CoreOS Fest

  • Bringing AWS Application Load Balancer Support to Kubernetes with Ticketmaster35:11

    Bringing AWS Application Load Balancer Support to Kubernetes with Ticketmaster

    CoreOS Fest 2017 Brandon Chavis, Josh Rosso and Kraig Amador

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  • CoreOS Fest Day 2: CoreOS CTO Brandon Philips, Google SRE Chris Jones, astronomer Lucianne Walkowicz1:30:14

    CoreOS Fest Day 2: CoreOS CTO Brandon Philips, Google SRE Chris Jones, astronomer Lucianne Walkowicz

    Brandon Brandon Philips, CTO at CoreOS, kicks off day 2 of CoreOS Fest. Chris Jones Chris Jones, author of Site Reliability Engineering and SRE at Google, will take us through the past, present, and

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  • CoreOS Fest Day 1: CoreOS CEO Alex Polvi, customer panel, & John Wilkes on Kubernetes1:35:02

    CoreOS Fest Day 1: CoreOS CEO Alex Polvi, customer panel, & John Wilkes on Kubernetes

    Alex Polvi, CEO at CoreOS will kickoff the show. Don’t miss the headline keynote! Customer panel CoreOS customers Nike, Starbucks, Concur, and Ticketmaster chat with Alex Polvi on how they’re using T

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  • The Future is Kubernetes42:01

    The Future is Kubernetes

    The Future is Kubernetes brings together entrepreneurs using Kubernetes as a base for their startups. This panel will showcase founders who have built or are building their companies using Kubernetes

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  • Laissez le bon TUF rouler31:34

    Laissez le bon TUF rouler

    Let the TUF times roll! How do we securely distribute updates from a container package repository to hosts running containers? This talk will give an overview of several trust solutions, and how th

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  • State of State in Containers42:33

    State of State in Containers

    Application container technologies like Docker and Kubernetes have revolutionized the way in which developers can deploy and manage stateless applications. Containers are quick to launch and make effi

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  • Using Kubernetes in Hostile Networks27:03

    Using Kubernetes in Hostile Networks

    We (Dark3, Inc. DBA Dark Cubed - https://darkcubed.com) pride ourselves in being a different type of cyber security company that is cheaper, easier to deploy, and faster to innovate. One of the ways w

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  • Using the Config Transpiler24:44

    Using the Config Transpiler

    CoreOS Fest 2017 Derek Gonyeo

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  • Towards a standard Containerized App Registry27:49

    Towards a standard Containerized App Registry

    The number and complexity of applications regularly deployed to production Kubernetes environments is increasing, making managing collections of container images as important as managing individual co

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  • Linux to Kubernetes: Security in a two-distribution world40:31

    Linux to Kubernetes: Security in a two-distribution world

    Before Cloud Native we worked in a world with a Linux Distribution, and a package manager. After Cloud Native, we work in a world with two distributions: Linux + Kubernetes. It looks like every major

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  • Contain Yourself: Incremental Adoption of Modernization47:25

    Contain Yourself: Incremental Adoption of Modernization

    In this talk we will show how an incremental approach to introducing containers into complex, distributed applications results in modernization with less risk and more reward. We’ll share our story of

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  • Best Practices for (Go) gRPC Services45:03

    Best Practices for (Go) gRPC Services

    It's easy to get a simple service up and running with gRPC, but there are many items often overlooked that can lead to problems down the road. This session will cover a variety of lessons learned whil

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  • End to end monitoring with the Prometheus Operator30:03

    End to end monitoring with the Prometheus Operator

    Kubernetes is a powerful system to build and operate a modern cloud-native infrastructure. Monitoring with Prometheus ensures that Kubernetes stays healthy. Prometheus is a stateful application so ope

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  • CoreOS Container Linux on the Desktop!37:00

    CoreOS Container Linux on the Desktop!

    Live demo of Container Linux on the Desktop! How to run apps like Spotify and Chrome as well as basic workflow when your entire desktop is containerized. This will also go over the benefits gained fro

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  • OpenID Connect all the Things - Paul Querna, ScaleFT40:21

    OpenID Connect all the Things - Paul Querna, ScaleFT

    Enterprise Identity has traditionally been complicated and inaccessible to developers, stuck in an archaic back office system. As security best practices shift away from the network to the user, a new

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  • High-Availability Databases with etcd - Tess Rinearson, Chain39:44

    High-Availability Databases with etcd - Tess Rinearson, Chain

    Chain’s enterprise blockchain networks rely on etcd an Postgres for storage. We use Postgres to store blockchain data, and rely on Postgres’s replication features to ensure that clients can always acc

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  • Provisioning a multi-cloud platform at Adobe - Frans Van Rooyen, Adobe41:21

    Provisioning a multi-cloud platform at Adobe - Frans Van Rooyen, Adobe

    Public, private and hybrid clouds present the problem of dealing with snowflake type Infrastructure. Enter platform and containerization; the concpt and tools that abstract the clouds into a more frie

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  • Wait, my init does what? - Euan Kemp, CoreOS37:27

    Wait, my init does what? - Euan Kemp, CoreOS

    A humorous talk about things systemd does, can do, and has done. Examples include downloading and running a docker image from a v1 registry using an older systemd, the QR code printer systemd has, bui

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  • Event sourcing systems with etcd - Alan Shreve, ngrok38:26

    Event sourcing systems with etcd - Alan Shreve, ngrok

    Event-sourcing systems are an attractive model for distributed systems. Implementing them properly, with HA, failover, and backups can be difficult. We'll take a look at how ngrok successfully leverag

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  • Writing a custom controller: Extending the functionality of your cluster36:46

    Writing a custom controller: Extending the functionality of your cluster

    Much of the functionality in a Kubernetes cluster is managed by a reconciliation pattern within "controllers". The node, service, or deployment controllers (just to name a few) watch for changes to ob

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