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October 24 - 25, 2022
Detroit, MI
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Monday, October 24
 

8:00am EDT

Registration + Badge Pickup + Breakfast
Sunrise Buffet
  • Seasonal carved sliced fruit, and berries (Vegan, DF, GF)
  • Freshly baked pastries, muffins, croissants (Vegetarian)
  • Butter, preserves (Vegetarian, GF)
  • Scrambled eggs, fresh fine herbs (Vegetarian, GF)
  • Crustless Plant-based Garden Vegetable Quiche (Vegan, DF)
  • House Fries (Vegetarian, GF)
  • Turkey sausage (GF)

  Fruit Juice, Ice Water, Freshly Brewed Coffee & Tea
 

Monday October 24, 2022 8:00am - 9:00am EDT
Foyer / 410A / 410B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

9:00am EDT

Opening Ceremonies
Monday October 24, 2022 9:00am - 9:15am EDT
420A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

9:15am EDT

Steering AMA
Monday October 24, 2022 9:15am - 10:00am EDT
420A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

10:00am EDT

Break
Blueberry Meyer Lemon Yogurt Shortcake Shooter
(Vegetarian)

Carved Seasonal Fruit and Berries Platter
(Plant-Based, GF, DF)

Plant Based House Made Nut-Free Granola Bars
Oats, Michigan Maple Syrup, Mi-Mare Chocolate, local dried fruit, a hint of Vanilla, Sea salt,
Ginger, Cinnamon (NF, Vegan, Gluten Free) 

Freshly Brewed Coffee & Tea

Monday October 24, 2022 10:00am - 10:15am EDT
Foyer / 410A / 410B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

10:15am EDT

No One is Saving Us But Us
No one corporation, individual, or organization can save or sustain open source. There is no sweeping solution to sustainability, as we have seen in decades of trying to maintain the commons we all depend on. Project funding, corporate support of full-time contributors, and balance in contributors’ lives are all critical to keep a large project healthy. But this isn’t all doom and gloom: we provide hope for our own future. Join Tabitha and Paris, as they discuss how your intentionality helps our sustainability. As an organization participating or an individual donating their time, how can we help each other successfully let our projects go on without us? How do mutual aid principles apply in open source? Where do corporations fit into the larger “us”? Intentional open source strategies sustain our long term needs by supporting the people doing the work. There isn’t one person or group working on open source sustainability - we all need to in whatever way we can: through participation, sticking around, and having a plan. Walk away with a beautiful idea of how you are contributing to the long term success of Kubernetes and the open source projects that you care about.


Monday October 24, 2022 10:15am - 10:40am EDT
420A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

10:15am EDT

SIG Instrumentation F2F
This is a collaborative session for SIG Instrumentation, any and all volunteers are welcome to join :) We'd love to collaborate on the future of SIG Instrumentation and the direction we'd like to taking in observing Kubernetes.

Speakers
avatar for Han Kang

Han Kang

Staff Software Engineer, Google
Han Kang is a Staff Software Engineer at Google. Han co-chairs SIG instrumentation, where he focuses on efforts to improve metric quality. He also participates in SIG API Machinery, where he works on things related to control-plane boot-sequences and health-checking.
avatar for David Ashpole

David Ashpole

Senior Software Engineer, Google
David Ashpole currently works for Google on Kubernetes and OpenTelemetry.  He was previously deeply involved in Sig-Node, and drove many enhancements around monitoring and resource management. He is currently co-Tech Lead for Sig-Instrumentation, and is working on adding Distributed... Read More →
avatar for Damien Grisonnet

Damien Grisonnet

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Damien Grisonnet is a Software Engineer at Red Hat, he is very active in the monitoring ecosystem of Kubernetes for which he serves as a technical lead for Kubernetes SIG Instrumentation as well as a maintainer for projects such as kube-state-metrics, metrics-server, and prometheus-adapter... Read More →


Monday October 24, 2022 10:15am - 11:10am EDT
412B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

10:15am EDT

Doc Sprint
Monday October 24, 2022 10:15am - 12:10pm EDT
413A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

10:45am EDT

How Kubernetes upstream training has been held in Japan for four years, getting over the COVID-19 situation
We have held kubernetes upstream training sessions at public events in Japan, e.g. CloudNative Days Tokyo, OpenSourceSummit Japan, etc., 8 times for 4 years and have gotten lots of new contributors.

It's true to get more contributors is something difficult, because of some barriers: language, culture and chance to learn how to contribute.

In the past Kubernetes Contributor Summit 2019 SanDiego, we shared how to hold the upstream training in our own country. This time, we'd like to share how we arranged the training under the COVID-19 situation.


