deep Dive AIOps, Autoscaling and Scheduling on OpenShift with Jeremy Wei (Prophetstor)
September 24, 2018 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
In this briefing, Prophetstor's Jeremy Wei demonstrate using AIOps technologies to empower OpenShift scaler/scheduler to help ensure the operation of containers, and eliminate noisy neighbors by accurately predicting resource demand/ supply, performance and HW failure.
Jeremy demonstrates using Prophetstor's Federator on OpenShift to:
HW failure prediction (ex. If a Ceph OSD was coming to fail in the next 2 weeks, how Federator.ai predicted the disk failure for Rook and rendered an impact analysis on pods)
Available capacity prediction for Rook with Ceph
Node and pod performance prediction for OpenShift
Pod allocation planning for OpenShift (plan resources in according to the above predictive demands and supplies)
With 400+ member organizations participating, OpenShift Commons is the place where the community goes to collaborate and work together on OpenShift. OpenShift Commons is open to all community participants: users, operators, enterprises, startups, non-profits, educational institutions, partners, and service providers.
We’re also excited to announce that the upcoming OpenShift Commons Gathering will be taking place December 10, 2018 in Seattle, co-located once again with CNCF’s KubeCon & CloudNativeCon. The OpenShift Commons Gathering brings together experts from all over the world to discuss real-world implementations of container technologies, best practices for cloud native application developers and the upstream open source software projects that make up the OpenShift ecosystem.
Confirmed Keynotes and Speakers from Red Hat already include:
AMA Panel with OpenShift Product Managers and Engineering leads
Chris Wright on Emerging Technology and Innovation
Clayton Coleman & Mike Barrett on OpenShift 3.x: Features/Functions/Future
Diane Mueller on Cross-Community Collaboration with Upstream
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