DevOps Pro Moscow 2018

Oleg Trautvein

Kublr, Russia

About Oleg Trautvein

Oleg Trautvein programmer company Kublr, priority deals with centralized logging. Prior to that, he had been programming in Java for 15 years and managed the development of enterprise applications in large companies. Since 2018, he has been involved in the development of the most innovative product Kublr, allowing even an entry-level engineer to deploy in the clouds or on bare metal Kubernetes, allowing to deploy applications of any scale with the maximum degree of availability.


Containerize and Kubernetes: Centralized Control 

Containers and Kubernetes are becoming the de-facto standard for software distribution, management, and operations. Development teams see and realize the power of these technologies to improve efficiencies, save time, and enable focus on the unique business requirements of each project, but the process of deploying, running, managing, and handling upgrades for Kubernetes is time-consuming and requires significant in-house expertise. InfoSec, infrastructure, and software operations teams, for example, face myriad challenges when managing a new set of tools and technologies as they integrate them into an existing enterprise infrastructure.

In this session, Slava Koltovich will provide an overview of the general architecture of a centralized Kubernetes operations layer based on open-source components such as Prometheus, Graphana, ELK Stack, KeyCloak, etc. From there, he will outline the unique challenges to consider for each of the following critical elements before embarking on a containerization and Kubernetes strategy:

  • Centralized monitoring and log collection; audit
  • Identity and access management
  • Backup and disaster recovery
  • Infrastructure management capabilities

Additional Info: The audience will leave this session with a better understanding of containers and Kubernetes and how to go about a successful implementation strategy, including: 

  • Architecting centralized scalable log and metrics collection from multiple Kubernetes clusters;
  • Integrating and adapting general purpose identity brokers for identity management on Kubernetes clusters at scale; and
  • A unique approach to backup and disaster recovery of Kubernetes clusters including application running in the cluster.

By looking at each of these areas, attendees will leave with an understanding of how to ensure a successful container and Kubernetes ‘implementationDay 2’ operations.