In a world where application increasingly are architected into microservices, it is important to find the right way to network your datacenter choosing among solutions originally from the virtualization world and those that arose with simpler container native scenarios.
Kuryr offers Container Orchestration engines, e.g. Kubernetes, the network facilities from OpenStack Neutron, with its rich ecosystem of mature networking implementations.
With pod-in-VM support, Kuryr-Kubernetes networking enables a whole slew of new hybrid workload configurations, like bare metal or in-VM pods accessing pre-existing services that run on VMs, multiple Container Orchestration Engines (e.g. Docker Swarm to Kubernetes), and more. Unified networking simplifies deployment, configuration and provides single pane of glass into management and troubleshooting.
In this session we will dive into Kuryr Kubernetes and demo Pods running on Nova instances consuming VM workloads via OpenStack Neutron.
Attendees should expect to learn about the solution’s design and key features, as well as primer to getting mixed workload environments up and running.