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Friday, November 20 • 5:55pm - 6:30pm
Managing Cloud Native Artifacts for Large Scale Kubernetes Cluster - Henry Zhang, VMware & Mingming Pei, Netease

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When managing artifacts like container images and Helm charts for cloud native apps, users often face challenges such as efficiently publishing applications to Kubernetes cluster at scale, enforcing access control, identifying image vulnerabilities and backing up cloud native artifacts.

In this talk, we introduce real-world use cases for managing images and Helm charts in CI/CD pipeline and production environment. The cases are summarized from production users of Kubernetes, including these aspects:

1. Setting up a highly available and scale-out registry service for a Kubernetes cluster
2. Synchronizing images and Helm charts of cloud native applications across multiple cloud environments or data centers
3. Preventing images with vulnerabilities from getting into production
4. Using P2P approach to efficiently distribute images in a large cluster
5. Integrated management in CI/CD

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Henry Zhang

FATE TSC member, VMware
Haining Henry Zhang is a Technical Director at VMware China R&D, where he leads the development and incubation of projects on emerging technologies such as AI/ML, cloud native applications, and blockchain. He is the founder of CNCF's graduated project, Harbor, and currently serves... Read More →
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Mingming Pei

Architect, Netease
Mingming Pei is an Architect of NetEase Qingzhou, a cloud native platform in NetEase, one of the largest internet companies in China. He is a maintainer of Harbor – a CNCF hosted incubating open source project. He is responsible for cloud native DevOps of NetEase Qingzhou. He has... Read More →

Friday November 20, 2020 5:55pm - 6:30pm EST
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