One Kubernetes to rule them all
In 2015, Google open sourced the core of their internal container clustering system under the name Kubernetes. Teams that previously relied upon IaaS and PaaS to run their applications quickly adopted Kubernetes instead. Today, only a few years later, Kubernetes is key to many companies and runs applications with literally billions of users. Kubernetes has become the de facto standard for deploying and running cloud native applications. We’ll give an overview of what Kubernetes is today and share our experiences from using Kubernetes in an ecormmerce and an IoT application. The future of Kubernetes could not look better. The Kubernetes ecosystem is growing, allowing to provision professionally managed databases directly within the cluster, running functions in a serverless-fashion, and even allowing us to host the code, the build pipeline and the application itself on Kubernetes. In the future, there might be only one Kubernetes to rule them all.
- 10:00 - 11:00
- Conference / Event
- 11th Central European Workshop on Services and their Composition
- University of Bayreuth, Institute of Computer Science, Bayreuth
- One Kubernetes to rule them all