Monday October 24, 2022 10:45am - 11:10am EDT
420A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

11:15am EDT

Contributing to Kubernetes Made Easier than ever with Codespaces
Contributing to open-source is fun, rewarding, and full of learning but sometimes it could just get really difficult making contributions. Some projects might require you to navigate the labyrinth of setting up a very specific environment to build the project or some high-powered hardware or some test infrastructure or some super complex setup. What if this process could be made easier and faster while solving these pain points?

Enter GitHub Codespaces and .devcontainers

In this talk Rishit, a Kubernetes contributor who often uses GitHub Codespaces, and Craig, a product manager on the GitHub Codespaces team will show how they leverage cloud environments created with Codespaces to contribute to open-source CNCF projects with a special focus on using it to contribute to Kubernetes. They also demonstrate how one can leverage .devcontainers to further customize and standardize using Codespaces. The speakers not only share their personal experiences and tips to make the most out of Codespaces but also be well suited for folks new to Codespaces and demonstrate how it can be used.

Though we greatly focus on how Codespaces make contributing to Kubernetes easier the audience for this talk could also apply these insights to contribute to other open-source projects easily and faster! This talk will have useful content for new contributors, maintainer as well as seasoned contributors.

Speakers
avatar for Craig Peters

Craig Peters

Product Manager, GitHub
I love building tools to help developers, and aspiring developers, do better work
avatar for Rishit Dagli

Rishit Dagli

Student, Narayana Junior College; Incoming University of Toronto
I am a high school student from Mumbai, India. I love working with Machine Learning, especially Computer Vision and Kubernetes but you will also find me working with Android. I am an active contributor to multiple open-source projects like TensorFlow, KubeFlow, and Kubernetes. I also... Read More →



Monday October 24, 2022 11:15am - 11:40am EDT
420A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

11:15am EDT

kubectl apply/prune direction
kubectl apply/prune has been alpha for many years, and it has some fundamental limitations. See:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1y747qL3GYMDDYHR8SqJ-6iWjQEdCJwK_n0z_KHcwa3I/edit?usp=sharing
This discussion would cover the possible directions for this important functionality. It would be especially helpful to hear use prune use cases from community members.

Monday October 24, 2022 11:15am - 11:40am EDT
413B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

11:15am EDT

SIG-Multicluster meet & greet and brainstorm
Dedicated face to face time for SIG-Multicluster to meet in person and brainstorm on topics relevant to the SIG. If there are too many people we will break out into several brainstorming groups. A non-exhaustive list of potential breakout topics are: *multicluster controllers and operators *multicluster statefulsets *MCS for multi network *Multi cluster network policy *multicluster workload placement. Add your ideas or +1s to the Kubecon NA agenda placeholder at https://tinyurl.com/sig-multicluster-notes.

Speakers
avatar for Laura Lorenz

Laura Lorenz

Software Engineer, Google
Laura Lorenz is a software engineer at Google working on GKE, particularly GKE’s managed offering of the MCS API. She is an active member of Kubernetes’ special interest group SIG-Multicluster.


Monday October 24, 2022 11:15am - 12:10pm EDT
412A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

11:45am EDT

Challenges with OSS Docs: Versioning, Search, and Diagrams
The Kubernetes community uses static site generators (Hugo+Docsy, Mkdocs, etc) and markdown to radically simplify managing open source project docs. I'm a huge fan. Some issues remain complex, namely managing different content versions, providing high quality search, and maintaining diagrams. A discussion of these problems, and a look at potential solutions.

Speakers
avatar for Geoffrey Cline

Geoffrey Cline

Open Source Tech Writer, AWS


Monday October 24, 2022 11:45am - 12:10pm EDT
420A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

11:45am EDT

Launching Prow Plugins from Github Actions
I finished an initial proof-of-concept custom GitHub Action called pga that runs a subset of Prow Plugins.I would be happy to give a demo of it in action and describe why the work was undertaken, go over some implementation details, and what I think the next steps are from an implementation point of view.
I would like to discuss the strategy behind considering this tool for use in the wider CNCF project community for smaller, resource constrained projects and get feedback from the k8s community.
Deck
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1NcPTJL0Lw8Y0-ovaSAIS7AM_zsEkIyLwKYDeTniHSqA/edit?usp=sharing

Monday October 24, 2022 11:45am - 12:10pm EDT
413B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

