Most users start their journey to containers with stateless applications. They soon realise that stateful applications can also benefit from cloud-native infrastructure.
This session will:
- Describe the benefits of moving stateful applications into Kubernetes.
- Introduce the key terminology and concepts of storage within Kubernetes.
- Describe the options and trade-offs of persistent storage in Kubernetes from a practical perspective.
- Deploy a stateful application and demonstrate some of its cloud-native properties.
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Running Stateful applications in Kubernetes
Specialist in agile delivery of Unix infrastructure and DevOps concepts and author of Gonzo, an open-source impact analysis tool for safely deploying Puppet changes in ITIL environments. Regular speaker at DevOps-related events. Previously, Simon led global engineering teams at Fidelity and Nomura, and Web Development at UBS in London.