Kubernetes (and OpenShift) for Developers

Track: Cloud Infrastructure

The first PaaS debuted in 2005. Designed to make developers’ lives easier and operations obsolete, PaaS barely registered in the enterprise landscape. Kubernetes v1 debut in 2015 and changed the game.

Kubernetes dominates mindshare (and market share), has been adopted by all major IT vendors, and faces no real competition for container orchestration. Kubernetes is now one of the hottest and most in-demand skills in our profession.

While Kubernetes makes running containers easier it can make development more complex. In this talk we will look at how deploying to Kubernetes effects your day to day work as a developer from test/compile/commit to design patterns and tooling.

Jeremy Davis

I am a Chief Architect for App Dev Technologies at Red Hat. I solve problems, sling open source software, spend a lot of time on airplanes, and recently purchased a Fender Jazzmaster.