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Friday, October 28 • 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Tutorial: kubectl Create Cluster: Production-ready Kubernetes with Cluster API 1.0 - Killian Muldoon, Shivani Singhal, Yuvaraj Balaji Rao Kakaraparthi & Stefan Büringer, VMware; Jack Francis, Microsoft

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Attention: Please note this tutorial requires that some tools like Docker are already locally installed. To provide a smooth experience during the tutorial, please install the preqrequistes already before the session. Detailed instructions can be found under Prerequisites. MacOS and Linux are fully supported, but Windows support is best-effort only. Minimum Resources: 4 CPU, 16 GB RAM and 32 GB free disk space.

Did you know you can create and manage a fleet of Kubernetes clusters just as easily as deploying Pods? Learn how to leverage Cluster API to create, update and manage your infrastructure, whether in the cloud or on-premises. Cluster API brings declarative management of entire clusters to the infrastructure provider of your choice.

Using your local machine you will learn how to create a fleet of clusters with Cluster API, scale up and down the number of nodes, and run a one-touch upgrade of entire clusters, all in just a few minutes.

This tutorial is designed for people who have some experience managing Kubernetes, and are interested in a new approach to solving the problem of operating clusters. You will leave this tutorial with the skills to automate fleets of clusters running production-grade Kubernetes.

Please note, this tutorial focuses on showcasing Cluster API features with the Docker provider which is using Docker on the local machine.

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Stefan Büringer

Staff Engineer, VMware
Stefan is a Staff Engineer at VMware, a Kubernetes contributor since ~ 2018 and a Cluster API, Cluster API provider vSphere and Controller Runtime maintainer. Previously, he was part of the team that develops and operates the Mercedes-Benz Kubernetes platform. When not in front of... Read More →
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Shivani Singhal

Member of Technical Staff, VMware
Shivani Singhal is a Member of Technical Staff 3 @VMware, who has started her Kubernetes contribution since 2019. She graduated as a mentee from LFX Mentorship Program (previously known as community bridge). Currently she is actively contributing to the Cluster API provider for AWS... Read More →
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Yuvaraj Balaji Rao Kakaraparthi

Senior Software Engineer, VMware
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Killian Muldoon

Senior Software Engineer, VMware
Killian is a Senior Software Engineer in VMware’s Modern Applications Group working on Cloud Native infrastructure through upstream Kubernetes project Cluster API. Previously he worked on observability, networking and platform management with a focus on telecommunications and High... Read More →
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Jack Francis

Principal Software Engineer, Microsoft
Experienced engineer at the intersection of operations and software development. Begun my Kubernetes journey at Deis working on Helm, then onto Microsoft building AKS, AKS Engine, and the Azure cluster-api provider (capz). Jack lives in Portland, Oregon.

Friday October 28, 2022 2:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
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