Kubernetes June 14th 2022 - MUG Meeting
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Schedulers, networks, service meshes, tracing tools ... the Cloud Native Computing Foundation has over 100 projects, to say nothing of the many containerish projects not under the CNCF. What is it all for? How does it all fit together?
This whistle-stop tour will orient you in the new world of Cloud Native, explaining what the types of tools and elements in a stack are, with example projects of each. You'll gain a general understanding of how the parts of new stacks are supposed to work together ... or not. By the end of the talk, you'll be ready to evaluate which items in the vast menu of Cloud Native might solve your problems.
Josh Berkus is Kubernetes Community Architect at Red Hat, chair of CNCF TAG Contributor Strategy, and a contributor to Kubernetes, Kubevirt, Knative, and several other projects. He is also known for his long-time contributions to the PostgreSQL Project. Josh lives in Portland, OR, with a librarian an an oversized black cat.
Plus we'll have our regular features: Jobs Looking for People, People Looking for Jobs, and much more!