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Thursday, March 10 • 16:00 - 16:40
Simple, Scalable, Secure networking for Kubernetes

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Why does the network matter and why does it need to be simple (the 3am test)? Why should we build networks that scale to the extremes and how can we do that with proven technologies? Finally, how can we secure microservices, why should we bother, and what does this mean for developers and operators?

  • Background to virtual networking; we have an opportunity to avoid the pitfalls of building complex, hard-to-debug, overlay networks (such as those used by OpenStack). This is driven by the move to pure-IP connectivity and IP-per-container.
  • Why enterprises need to think about scalability in networking and how we can achieve it: we have a proven, scalable approach to crib from, the Internet itself.
  • Securing a modern microservices architecture. What do recent big headline security intrusions teach us, why microservices provide an opportunity to revolutionize our network security, where we are right now and where we’d like to get to. This section includes a demo.

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Shaun Crampton

Software Development Manager, Metaswitch - Project Calico
Shaun is a core developer and evangelist at Project Calico. Before joining the Calico team, Shaun worked on a number of Software Defined Networking products and cloud scale applications. He holds a BA in Computer Science from Cambridge University.

Thursday March 10, 2016 16:00 - 16:40 PST
CodeNode - Ctrl 10 South Place, London, United Kingdom