SF Bay Cloud Native Open Infra Meetup
November 1, 2018
Redwood City, CA
Docker containers are great for running stateless microservices, but what about stateful applications such as databases and persistent queues? Kubernetes provides the StatefulSets controller for such applications that have to manage data in some form of persistent storage. While StatefulSets is a great start, a lot more goes into ensuring high performance, data durability and high availability for stateful apps in Kubernetes. We will cover 5 best practices that developers and operations engineers should be aware of. And we will demonstrate how to run a complete E-Commerce application powered by YugaByte DB, when all services are deployed in Kubernetes.