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2019

18. Nov to 21. Nov - KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2019

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Location: San Diego, California
Type: Conference
Homepage: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/kubecon-cloudnativecon-north-america-2019/
Status: To Be Decided
Talks: No talk(s) submitted (yet).

17. Sep to 19. Sep - storage2day

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Location: Heidelberg, Germany
Type: Conference
Homepage: https://www.storage2day.de/
Status: Waiting for Review

Ceph storage with Rook


Format: Talk (40 Minutes)
Status: Rejected
Description: Im Talk wird es bei dem Ceph Teil um die eingeführten und noch kommenden Verbesserungen gehen womit die Dynamik von containerisierten Applikationen besser gehandhabt werden können. Dannach geht es dann um Rook, womit der Fokus auf in Kubernetes laufende Applikationen fällt. Dabei wird gezeigt wie schnell man ein Ceph Cluster in Kubernetes starten kann, und den Ceph Storage für seine Container in Form von Block, Filesystem und Object Storage in Kubernetes zur Verfügung stellt.
Co-Speaker:

24. Jun to 26. Jun - KubeCon + CloudNativeCon China 2019

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Location: Shanghai, China
Type: Conference
Homepage: https://www.lfasiallc.com/events/kubecon-cloudnativecon-china-2019/
Status: **NOT GOING**, I'll be at ContainerDays, Hamburg instead.
Talks: No talk(s) submitted (yet).

24. Jun to 26. Jun - ContainerDays

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Location: Hamburg, Germany
Type: Conference
Homepage: https://devopsconference.de/
Status: Going

Importance of IPv6 in a cloudy World


Format: ?
Status: Accepted
Description: Some words on why IPv6 is important in a cloud-native world, why you should look into and implement it now.

The Community, You and "Ignorance"?


Format: ?
Status: Rejected
Description: Open talk with the audience about situations in which communication can be improved from the community and you, yourself the developer. Going into my personal most common experienced “interesting” situations with the community.

Rook - Running storage in Kubernetes


Format: ?
Status: Rejected
Description: Use Rook to have persistence in your Kubernetes clusters. You have probably heard about Rook in context with running Ceph in Kubernetes, but Rook is much more than just running Ceph. Rook is about persistence in general for your applications data in Kubernetes. With the latest release, v0.9, Rook now can also run Nexenta EdgeFS, Cassandra/Scylla and NFS server for you.

Rook - Orchestrated Ceph in Kubernetes


Format: ?
Status: Backup-Talk
Description: A general look at the types of storage for applications and using the Rook project to run Ceph storage in your Kubernetes cluster.

11. Jun to 14. Jun - DevOpsCon

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Location: Berlin, Germany
Type: Conference
Homepage: https://devopsconference.de/
Status: Going

Kubernetes - What You Need To Know GitLab CI + Kubernetes


Format: ?
Status: Accepted
Description: Showing off GitLab’s Kubernetes cluster feature, GitLab Pull Request review and GitLab CI to deploy an example application to Kubernetes.

Rook - Ceph in Kubernetes + Second Operations


Format: ?
Status: Rejected
Description: A general look at the types of storage for applications and using the Rook project to run Ceph storage in your Kubernetes cluster. Next to running Ceph we will take a look at the second day operations for storage in Kubernetes (backups, restore, etc).

20. May to 23. May - KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2019

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Location: Fira Gran Via, Barcelona, Spain
Type: Conference
Homepage: https://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/kubecon-cloudnativecon-europe-2019/
Status: Going

Importance of IPv6 in a cloudy World


Format: Lightning Talk
Status: Rejected
Description: Some words on why IPv6 is important in a cloud-native world, why you should look into and implement it now.

