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Kubernetes - do or do not, there is no try

How do you get started with Kubernetes? James explored how to adopt and scale Kubernetes on AWS.

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Kubernetes - do or do not, there is no try

  1. 1. Kubernetes: Do Or Do Not, There Is No Try James Strong - Cloud Native Director Dec 3, 2020, 5:45 PM - 6:45 PM
  2. 2. strongjz @strongjz James Strong Cloud Native Director - Contino AWS APN Ambassador A Cloud Guru Instructor Kentucky CNCF Meetup Organizer Certified Kubernetes Administrator
  3. 3. 01 | Introduction 02 | Why Kubernetes? 03 | Adopting Containers 04 | Adopting Kubernetes 05 | Case Study Agenda 5
  4. 4. ● What problem are you solving? ● How variant is your traffic? ● Is your team familiar with containerized applications? ● Do you have a good release process? ● Do you want to separate the management of the infrastructure from the applications? ● Do you frequently have too much or not enough compute power for your applications and deployment processes? Why Kubernetes?
  5. 5. Adopting Containers ● Make it easy! ● Set up a base container with common tools/technologies ● Enable local development
  6. 6. Adopting Containers ● Private Registries ● Secure Containers ● Office Hours ● Automate, automate, automate.
  7. 7. Adopting Kubernetes ● Working Group ● Enable Local Development (kind, minikube) ● Create a reference application and good docs ● Workshops
  8. 8. Enable Local Development
  9. 9. Scaling Kubernetes ● Logging ● Monitoring ● Metrics ● Security ● Cluster Provisioning
  10. 10. Create A Team ● Existing Teams using container tech ● Upskill other teams ● Hiring new team members
  11. 11. Join the Community ● CNCF Slack ● Kubernetes SIG ● Meetups ● CNCF Membership
  12. 12. Divider SlideKey Takeaways
  13. 13. Takeaways ● Build internal Knowledge ● Scale Appropriately ● Enterprise Operating Model ● Automation ● Automation ● Automation
  14. 14. Divider SlideAWS Containers Services
  15. 15. Amazon Elastic Container Registry
  16. 16. Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service
  17. 17. AWS App Mesh
  18. 18. Amazon Elastic Container Service
  19. 19. AWS Proton
  20. 20. ● https://contino.github.io/intro-k8/ ● https://acloud.guru/learn/advanced-networking-with-kubernetes-for-aws ● https://github.com/contino/kubernetes-best-practices ● https://github.com/contino/kubernetes-command-cheat-sheet ● https://katacoda.com/contino/courses/kubernetes ● https://www.contino.io/insights/what-is-cloud-native-architecture-and-why-is-it-so-important ● https://www.contino.io/insights/3-things-every-cto-should-know-about-kubernetes Contino Kubernetes Resources
  21. 21. Divider SlideQuestions?
  22. 22. Atlanta atlanta@contino.io Thank You contino.io continohq contino London london@contino.io New York newyork@contino.io Melbourne melbourne@contino.io Sydney sydney@contino.io

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