Containers and OpenStack

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In this Containers #101 meetup Robert will provide an overview of container technology and how it relates to OpenStack. Alex will provide an engineer's perspective on integration with Docker Registry API. Join us for an evening of free food, drinks, and great conversation!

Venue Info:

Apcera 140 New Montgomery Street, Suite 1500, San Francisco, CA 94105
Two Apcerians will be downstairs outside to greet you and let you up the elevators
There are a few parking garages nearby (https://www.google.com/#q=public+parking+garages+near+me&rflfq=1&rlha=0&rllag=[masked],[masked],162&tbm=lcl&tbs=lf:1,lf_ui:3), generally no street parking and no bike storage.

Agenda

5:30pm - 6:00pm Networking, food, and drinks

6:00pm - 6:45pm An overview of container technology & how it relates to OpenStack

6:45pm - 7:30pm Docker Images without Docker

Presenters

Speaker: Robert Starmer (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rstarmer), Founder & CTO, Kumulus Technologies

Outline:
Part 1- Containers for Devs
Containers - a brief history
Why not just use VMs
Developers and Operations
Developers and Containers
The need for Ops

Part 2- Herding Cattle - Container Managment
Container Management
Management Functions

Part 3- OpenStack and Containers
Running Containers on OpenStack
Container Management
Per Tenant Management
Scheduling
OpenStack Projects - Magnum, Murano, HEAT
New OpenStack Project - Kuryr, Higgins

Part 4 - Managing OpenStack with Containers
OpenStack as a Containerized, Distributed App
OpenStack or Kubernetes... or OpenStack?
The OpenStack Kolla Project

Part 5 - Review/ Questions

Speaker: Alex Toombs (https://www.linkedin.com/in/alexmtoombs), Software Engineer, Apcera

Title: Docker Images without Docker

Docker is popular not only for its runtime, but also for its image format. Many organizations support Docker images, but don't run Docker, instead relying upon other container technologies. As a result, Apcera implements a Docker Registry API-compatible client to support Docker image pull. And, we have to maintain compatibility not only with the Docker Hub, but also Quay, Docker private registries, and other supported image registries. This talk will delve into the structure of Docker's image format and registry API, as well as enumerate some of the challenges engineers and developers face to support Docker image pull.