Google Kubernetes, Big Data and Drink
Google Kubernetes (K8s)
Kubernetes (K8s) is an open source orchestration system for containers Docker and CoreOS rkt. The small footprint of containers means that we can optimize our infrastructure, but we need to use a tool to automatically recover containers when they fail, we need to scale up our containers and services as the traffic grows.
How can we place containers with microservices near each other in our cluster?
How will new services be discovered and made available to other systems?
This are few of the concerns adressed by kubernetes. In this seminar we see how to address this problems with kubernetes and with two Kubernetes distributions called Openshit and Fabric8, on a small cluster on our laptop.
The Big Data Maze: how not to get lost in an Open Source Ocean
Starting from a brief story of what’s called ‘Big Data’, we’ll navigate through the ocean of available technologies, underlining the core concepts behind their design, with examples of their applications while discussing how they are different from a traditional relational database, but not replacing them. We’ll be talking about BigTable,Hadoop,HBase, Cassandra, Kafka, Spark, Yarn, Hive and Presto.
- 6.00 – 6.30 p.m. -> Registration;
- 6.30 – 7.30 p.m. -> Google Kubernetes (K8s);
- 7.30 – 8.30 p.m. -> The Big Data Maze: how not to get lost in an Open Source Ocean;
- 8.30 p.m. -> Drink-networking event