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Friday, March 11 • 10:40 - 11:20
Templatized Application Configuration on OpenShift and Kubernetes

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Abstract:
Kubernetes gives developers a platform on which to run images and many configuration objects to control those images, but constructing a cohesive application made up of images and configuration objects is currently a challenge. Reconstructing or sharing that configuration can also be a challenge. This talk will cover the Template feature implemented in OpenShift to simplify the process of defining and repeatably deploying coordinated objects, discuss what is coming to Kubernetes with respect to this capability, and touch on several other existing projects that enable templatizing application definitions.

Outline:
  • Introduction to OpenShift templates
  • Discuss OpenShift template parameters
  • Go through a few example templates/use cases
  • Cover the current Kubernetes template proposal (https://github.com/kubernetes/kubernetes/pull/18215)
  • Differences/changes from OpenShift
  • Goals+use cases for the Kubernetes implementation
  • Brief discussion of other templating technologies available
  • Conclusion - templates are coming, they will make your life easier

Speakers
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Ben Parees

Principal Engineer, Red Hat
Ben Parees works for RedHat as a lead developer on the Kubernetes based OpenShift project which he has worked on for the last 2 years. His team focuses on workflows that take developers from source code to PaaS deployed Docker images.


Friday March 11, 2016 10:40 - 11:20
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