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Master Kubernetes Workshop: Operators using Python and Go

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Infos
Thursday, December 2 2021
09:00 - 17:00
Room:
Ballroom B - WS
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Master Kubernetes Workshop

In this workshop, we learn how to extend Kubernetes with custom controllers. We begin by defining what is a controller and what is it useful. We then learn how to write a basic controller using Python and Go. From there we continue to explore what is needed to build and run advanced controllers using existing
frameworks.

At the end of this workshop, you will see Kubernetes as more than a "Container scheduling" system. Instead, you will see how you can let Kubernetes automate all kinds of stuff from infrastructure automation to building data science pipelines.

I. Fundamentals.

 * Kubernetes is More than just a Container Scheduler.
 * Extending Kubernetes with CustomResourceDefinition.

II. The Basics of Operators

 * Let’s write a simple "Hello World" Operator in Python
 * Choosing an Operator framework
 * Writing "Hello World" again with Go and Python

III. Diving deeper
 
 * Understanding Operators and Events
 * CRUD for Operators
 * Mutations of Cluster state with Operators
 * Mutations of External Systems with Operators.

IV. Going further

 * Extended tutorial: Building a Database as a Service with Operators.
 * Validation and Mutation hooks.

This workshop is aimed at users who also have a good basic understanding of Kubernetes. If you wrote your first Deployments and you know how to expose them with a Service, you are right here.

Requirements:
 
 * Access to a running Kubernetes cluster where you have admin rights.
 * The workshop can be successfully completed with MiniKube as your cluster
   If you don’t have a running cluster, you can install and configure MiniKube
   locally.

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