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Friday, November 20 • 5:05pm - 6:30pm
Tutorial: Building an Enterprise Infrastructure Control Plane on Kubernetes - Daniel Mangum, Upbound & Steven Borrelli, Mastercard

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Enterprise infrastructure is diverse, complex, and difficult to automate. What if you could standardize on a single infrastructure control plane using the Kubernetes API? In this tutorial we will cover how to build Kubernetes controllers to manage infrastructure across enterprise infrastructure providers using the crossplane-runtime library, taking examples from the work that Mastercard has done to build a cohesive service catalog based on Kubernetes CRDs. Attendees will walk away with a functioning controller and building blocks for developing their own enterprise control plane. Topics covered will include: - Modeling Resources like Virtual Machines and Databases as Kubernetes CRDs - Sharing reconciler logic across controllers - Translating imperative API calls into declaratively managed Kubernetes objects Attendees should have Git, Go, and Docker installed prior to this session.

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Daniel Mangum

Senior Software Engineer, Upbound
Daniel Mangum is a senior software engineer at Upbound where he is a maintainer of Crossplane, an open source CNCF project. He also is a Technical Lead for Kubernetes SIG Release and is an active contributor to the Kubernetes project and multiple other open source efforts. He hosts... Read More →
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Steven Borrelli

Principal Solutions Engineer, upbound.io
Steven Borrelli is a Principal Software Engineer for Mastercard where he develops infrastructure automation software. Prior to Mastercard, Steven founded aster.is and was a core contributor to the open source Mantl.io project. He has held various roles over the past 20+ years, from... Read More →

Friday November 20, 2020 5:05pm - 6:30pm EST
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