Design patterns for Containerised Deployments

Ed Robinson, Site Reliability Engineer at Cookpad

Bio

Ed Robinson works as a Senior Site Reliability Engineer at Cookpad’s Global Headquarters in Bristol, UK. He has been working with Kubernetes for the last 3 years deploying clusters on AWS to deliver resilient and reliable services for global audiences. He is a contributor to several open source projects and is a Maintainer of Træfɪk the modern HTTP reverse proxy designed for containers and microservices.

Talk

A talk on “Design patterns for Containerised Deployments”. This will be about how Ed applied what he learned about deploying software in containers by reading “Design patterns for container-based distributed systems” written by Kubernetes founder, Brendan Burns.

Practical Approaches to Achieve Continuous Deployment with Kubernetes

Takayuki Watanabe, Site Reliability Engineer at Cookpad

Bid

Takayuki Watanabe works as a Senior Site Reliability Engineer at Cookpad Inc. in Tokyo, Japan. He has been delivering reliable services on top of cloud platforms such as AWS, GCP, and OpenStack for the last 5 years.

He also takes ownership of reliability, automation, and scalability of Cookpad’s international services. His current interests are reliable deployment strategies and resilient distributed system technology which make large organization development process more efficient

Talk

Takayuki Watanabe, Site Reliability Engineer at Cookpad will deliver a talk on “Practical Approaches to Achieve Continuous Deployment with Kubernetes”. In this talk, Takayuki will review concepts of continuous deployments(CD), deployment strategies and pipeline tools for container applications. In addition, the speaker will share the authentic approaches to realize the CD with Kubernetes.