Kubernetes follows a simple, powerful model in which users and automated systems interact with a declarative API to set desired state, and controllers continuously work to bring the system into alignment with the desired state. Jago Macleod shares recent work that allows users to extend the Kubernetes API with custom resources and controllers and leverage this pattern. Its growing popularity in Kubernetes and other projects in the space suggests you will see more of it in the future.
This keynote is sponsored by Google Cloud.
Jago Macleod is an engineering manager at Google, where he is responsible for several teams working on Kubernetes and Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). Jago’s current areas of focus in open source Kubernetes include API machinery, apps, big data and machine learning, and Kubernetes conformance. Previously, Jago held engineering leadership roles at a number of startups and large companies, most recently making the smart homes that may eventually turn against us at Nest and the games that will distract us along the way as vice president of engineering at Disney Interactive Games.
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