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November 17–November 20, 2020
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Tuesday, November 17 • 1:00pm - Friday, November 20 • 7:00pm
Sponsored Session: Salesforce - Generic Sidecar Injector for Kubernetes

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When Kubernetes announced the support for Mutating admission controllers in 1.9 release, the sidecar pattern really became a “first-class citizen” of Kubernetes. Many of the infrastructure teams at Salesforce independently chose the Kubernetes mutating admission controller webhook model to dynamically inject sidecars in Kubernetes workloads. This worked well until we realized that each of the teams was writing the same code, debugging the same problems and testing the same code. At that point we took a step back and created a generic way of dealing with injection of sidecars and open sourced it. With very little configuration, any team can create a mutating admission controller without writing any code that works based on annotations and is battle tested. Let's take a look at the demo.


Mayank Kumar

Software Engineering Architect, Salesforce

Hayk Baluyan

Senior MTS, Salesforce

Tuesday November 17, 2020 1:00pm - Friday November 20, 2020 7:00pm EST
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