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Thursday, November 19 • 5:40pm - 6:15pm
10 More Weird Ways to Blow Up Your Kubernetes - Jian Cheung & Joseph Kim, Airbnb

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Over the past couple of years, Airbnb has standardized microservices, containerization, Kubernetes, and service mesh in our ecosystem, and have built tools around it to make our workloads more robust. We’ve seen great results with thousands of services now aboard Kubernetes, but it wasn’t without mistakes and painful/insightful learnings along the way. Airbnb is back at KubeCon again to share 10 more ways we’ve messed up in just the past year -- come discover what can go wrong as we share some of our experiences running on Kubernetes. Favorites include: - “What do you mean CPU Limits caused OOM-kills?” - “Half the pods are gone and this was broken for 7 days?” - “Yes, things do break when all the masters are down” And more!

Speakers
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Jian Cheung

Software Engineer, Airbnb
Jian Cheung is a software engineer on the Compute Infrastructure Team at Airbnb. He works on supporting application and infrastructure service abstractions running on Kubernetes. He has previously spoken about [performance gotchas on Kubernetes](https://kccncna19.sched.com/event/UaXm/did-kubernetes-make-my-p95s-worse-jian-cheung-stephen-chan-airbnb... Read More →
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Joseph Kim

Software Engineer, Airbnb
Joseph Kim is a software engineer on the Computer Infra team. As a new grad, he has been working on internal tooling around kubernetes. Though he has not given talks about kubernetes before, Joseph is excited to share his experiences so far working with it!



Thursday November 19, 2020 5:40pm - 6:15pm EST
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