“Kubernetes is taking the app development world by storm.” is one of the most popular phrases about Kubernetes. How can we make best use of this technology?
Mark Shuttleworth (founder of Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu, and one-time astronaut) talks with David Booth (VP Cloud Native Applications at Canonical) about the past year and what to expect in the near future.
Together we explore the current landscape of Kubernetes, how Canonical is leveraging and contributing to the ecosystem, with a view to the future of needs of end-users. We highlight trends such as the synthesis of human behaviours through operators, the shift towards GPU/networking offloads and Kubernetes at IoT/Edge.
The goal of this session is to invigorate and excited about Canonical's part within a much larger and thriving cloud native ecosystem, centered around Kubernetes.
In this session we take a look back at the past year and the developments we've enjoyed in Juju, Operator Framework and the broader ecosystem, then take a look at the year ahead.
In this session we'll introduce the project and explore the Juju ecosystem, as well as basic charming concepts. We'll deep dive into the build and deploy process for a simple charm.
In this session, elaborating upon the work already done by Daniela Plascencia, we'll have a look at how we may leverage Juju and the Canonical Observability Stack to make our charm observable, and by that also monitorable.
In this session, Marc will take you through how to use the Charmed Operator framework's testing harness to check that your charm is doing exactly what you think it's doing across multiple scenarios.
Charmed Operators make a lot more sense, if they are reused for new applications in a new context. This session covers publishing of Charmed Operators for others. In addition, it introduces the collection of available Charmed Operators on Charmhub.io.
Like a charm – building an integrated, operator-driven MLOps ecosystem on Kubernetes.
Industry thought leaders come together in a panel discussion covering the State of Kubernetes, the goals of real users, the challenges they face, and possible futures of cloud native technologies.
Operators, Models, Kubernetes, Hybrid Clouds, massive scale and bootstrapping quickly – Kubernetes is taking the the world by storm. So what's next? Mark Shuttleworth (one time astronaut, founder of Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu) talks with David Booth (VP Cloud Native Applications at Canonical) about the past and lays down a vision for the future.
Operators, Models, Kubernetes, Hybrid Clouds, massive scale and bootstrapping quickly - Kubernetes is taking the world by storm. So what's next? Mark Shuttleworth (one time astronaut, founder of Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu) talks with David Booth (VP Cloud Native Applications at Canonical) about the past and lays down a vision for the future.
A guided tour of the Charmed Operator Framework illustrating the development of a simple Charmed Operator that targets Kubernetes.