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Thursday, June 1 • 4:10pm - 4:50pm
State of State in Containers - Ross Kukulinski and Luis Pabón, kukulinski.com and CoreOS

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Application container technologies like Docker and Kubernetes have revolutionized the way in which developers can deploy and manage stateless applications. Containers are quick to launch and make efficient use of underlying compute resources. Orchestration engines like Kubernetes simplify the deployment, lifecycle, and scalability of applications.

However, with all these known benefits of containers for stateless microservices, there is a common misconception that containers are poorly suited for stateful applications and databases. In this talk, we will review the history of persistent storage in Kubernetes, including current methods such as network storage and StatefulSets. Finally, we will see how emerging techniques, including CoreOS’s Operator paradigm as well as distributed storage engines like Rook.io are changing the state of state in containers.

Attendees will walk away understanding the current best practices for storing data in containers as well as knowing the situations where alternatives should be considered.

Speakers
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Ross Kukulinski

Engineer, Heptio
Ross Kukulinski works at Heptio where he focuses on growing the Kubernetes community as well as guiding businesses in their cloud-native journey. His technical background is in architecting and deploying scalable, containerized, real-time application infrastructure. Ross is a member of the Node.js... Read More →
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Luis Pabón

Software Engineer, CoreOS
Luis Pabón is a software engineer at CoreOS. Prior to joining CoreOS in November of 2016, he worked at Red Hat Storage, NetApp Advanced Technology Group, and at EMC on various storage products.


Thursday June 1, 2017 4:10pm - 4:50pm
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