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Kubernetes at immmr - CoreOS Fest 2016


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Presenting our journey towards production with Kubernetes and AWS

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Kubernetes at immmr - CoreOS Fest 2016

  1. 1. Kubernetes at immmr Our journey
  2. 2. About me 2 ▪ ops, infrastructure and security lead at immmr GmbH ▪ background in software architecture (SOA), building private cloud infrastructure, infrastructure as code ▪ strong interest in distributed systems ▪ father of two ▪ esports fan
  3. 3. Whether you are sitting at your computer at work. Or sitting in another country. Or even if your phone is off, immmr makes it so that your mobile world is always accessible. About immmr 3 Access your calls, messages, and contacts from any device. Even if it’s not your own. Desktop. Tablet. Home. Or away. Just login.
  4. 4. ▪ May 2015 in Silicon Valley ▪ initial idea to use it for Telco requirements of distributed (edge) container clusters ▪ focus on networking, alpha user of project calico <3 ▪ Kubernetes WS from Google Kubernetes first contact 4
  5. 5. ▪ joined project as ops lead ▪ ongoing project "microservice-based" ▪ microservices? Yes every service even has its own database, isn't that cool? ▪ Uh, and how do we scale? From development to production 5
  6. 6. ▪ almost, lets go down to 2 databases please --> CouchDB and Postgres ▪ Scaling for free (almost) ▪ service discovery via DNS ▪ many useful features: canary deployment, healing, secrets, configmaps Kubernetes to the rescue 6
  7. 7. ▪ client driven updates: resolved, deployments 4tw :) ▪ (external) load balancing on AWS - using terraform automated ELBs; ingress in the future ▪ persistence layer: currently to afraid to run our "normal" databases in cluster ▪ transforming configs from chef to kubernetes The gaps 7
  8. 8. ▪ auto-scaling ▪ namespaces: cluster-in-cluster ▪ dynamic storage allocation via EBS ▪ automated ELB setup or ingress The future 8
  9. 9. ▪ ▪ Twitter: @jannis_r Questions 9