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Thursday, November 19 • 2:55pm - 3:30pm
Building a Global Supercomputer with Virtual Kubelet - Dmitry Mishin, University of California San Diego & Adrien Trouillaud, Admiralty

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Nautilus is a global Kubernetes cluster, product of the Pacific Research Platform (PRP) project at The University of California San Diego (UCSD) and many collaborating campuses. It aggregates compute resources from around the world. While that's impressive, there are issues that a single cluster cannot solve: in this case, decentralized governance. PRP participants delegate the control of some of their compute resources to UCSD. That wouldn't scale to a global network of independent institutions. So PRP, along with peer projects nationwide, decided to adopt Admiralty's open-source multi-cluster scheduler, which allows for decentralized control plane topologies. Dmitry will demo the federation of Nautilus with the clusters of other large scientific networks; Adrien will explain how Admiralty implemented Virtual Kubelet and the Kubernetes scheduler framework to make this possible.

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Dmitry Mishin

Applications Developer, University of California San Diego
Dmitry Mishin, PhD is an Applications Developer at The University of California San Diego, working at the Supercomputer Center on enhancing the Comet supercomputer, and at Calit2 on supporting and expanding Nautilus, a global Kubernetes cluster. Dmitry holds a Master's degree from... Read More →
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Adrien Trouillaud

CEO, Admiralty
Adrien Trouillaud is the founder and CEO of Admiralty, a Seattle-based startup building open-source and enterprise multi-cluster products for Kubernetes. Adrien is the main author of multicluster-scheduler. Prior to Admiralty, he worked at PayScale, developing and operating machine... Read More →


Thursday November 19, 2020 2:55pm - 3:30pm EST
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