Intro: Rook


Format: Talk
Status: Accepted
Description: In this talk, we will be introducing the Rook project to attendees of all levels and experience. Rook is an open source cloud-native storage orchestrator for Kubernetes, providing the platform, framework, and support for a diverse set of storage solutions to natively integrate with cloud-native environments. Rook turns storage software into self-managing, self-scaling, and self-healing storage services. It does this by automating deployment, bootstrapping, configuration, provisioning, scaling, upgrading, migration, disaster recovery, monitoring, and resource management. We will explore the benefits and use cases of Rook, and we will also walk through the architecture that the project is built on. Rook was accepted as the first storage project hosted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation in January 2018.
Co-Speaker:

19. May to 20. May - Cephalocon 2019

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Location: Fira Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain
Type: Conference
Homepage: https://ceph.com/cephalocon/barcelona-2019/
Status: Going

Rook - Running Ceph using Kubernetes


Format: ?
Status: Accepted
Description:

We are going to show how easy it is to use Rook to quickly provision a new Ceph cluster and do second day operations like updating it and using the RBD mirroring feature.

This talk will especially focus on the stabilization for the Rook Ceph part in the v0.9 release.


9. Apr to 12. Apr - GUUG-Frühjahrsfachgespräch 2019

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Location: Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), Germany
Type: Conference
Homepage: https://ffg.guug.de/
Status: Going

Container und Kubernetes


Format: Tutorial
Status: Accepted
Description:

Von einem einzelnen Container starten, zu einer containerisierten “Microservice” Applikation in Kubernetes laufen lassen. In diesem Tutorium beginnen wir am ersten Tag, bei dem Konzept “Container” um ein grundlegendes Verständnis darüber zu erlangen, warum Container so “heiß begehrt” sind. Nachdem wir nun wissen, was Container sind, beginnen wir mit dem Hands-On Teil. Dafür werden wir dann als allererstes Docker installieren und unsere erste containerisierte Applikation (WordPress) zum laufen bringen. Dabei werden wir uns folgenden Fragen stellen:

Durch diese Fragen werden wir die Basics rund um Container aufgebaut haben und können uns nun der nächst logischen Frage stellen, wie man eigentlich einen solchen Container für seine eigene Applikation bauen kann.

Der zweite Tag wird ganz im Namen von Kubernetes sein, da jeder Teilnehmer jeweils einen eigenen Kubernetes Cluster aufsetzen wird (dabei wird das “Standard” Tool “kubeadm” genutzt)! Während der Installation des Kubernetes Clusters gehen wir dabei auf die Architektur eines Kubernetes Clusters ein, um ein grundlegendes Verständnis darüber aufzubauen, wie so ein “Kubernetes funktioniert”. Dazu werden wir uns auch die “Basic” Objekte der Kubernetes API anschauen, um zu verstehen wie diese in der Cluster Architektur eine Rolle spielen und was diese für einen Nutzen haben. Je nachdem ob es die Zeit noch hergibt, einen WordPress Blog auf dem erstellten Cluster zu installieren. Über den Autor: Alexander Trost arbeitet als DevOps Engineer bei Cloudical und ist Certified Kubernetes


2. Feb to 3. Feb - FOSDEM'19

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Location: Brussels, Belgium
Type: Conference
Homepage: https://devopsconference.de/
Post: https://edenmal.moe/post/2019/FOSDEM19-Brussels/
Status: Going

Ceph storage with Rook


Format: ?
Infos/Slides/Recordings: https://fosdem.org/2019/schedule/event/ceph_storage_with_rook/
Status: Accepted
Description:

The talk will show how simple it is to use Rook for Ceph storage on Kubernetes. In addition to showing how simple it is to use the storage, the ease of adding and removing nodes will also be shown in a demo.

Target audience are people interested in Ceph and Kubernetes.


23. Jan - Cloud Native Night

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Location: Mainz, Germany
Type: Meetup
Homepage: https://www.meetup.com/Cloud-Native-Night/events/256743668/
Status: Going

Distributed storage with Rook


Format: ?
Status: Accepted
Description: Introduction to the Rook project (http://rook.io) that provides distributed storage for cloud native environments. We will learn about the project and have a demo showcasing the Rook Ceph operator. The talk will answer the questions of what is Rook and why one should consider using Rook. Additionally we will have a look at the Kubernetes native integration, possibly with a live demo.

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