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In the OpenStack ecosystem, containers were introduced as first class citizens recently with the project Magnum and the networking for containers has also evolved since then. Project Kuryr makes networking available to containers through Neutron. This all brings together how Neutron networking benefits containers like it does virtual machines. However, to make Neutron, Kuryr and Magnum cover all the use cases for containers, nested containers inside Nova VMs require networking to work as seamlessly as it works for virtual machines or bare metal containers. In this session, we will talk about Magnum, Kuryr, Neutron integration and how the problem of nested container networking has been solved in the OpenStack community, it's architecture, the design, current status and next steps.
This session will be a great learning opportunity for developers, operators and users as we will talk about the latest and greatest in container networking for OpenStack through Kuryr and Neutron. Attendees are expected to learn about containers, brief introduction about COEs like Kubernetes, Swarm, Mesos and how Magnum works, details about container networking using Kuryr and Neutron, deep dive into the architecture of nested container networking and how it will be implemented to solve the problem once and for all.