Barcelona, Spain
October 25-28, 2016

Event Details


OpenStack on Kubernetes - Lessons Learned

Due to its important number of components, deploying and managing OpenStack is known to be a complex and error-prone process. On the other hand, containers recently introduced consistent deployment capabilities and container management systems brought robust application lifecycle administration at scale.

Therefore, we’ve decided earlier this year to bring the worlds of VMs and containers together by containerizing OpenStack services and managing them using Kubernetes. This effort enables companies to deploy a scalable and self-healing OpenStack platform in less than 5 minutes on top of Kubernetes.

During this session, we will share the experience that we gained during the kubification of OpenStack, demonstrate how this work simplifies and accelerate OpenStack deployments and operations, and describe how what was initially a proof of concept is growing into a production-ready product.


What can I expect to learn?
  • What benefits does using Kubernetes, rkt and Docker provide for managing OpenStack
  • How to deploy OpenStack on top of Kubernetes in less than 5 minutes
  • What did we learn containerizing a complex stateful application such as OpenStack
Thursday, October 27, 11:00am-11:40am
Difficulty Level: Advanced
Mirantis
Sergey is the head of Mirantis Application Platform (MAP, Cloud Native Continuous Delivery based on Spinnaker) initiative at Mirantis. He is responsible for architecture, design and executions of MAP. Previously Sergey was running OpenStack Containerized Control Plane project in Mirantis and was the Project Technical Lead of OpenStack Data Processing program ("Sahara") and OpenStack... FULL PROFILE
Intel Corporation
Piotr Prokop is Cloud Solution Engineer at Intel. Currently working on Stackanetes, project which aims to deliver OpenStack working on top of Kubernetes. For about a year he was working with container based orchestration systems.Piotr has an engineering degree in the specialization of sound and vision processing from Gdansk University of Technology in Poland.In his free time he loves to read... FULL PROFILE
CoreOS
Quentin Machu is a software engineer at CoreOS. He is working on Stackanetes, an initiative to make operating OpenStack as simple as running any application on Kubernetes. In addition to that, he is the author of an open source project for the static analysis of vulnerabilities in appc and docker containers, called Clair. In a past life, Quentin completed an award-winning OpenStack project... FULL PROFILE