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Key concepts for stateful services, and custom high availability, in Kubernetes!

Come join us for the first Boston Kubernetes meetup!  Stop by the Microsoft NERD Center for some beer, pizza and K8s.  

To kick off our first meetup, we have Ryan Wallner from ClusterHQ and Mike Splain from Barkly.  

Agenda

6:30-6:45  Meet and greet (Pizza and Beer)
6:45-7:30  Ryan Wallner, Key Concepts for Stateful Services in Kubernetes
7:30-8:00  Mike Splain, Custom High Availability with AWS in Kubernetes

Bio

Ryan Wallner is a Technical Evangelist for ClusterHQ. He is focused on the developer community, integration and tooling around containers and persistence.

Twitter: @ryanwallner

Mike Splain is a Lead DevOps engineer at Barkly.  He focuses on building highly available systems that are both resilient and require little human intervention.

Twitter: @mikesplain

Key concepts for stateful services in Kubernetes

Managing and deploying stateful microservices compared to stateless ones comes with a different set of concerns and concepts. In this talk we will explore what key concepts there are when deploying stateful microservices and what options within Kubernetes you have to do so. There will also be a demo of using Flocker and Volume Hub to manage persistence for pods deployed in Kubernetes.

Custom High Availability with AWS in Kubernetes

Although the ways of deploying Kubernetes is constantly evolving, there are a few opinionated ways to deploy the different components.  This presentation will walk through how we deploy K8s using CoreOS, Docker containers, Cloud-init, Terraform and Autoscaling groups.  We will discuss why certain technical decisions were made, good and bad.

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