Kubelet provides nodes to a Kubernetes system so the Scheduler can bind pods on them. What if we don't want to manage nodes? How can we use other APIs to provide compute resources to a Kubernetes system?
18:45 What is a Kubernetes Node?
19:20 How we can run containers without nodes?
19:55 Going 100% nodeless kubernetes in AWS
20:40 Networking with snacks and drinks thanks to Marfeel!
> Introduction to the Cloud Native community and Marfeel!
- What is a Kubernetes Node?
> Deep dive into what defines a Kubernetes node, what is a container runtime and how Kubernetes interacts with them to orchestrate containers. As usual, driven by live demos.
- How we can run pods without nodes?
> Introduction to managed container services, how to use them with Kubernetes and what providers are available. Live demo using the Azure Kubernetes Engine.
- Going 100% nodeless kubernetes in AWS
> How to run an AWS EKS cluster without a single EC2 instance.
- Nacho Alonso
> SRE at CAPSiDE, contributor at Kubernetes and co-organizer at Cloud Native Barcelona
- Rael Garcia
> SRE at Red Hat, contributor at Kubernetes and organizer at Cloud Native Barcelona gh@raelga
- Roi Vázquez
> SRE at Red Hat and contributor at Kubernetes gh@roivaz
We will try to provide a URL for the streaming once the event starts.
More information at https://rael.io/talk/cnbcn-nodeless-k8s/