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Friday, March 11 • 14:00 - 14:40
My Microservices are not all stateless!

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Managing a microservice-based deployment is complicated and Kubernetes helps tremendously but not all microservices are stateless! For the stateful services, we are encouraged to deploy a database per service - which increases complexity and leads on the the next question: Where does my state live?

Outline:

This talk will demonstrate several patterns to consider when using Kubernetes and its persistent volume feature. We will take a look at how to:
  • deploy stateful microservices that have a network attached block device for storage
  • move stateful containers around the cluster and have their storage volume follow
  • perform automatic fail-over with a stateful service
  • explore and configure the range of volume drivers available for Kubernetes

We will also take a deep-dive into how volume drivers work and discuss what the future holds for stateful containers being managed by Kubernetes.

Speakers
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Kai Davenport

Developer Relations, ClusterHQ
Kai works on the Developer Relations team at ClusterHQ - the creators of Flocker. He has been busy working on the Docker volume plugin and previously was hard at work on Powerstrip - a prototyping tool for Docker extensions. In a previous life Kai was developing educational software and has been developing web-based software for 15 years.


Friday March 11, 2016 14:00 - 14:40
CodeNode - Cmd

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