Kubernetes Operability Tooling

Updated on May 17, 2019
GOTO Chicago 2019
Bridget Kromhout
Bridget Kromhout

Co-host of Arrested DevOps Podcast & Principal Cloud Developer Advocate at Microsoft

Artisanally hand-crafting our own container hosting solutions can be a fun learning experience, but for repeatable production use, we want to deploy and manage Kubernetes in a reproducible fashion.

Using Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) with open source tools like Helm, Draft, Brigade, Duffle, and more, we can deploy and update our managed Kubernetes clusters and applications via a trusted, versioned, repeatable process.

With the practical application of open specifications like Cloud Native Application Bundles and open source tools to simplify cluster management and application development, we can more effectively use Kubernetes at scale.

Who should attend this talk: Software developers interested in tooling around running apps on Kubernetes

Academic level: Intermediate

What is the take away in this talk: Demystifying open source operability tooling in the Kubernetes ecosystem.