Austin
April 25-29, 2016

Event Details


Deploy Microservices Architecture on OpenStack using Kubernetes, Docker, Flannel and etcd

RSVP required.

A microservices software architecture is as an approach to developing a single application as a suite of small services, each running in its own process and communicating with lightweight mechanisms, often an HTTP resource API. These services are independently deployable and scalable by fully automated deployment machinery and each service provides a firm module boundary with a minimum of centralized management. You’ve heard enough, and you are so ready to give this architecture a try, right? This hands-on lab will show you how to build it and will walk you through step-by-step deployment of Kubernetes, Docker, Flannel and etcd on OpenStack to get you started.

Please bring a laptop with a web browser and an ssh client (Terminal, Putty, etc).


What can I expect to learn?

Step-by-step deployment of Kubernetes, Docker, Flannel and etcd on OpenStack

Thursday, April 28, 9:00am-10:30am
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Manceps, Inc., Principal Consultant & CEO
Al Kari is a seasoned SME in Open Source, A.I. and Cloud technologies. As CEO and Principal Consultant at Manceps, Inc., Al helps enterprise customers on their digital transformation journeys; focused on blending Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence with Cloud Computing and Big Data technologies. Al started his career in the mid-90s as a software architect by founding... FULL PROFILE
Red Hat Inc.
Will Foster has been working at Red Hat since 2007 as a Sr. Systems Engineer, managing enterprise IT storage and core production infrastructure.  Since 2013 Will has been part of a small DevOps Engineering team focused on design, architecture and deployment of internal/external OpenStack, CI and R&D infrastructure.Other areas of concentration include scale and performance of real-world... FULL PROFILE
Red Hat, Inc
Kambiz Aghaiepour is a principal software engineer with over 25 years of IT experience helping to grow IT infrastructure and services for large global organizations including Red Hat, as well as Duke University.  Kambiz is currently working for Red Hat, and since 2013 has been a part of the Engineering Cloud R&D group working on the OpenStack Deployment team. Most recently he has been... FULL PROFILE