Austin
April 25-29, 2016

Event Details


Rolling Your Own Kubernetes Clusters on OpenStack with Ansible and Terraform

As interest grows around the container ecosystem, enterprises are looking to explore orchestration tools such as Kubernetes. This talk will give a tour of the community resources available for deploying Kubernetes clusters on any group of servers, as well as how to leverage tools like Terraform to automate the creation of necessary infrastructure. We will end with a demo of a full end-to-end deployment of a small cluster.


What can I expect to learn?

Attendees will learn about the basics of creating OpenStack resources using a tool like Terraform, as well as how to transition from this creation to provisioning with Ansible. The basics of ansible playbooks will be reviewed and some basic Kubernetes usage will be shown in the form of the “kubectl” commands. Finally, we will deploy an application stack to demonstrate functionality. The attendees will leave the session feeling confident and prepared to leverage the tools to test out Kubernetes deployment in their own Openstack environment.

Thursday, April 28, 3:10pm-3:50pm
Difficulty Level: Intermediate
Solinea
Spencer has been helping bring large enterprises onto the cloud since early 2011. He has acted as developer, systems administrator, and tech lead for proof of concept and production applications that have been published to the cloud. Spencer enjoys exploring new automation and cloud-friendly tools to see how they can fit in the DevOps toolchain. Prior to Solinea, Spencer worked for the... FULL PROFILE
Solinea
Luke Heidecke works at Solinea, Inc. to drive OpenStack and Cloud adoption for large enterprise customers. He focuses on infrastructure automation, monitoring, and management of large distributed systems. FULL PROFILE