Multicloud Kubernetes as a Service and Cross-Cloud Storage
Kubernetes has traditionally been evaluated as a great open-source platform to enable stateless applications like microservices. As the platform has evolved, handling of stateful application and data centric use-cases has growth. However, when trying to make stateful applications highly available and portable across public clouds, we run into major data portability issues.
In this demo session, we will show how to solve data replication and workload mobility with resiliency in mind. During the 30 minute session, we will deploy an application where your data and workloads are available with reliable and predictable failover, measured in under 60 seconds.
We will demonstrate how to:
Create a unified abstraction layer above public clouds, reaping benefits from CSPs while staying cloud-independent,
Enjoy an unrestricted stateful/stateless Kubernetes application mobility and move your entire stateful application stack to another Cloud Provider by adding another replica to the volume,
Ensure business continuity for stateful/stateless applications.
Leon is co-founder and CTO at CAST AI. Formerly Vice President of Security Products OCI at Oracle, Leon has 20+ years of experience spanning across companies such as IBM, Truition, and HostedPCI. He founded and served as the CTO of Zenedge, acquired by Oracle).
Uri Zaidenwerg is the DevOps Lead at Replix, a multi cloud data service for Kubernetes. A seasoned DevOps engineer, Uri’s expertise covers various stacks of applications along with a deep strategic understanding of technology and processes, both in development and production. He is an alumnus of the Israeli military’s elite Center of Computing and Information Systems unit, MAMRAM.
Michael Greenberg, an entrepreneur and IT infrastructure expert with more than 20 years in storage and UNIX systems design, Michael heads the Product team at Replix. Prior to Replix, he served as chief architect at EverCompliant and co-founded Leanscape as well as Leandigo. Michael is a veteran of the IDF’s elite cyber intelligence corps, Unit 8200.