Kubernetes Networking and CNI
Calsoft conducted its Twitter chat on 27th April 2018, Friday at 9:00 AM PST focusing on popularity of k8s and other ecosystem products around it.
As public and private clouds are evolving, everyone is looking to build applications for cloud architectures, this Twitter chat was fashioned to understand why to use Kubernetes. Participants asked questions on Twitter using #KubeKonnect to solve their queries.
We received some questions prior to the event time through our pre-register link on our website and our host for the evening, Kiran Divekar, answered them at the scheduled time for the Twitter chat.
There is a paradigm shift in the functioning of public and private clouds with endeavours of striking a balance between scalability and cost efficiency in terms of development and deployment on the cloud. Leveraging cloud services to get run-time platform capabilities such as performance, scalability and security out of the box is almost like a mandate.
We invite you to have a twitter chat with our expert and discuss how Kubernetes integrate with clouds to utilize storage volume and load balancing services.
The discussion will primarily revolve around the following:
- Liaison between Kubernetes and cloud native
- Kubernetes: the de-facto orchestrator.
- Deep dive into kubernetes networking jargons
- Need of kubernetes in public clouds
Your Host: Kiran Divekar - Networking Architect
Kiran possesses 17 years of experience on architecture and designing variety of projects in the areas of Container security, openstack plugins, cloud migrations, SDN systems and NFV development and performance.
He has deep knowledge of system software stack, Linux administration, Linux kernel debugging, System start-up scripts, Network security, Network switch software, Wifi Networking. In the past he has also been a major contributor to Linux Kernel in the 2.6.36 cycle.