Okay, you've made the move to containers and can now write Dockerfiles for everything. How do you manage all of those containers?. Have you found that you traded managing individual machines for managing individual containers?

Kubernetes, an Open Source container orchestration engine, can be your answer. We'll explore Kubernetes and see how you can use it to run massive collections of containers that fix their own problems and allow you to move your setup wherever you need to be.

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Rated 5

Daniel Craigie at 16:32 on 4 Nov 2017

Great talk with live demos proving concepts being discussed.

Rated 5

David McKay at 17:15 on 4 Nov 2017

Great introduction to Kubernetes and fantastic delivery

Rated 5

Scott Pringle at 14:20 on 5 Nov 2017

Great speaker and a great introduction to a topic I've found difficult in the past!

Rated 5

Richard Black at 14:43 on 5 Nov 2017

Great overview and introduction to Kubernetes.

Rated 5

Craig McCreath at 14:19 on 7 Nov 2017

Great delivery of a concept I'm not very familiar with, but now want to give a go!

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Denis Brumann at 16:32 on 7 Nov 2017

Great introduction into container orchestration using Kubernetes. It contained the perfect mix of terminology and foundational logic with practical samples showing those concepts in action.

I particularly liked that Terrence initially gauged the audiences level/interest to shift focus on practical examples rather than discussing basics.

I would really like a talk building on this one showing some of more advanced features only briefly mentioned, such as logging & monitoring or maybe running hybrid setups.

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Chris Shennan at 08:41 on 8 Nov 2017

Kubernetes is something we've been aware of but not delved into yet. This talk gave a good overview and with our expanding architecture is something that I know we will have to put in place before long.