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Thursday, July 18


Managing the Cloud with Command Lines - Arun Chandrasekhar, Microsoft
In this talk, Arun will go through various mechanisms to manage cloud infrastructure using open source command line tools. He will give an overview of best of breed open source cross-platform tools in this space ranging from multi-cloud tools such as Terraform, Ansible and Kubernetes to more cloud specific tools such as Azure CLI and PowerShell. He will compare and contrast various best practices to show you how best to automate the cloud for your specific needs.

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Arun Chandrasekhar

Principal Program Manager, Microsoft
Arun Chandrasekhar has been a developer, dev lead and PM working on various technologies for over 20 years. He has worked for various employers ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies in various countries across the globe including Singapore, Australia, India, China, and the... Read More →

Thursday July 18, 2019 11:10 - 11:50
Meeting Room 1 (Floor 5F)


Cats vs. Dogs - A Hybrid Cloud Storage Story - Yuval Lifshitz, Red Hat
There are many good reasons for storing your valuable data on premise, but also many good reasons for using the power of serverless cloud computing. What if we didn’t have to chose one against the other?

And even better, what of we could change our mind whenever we wanted?

In KubeCon2018 Huamin Chen & Yehuda Sadeh-Weinraub hooked Ceph into knative/kubernetes to do event driven image classification. But let us say we wanted the images in the “cat” bucket to be processed in the local kubernetes cluster while images in the “dogs” bucket to be processed by a shiny cloud function? And with minimal changes and in a future proof way.
In this talk Yuval Lifshitz would like to show how the recently introduced “publish-subscribe” mechanism in Ceph, when hooked into a message bus (e.g. rabbitmq), or directly to a serverless function in the cloud, could achieve the above.

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Yuval Lifshitz

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Currently (since 2018) Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat: - Kubevirt: Developing networking solutions for virtual machine payloads in k8s/openshift. - Ceph: Adding connectivity between the RadosGW and external message brokers (e.g. RabbitMQ) Previously a Senior Software Architect... Read More →

Thursday July 18, 2019 12:00 - 12:40
Meeting Room 1 (Floor 5F)


Running Legacy VM's along with Containers in Kubernetes! Delusion or Reality? - Kunal Kushwaha, NTT OSSC
With the increased adoption of Kubernetes by Enterprises, it has become the primary platform for managing applications. Yet many legacy application cannot be moved to k8s due to their dependencies, which has created fragmentation in resource management.

KubeVirt project enables VMs to run as VMs in K8s along with containers. This can play big role in migrating application without containerization. But Traditional apps & infrastructure designed for different topology, lifecycle & scaling factor etc. as compared to K8s, So moving applications in k8s without touching them is really possible? Will there be smooth journey ahead after migration?

In this presentation Kunal will present detailed evaluation report of migrating and managing traditional VMs to k8s including traditional architectures like
- Multi VM based apps
- HA based VM (Master/Standby)
- Multi-Network VMs (data/control plane)

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Kunal Kushwaha

Senior Engineer, NTT OSSC
Kunal Kushwaha works with NTT Open Source Software Center and is an active contributor to Container projects like podman, containerd & past speaker of OSSummit, Japan. Recently he has been working on migration of legacy application to Kubernetes and evaluating KubeVirt for migration... Read More →

Thursday July 18, 2019 16:00 - 16:40
Meeting Room 1 (Floor 5F)


Implementing Security and Availability Requirements for Banking API System Using Open Source Software - Yoshiyuki Tabata, Hitachi
For API management of the financial sector, high security and high availability are necessary. Regarding high security, security functions meeting OpenID Connect like the token introspection and the scope-based authorization are required. Regarding high availability, the dependencies between components should be reduced and a failure in one component must not stop another component, and the accurate rate limit for protecting the API backend is also required. In the presentation, we share our approach on how to implement these requirements with 3scale and Keycloak in order to achieve financial-grade security and availability with the OSS community.


Yoshiyuki Tabata

Software engineer, Hitachi, Ltd.
Yoshiyuki Tabata works for Open Source Solution Center at Hitachi, Ltd, and is responsible for Identity and API management solution. He has experience constructing high security banking API systems with Keycloak and 3scale.

Thursday July 18, 2019 16:50 - 17:30
Meeting Room 1 (Floor 5F)