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November 17–November 20, 2020
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Friday, November 20 • 5:05pm - 5:40pm
A Future Journey: How to Migrate 100 Clusters Between Clouds Without Downtime? - Tobias Schneck & Manuel Stößel, Kubermatic

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Have you ever thought about migrating your Kubernetes clusters to another cloud provider to save costs? Yes? We too! Join us on an interactive journey to discover the main challenges of live migration at scale of etcd’s, traffic routing and application workloads from one cloud to another. The talk will discuss the current state of the technical concept, known problems and insides of the already proven migration steps for stateless workload.

As part of the journey, we’ll see the differences between migrating one or one hundred clusters with productive workloads; What parts can be automated? What steps may need to be manual? Let’s see how an automated solution could look like in the future and what steps are missing.

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Tobias Schneck

Senior Software Engineer, Kubermatic
Tobias is a Senior Software Engineer at Kubermatic . As co-founder of the open source testing framework Sakuli and the docker-headless-vnc-container, he follows the aim of making the scaling infrastructure setup simpler. His current passion is to increase the adoption of the Kubernetes... Read More →
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Manuel Stößel

Systems Architect/Team Lead, Kubermatic
Manuel’s a Systems Architect at Kubermatic coming from a background of classic Linux system administration as well as software development. In his work for various enterprises he focused on designing and maturing complex distributed systems, often involving Go, Kubernetes and containerization... Read More →

Friday November 20, 2020 5:05pm - 5:40pm EST
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