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What, why and when of Kubernetes Giorgi Keratishvili

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Lead System Engineer At EPAM •CDF ambassador •AWS Tbilisi user group Organizer •DevOps Georgia Organizer

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Agenda • Introduction of container and brief history (Jails & FreeBSD) • Borg by Google • Raise of Kubernetes and great war of container orchestrators • What solutions exists of kubernetes and difference of them • What role Linux Foundation plays • CNCF and its landscape

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Introduction of containers and brief history • FreeBSD & Jails • Dev Prod is same container image • Ability to resolve dependency hell • Microservices

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Back old times when tigers used to smoke

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Raise of kubenetes and great war of container orchestrators • Borg • Kubernets • Docker Swarm • Apache mesos

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One orchestrator to rule them all

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It will not resolve all your technical debt

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Cloud Vendors And their solutions There are still plenty of on-premise companies which needs to move to cloud • AWS • GCP • Azure

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Kubernetes is hard

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Greatness lies in simplicity

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Running Stateful apps

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Unlocking the value of shared technology Innovation comes from everywhere. We help companies and developers identify and contribute to the projects that matter. Working together, the Open Source Community is addressing the challenges of industry and technology for the benefit of society. Code is power. Community is strength. We are one.

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The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) hosts critical components of the global technology infrastructure. CNCF brings together the world’s top developers, end users, and vendors and runs the largest open source developer conferences. CNCF is part of the nonprofit Linux Foundation.

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Kubernetes Examination KCNA/CKA/CKAD/CKS

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Which is better for you

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Kubernetes lab enviroment • Bootstraping cluster using VM’s • Minikube and Kind • Using public cloud services VM or managed solutions •

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After exam in 48 hours you will receive notification if passed, digital badge.

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Kubecon Event

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Thank you