Create multi-stage, multi-arch Go container images for your heterogeneous Kubernetes clusters

Create multi-stage, multi-arch Go container images for your heterogeneous Kubernetes clusters

In this talk, Peter will talk about how Docker was extended from x86 Linux to the ARM platforms for your Go applications. They will cover the work and architecture that makes it possible to run Golang with Docker on different CPU architectures. Peter will also demo some of the new features of the current Docker CE engine to manage Kubernetes Clusters with both x86 and Raspberry PI Linux nodes.

Building multi-arch container images with Docker is a very special build process.


How you can use your locale developer environment to build images for a hybride Kubernetes Cluster?

- What it means for a Docker image to be build multi-arch?
- How are multi-arch images push to a registry and maintained?
- How does Docker correctly deploy and schedule go applications on heterogeneous Kubernetes or Docker swarm cluster?
-How you can run and tests those hybride go applications?

* https://www.godays.io/program

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Peter Rossbach

January 31, 2019
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