Kris Nova is currently independent focusing on containers, infrastructure, and Kubernetes. Kris is also an ambassador for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Previously, she was a developer advocate and an engineer on Kubernetes at Heptio. Nova has a deep technical background in the Go programming language and has authored many successful open source tools in Go. She is a Kubernetes maintainer and the creator of kubicorn, a successful Kubernetes infrastructure management tool. Nova organizes a special interest group in Kubernetes and is a leader in the community. She understands the grievances with running cloud-native infrastructure via a distributed cloud-native application and recently authored an O’Reilly book on the topic, Cloud Native Infrastructure. Kris lives in Seattle and spends her free time climbing mountains.
11:35am–12:15pm Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Kubernetes provides a powerful set of APIs and abstractions for building distributed systems, and it provides users with the ability to build and install their own extension APIs alongside the core APIs. Phillip Wittrock covers how core Kubernetes APIs are designed and built and teaches the basics of writing an installable custom Kubernetes API.
2:20pm–3:00pm Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Kube-hunter is an open source penetration testing tool for checking the security of your Kubernetes cluster. Liz Rice explores how kube-hunter finds problems and misconfigurations and shares lessons on securing your cluster learned as a result.
3:50pm–4:30pm Wednesday, June 12, 2019
As the number of teams, clusters, and namespaces grows within an organization, it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain any kind of coherence. Amy Chen discusses how, by aligning identity, resource limits, and your application’s security posture, cluster operators can get more organizational mileage out of Kubernetes namespaces.
4:45pm–5:25pm Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Aaron Schlesinger dives into case studies on why and how it's hard for app developers to adopt Kubernetes. He walks you through the tools to make the transition easier, providing a holistic view of how to fit everything together to make Kubernetes easier for teams. You'll leave with what you need to get your teams started with or improve your team’s productivity on Kubernetes.