Sponsored by our friends at TechSpace Ballston.
Installing Kubernetes is easy. Ensuring it complies with your organization’s enterprise governance and security requirements isn’t.
During this session, Oleg will outline common prerequisites for running Kubernetes in production. He’ll discuss how to leverage fine-grained controls and separation of responsibilities to meet enterprise governance and security needs, as well as basic requirements for audit, security, authentication, authorization, integration with existing identity broker, logging, and monitoring. Additionally, the audience will learn whether cloud-hosted Kubernetes cover these requirements, how to integrate a compliant Kubernetes installation with their existing cloud infrastructure and how to handle cross-team communication (network / compute / storage / security).
Since on-premise Kubernetes deployments don’t come without challenges, we’ll look into the limitations of a bare-metal installation, interactions with vSphere’s API, achieving HA, reliability and disaster recovery, as well as handling OS upgrades, security patches, and Kubernetes upgrades. We’ll close with a quick outlook of what’s next, such as infrastructure as a code, immutable infrastructure, and GitOps.
6:00 – 6:30 pm: Networking over food & drinks
6:30 – 7:30 pm: Presentation and Q&A
7:30 – 8:00 pm: More networking, food & drinks…and happy hour at the bar next door?
RSVP on our meetup.com page.
About the Speaker:
Oleg Atamanenko is a Senior Software Architect at Kublr. A certified Kubernetes administrator and author of cluster autoscaler support for Microsoft Azure (based on VMSS), Oleg is passionate about sharing best practices for Kubernetes deployment and management. He has worked extensively in cloud-native environments and specializes in developing distributed systems, containerizing legacy systems and implementing serverless projects on Amazon Web Services.