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17 May 2022
Valencia, Spain
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Kubernetes in Production on the Edge [clear filter]
Tuesday, May 17
 

10:25 CEST

Introduction to Media Streaming Mesh - Giles Heron, Cisco
Media Streaming Mesh is a new concept for enabling real-time media applications in Kubernetes.  These applications are usually based on RTP rather than TCP and hence are incompatible with web-proxy based service meshes.  In addition they often use out of band TCP control channels (e.g. RTSP, SIP etc.) to negotiate UDP port numbers, and this is incompatible with the kube-proxy ClusterIP NAT. There is, however, a desire from the developers of these platforms to move away from monolithic applications towards the micro-services architecture, and to be able to leverage a cloud-native infrastructure providing load balancing, encryption and observability. Media Streaming Mesh enables this.

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Giles Heron

Distinguished Engineer, Cisco
Shannon McFarland is a Distinguished Engineer at Cisco and is focused on Cloud Native technology innovation (K8s, service mesh, Cloud Native networking) and private/public cloud deployment. He has authored many Cisco Validated Design guides, and a Cisco Press author (Enterprise IPv6... Read More →



Tuesday May 17, 2022 10:25 - 10:55 CEST
Pavilion 4, Room C | Level 2 | Central Forum

11:35 CEST

Lightning Talk: Connecting Klusters on the Edge with Deep Dive into Cilium Cluster Mesh - Raymond de Jong, Isovalent
Edge computing can require connecting hundreds of clusters across disparate locations and infrastructures. Without a networking solution to manage this scale and complexity, you will just have a bunch of computers talking to themselves rather than each other and your customers. Cilium is the next generation, eBPF powered open-source Cloud Native Networking solution, providing security, observability, scalability, and superior performance. Cilium has joined the CNCF as incubating project. In this session, you’ll learn how you can leverage Cilium Cluster Mesh for providing connectivity for load-balancing, observability, and security between nodes across multiple clusters, enabling simple, high-performance cross-cluster connectivity at the edge. We’ll explore how Cluster Mesh allows endpoints in connected clusters to communicate while providing full security policy enforcement. The audience will walk away with an appreciation for how eBPF can help solve their networking challenges at the edge.

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Raymond de Jong

Senior Solutions Architect, Isovalent
Raymond de Jong is a Senior Solutions Architect at Isovalent, the originators of the Cilium project, providing networking, observability, and security for cloud-native applications using eBPF. In this role, he is supporting and enabling customers to be successful with Cilium in their... Read More →



Tuesday May 17, 2022 11:35 - 11:45 CEST
Pavilion 4, Room C | Level 2 | Central Forum

12:05 CEST

Lightning Talk: The Adaptive Edge: Balancing Cost Efficiency, Usability, and Performance Tradeoffs - Tom McCollough, Section
The network edge presents new challenges in optimizing application deployments, as the deeper an application is pushed into the Internet, the greater the associated costs to run those workloads. This talk will cover a set of optimization considerations and strategies that allow workloads to be as close to users as possible, bounded by a business value construct. At the same time, we will discuss the importance of maintaining simplicity in the usability of the system, so that developers can specify how deeply they want their application to run without overallocation of resources. Using CNCF core technologies, including Kubernetes and Prometheus as a base, this talk establishes a framework for evaluating projects within the CNCF landscape and their suitability for edge use cases. We will examine Kubernetes Federation techniques, Multi-cluster orchestrator systems, and Traffic Direction and Service Discovery strategies against a selection criteria to assist architects in making “good-fit” decisions.

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Tom McCollough

Senior Product Manager, Section
Tom McCollough is Senior Product Manager at Section where he guides product strategy and development for Section's Edge as a Service technologies. Having started his career as a software engineer, Tom has gone on to lead software architecture, engineering practice, user experience... Read More →



Tuesday May 17, 2022 12:05 - 12:15 CEST
Pavilion 4, Room C | Level 2 | Central Forum

14:45 CEST

Edge Kubernetes and Healthcare: A Next-Gen Architecture that Scales Across Thousands of Locations - Benjamin Beeman, GE Healthcare & Jeremy Oakey, Spectro Cloud
Edge computing and K8s have the potential to transform every industry, by bringing apps, data and outcomes closer to end-users, but it can be a significant paradigm shift for most enterprises when it comes to operationalization. For the healthcare industry, requirements such as security, availability and performance across thousands of locations are demanding for a new type of architecture and efficient tooling. Join this talk, if you're interested in learning about the requirements and gotchas of running and delivering K8s applications across thousands of edge locations, with 0 tolerance for mistakes. GE Healthcare's Senior Staff Software Architect, Ben Beeman and Spectro Cloud’s CTO, Saad Malik will discuss the lessons and how we need a next generation of edge architecture for the cloud native world. Beyond the theory, we will demo live the open source building blocks of managing the complete lifecycle at the edge, such as Cluster API, Libvirt, Docker and others.

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Jeremy Oakey

VP of Field Engineering, Spectro Cloud
Jeremy Oakey is the VP of Sales Engineering for Spectro Cloud. Jeremy was formerly an executive at Cisco, leading cloud product management and technical marketing for a portfolio of products and was brought to Cisco through the acquisition of CliQr where he was the VP of Strategic... Read More →
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Benjamin Beeman

Senior Staff Software Architect, GE Healthcare
Benjamin Beeman is a Senior Software Engineer with a broad experience on development languages and open source frameworks and tools. His skillset in programming languages spans from C#, C++, Java, Object Oriented Design, JavaScript, Python, OpenCL, OpenGL, MAndroid Development, HTML... Read More →


Tuesday May 17, 2022 14:45 - 15:15 CEST
Pavilion 4, Room C | Level 2 | Central Forum

15:35 CEST

Managing WebAssembly apps with Kubernetes
Developers can leverage container tools such as Kubernetes, Docker and CRI-O to deploy, manage, and run lightweight WebAssembly applications. In this talk, there will be a demonstration of how Kubernetes ecosystem tools work with WasmEdge WebAssembly applications. Compared with Linux containers, WebAssembly could be 100x faster at startup, have a much smaller memory and disk footprint, and have a better-defined safety sandbox. However, the trade-off is that WebAssembly requires its own language SDKs, and compiler toolchains, making it a more constrained developer environment than Linux containers. WebAssembly is increasingly used in Edge Computing scenarios where it is difficult to deploy Linux containers or when the application performance is vital. One of the great advantages of Linux application containers is the rich ecosystem of tools. The good news is that you can use the exact same tools to manage WebAssembly applications, enabling Linux containers and WebAssembly apps to run side-by-side in the same system.

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Shivay Lamba

Software Engineer & Developer Advocate
Shivay Lamba is a software developer specializing in DevOps, Machine Learning and Full Stack Development. He is an Open Source Enthusiast and has been part of various programs like Google Code In and Google Summer of Code as a Mentor. He is actively involved in community work as well... Read More →


Tuesday May 17, 2022 15:35 - 16:05 CEST
Pavilion 4, Room C | Level 2 | Central Forum
 
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