Common Kubernetes Challenges Solved

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Thursday, June 9, 2022
1 p.m. ET

Kubernetes is hard, and it can be easy for imposter syndrome to show up when trying to figure out how all the different pieces fit together and interact. This happens over and over again at organizations at all stages of maturity. This talk covers common patterns and mistakes from the perspective of a Kubernetes certified service provider that helps other companies get up-to-speed and succeed with using Kubernetes. Topics include:

  • How to think about deploying to Kubernetes
  • How to keep everything organized and deploy to Kubernetes at scale
  • Security: Vulnerabilities never stop--how to keep an eye on these and resolve these issues
  • Keeping Kubernetes current
  • Deprecated APIs, out-of-date Helm charts and more
  • Scalability: How to deploy resources to a cluster in a scalable way while thinking about security, efficiency and reliability
RACHEL SWEENEY
Insights Enablement Engineer, Fairwinds
Rachel is an insights enablement engineer at Fairwinds. Her work consists of helping clients manage their Kubernetes clusters so they can spend more time focusing on delivering value to their customers. She also works with her team to identify common problems in Kubernetes to drive software development for Fairwinds.
GRACE GUDE
Site Reliability Engineer, Fairwinds
Grace Gude is an SRE at Fairwinds, where she enjoys liaising with clients and uncovering solutions to improve their infrastructure. Previous to Fairwinds, she helped develop databases and website architecture while leading the agile process for remax.com. She is interested in automation, data visualization, and uplifting women in technology.

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