12:10pm EDT

Lunch and Brown Bag wtih SMEs
Butcher Block Sandwich Shop Buffet

Salad

Farmers Market Salad (Vegan, GF, NF)
  • Baby greens, beet and carrot curls, cucumbers, tomato gems, and, strawberries. (Vegan, GF)
    Maytag blue cheese (Vegetarian, GF, NF)
  • Raspberry vinaigrette, chive creamy dressing (Vegetarian, GF, NF)
Heirloom Potato Salad (Vegetarian, GF, NF)
  • Assorted heirloom petit potatoes with whole grain creamy mustard dressing

Soup
  • Seasonal Vegan Soup (Vegan, GF)

Petit Sandwiches
  • Halal chicken breast, crispy lettuce, semi-dried tomato, avocado aioli, sourdough roll (NF)
  • Carved beef tenderloin, blue cheese, horseradish aioli, multigrain roll (NF)
  • Fresh mozzarella, heirloom tomato, roasted peppers, aged balsamic aioli, sourdough roll (Vegetarian, NF) - Gluten Free
  • Roasted vegetable planks, crispy tofu, cranberry bean cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, ciabatta bread (Vegan, DF, NF)

House Made Chips
(Vegan, GF, NF)


Desserts
  • Fresh seasonal fruit and berry salad (Vegan, GF, NF)
  • Assortment of house cupcakes (Vegetarian, NF)
  • Chef’s Choice Vegan Dessert

Assorted Beverages

Monday October 24, 2022 12:10pm - 1:10pm EDT
Foyer / 410A / 410B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

1:10pm EDT

Why We Moved the Kubernetes Image Registry
In the middle of 2022, the official Kubernetes registry was moved to registry.k8s.io. This change is only the most visible part of big improvements going on behind the scenes led by SIG K8s-Infra to lower our image serving costs.

In this session, Arnaud, Ben, and Puerco will go through some of the challenges involved in distributing the registry and how the new serving mechanism ensures we'll preserve the project's financials better. We'll talk about what the registry change means to projects under the Kubernetes umbrella and to our downstream consumers.

Finally, a reminder that there is still work to do to get KEP-3000 across the finish line! We'll go over a brief overview on what is still missing and how you can help us get there.

Speakers
avatar for Arnaud Meukam

Arnaud Meukam

Open Source Engineer, Independent
Arnaud is a Open Source Engineer and he is a core Kubernetes contributor. He is been involved in the project for over 4 years now, is the SIG Chair for the Kubernetes Infrastructure Group and Release manager.


Monday October 24, 2022 1:10pm - 1:35pm EDT
420A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

1:10pm EDT

Hurdles for new K8s contributors
What are the hurdles for new contributors to K8s, and how can we categorize and prioritize them? I am very interested in gathering the perspectives of both new and long-time K8s contributors. I worry that those of us who have been doing this too long don't remember what it was like to be new.

Monday October 24, 2022 1:10pm - 1:35pm EDT
413B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

1:10pm EDT

Cluster API Status Update and Roadmap Planning
After a long time we haven’t met in person, the Cluster API maintainers are looking forward to getting together, having a short status update about ongoing initiatives and then having an open discussion about what is next for the project such as; next steps for the newly formed release-team, the release calendar, open proposals, and forward looking ideas.
Let’s make it happen!

Speakers
avatar for Stefan Büringer

Stefan Büringer

Senior Software Engineer, VMware
Stefan is a Senior Software Engineer at VMware, a Kubernetes contributor since about 3 years and a Cluster API maintainer. Previously, he was part of the team that develops and operates the Mercedes-Benz Kubernetes platform. When not in front of a computer, he enjoys time with family... Read More →
avatar for Fabrizio Pandini

Fabrizio Pandini

Staff Engineer 1, VMware
A Kubernetes contributor obsessed with making Kubernetes lifecycle simple and consistent across all the types of infrastructures, so everyone can build amazing applications on top of it. When I’m not busy as a SIG Cluster Lifecycle tech-lead or as a project maintainer in Cluster... Read More →
CR

Cecile Robert-Michon

Senior Software Engineer, Microsoft
Cecile Robert-Michon is a Senior Software Engineer at Microsoft Azure and serves as a maintainer for multiple SIG Cluster Lifecycle, including Cluster API, Cluster API Provider Azure, and Image Builder.


Monday October 24, 2022 1:10pm - 2:05pm EDT
412B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

1:10pm EDT

Gateway API Working Session
We've spent years working remotely on this API, it could be helpful to have an in person brainstorming session covering some of our bigger topics. Depending on what attendees are most interested in, we could:

- talk through route delegation and inclusion, moving the GEP closer to implementable
- explore GAMMA topics, especially around resource attachment
- discuss future priorities for Gateway API and a timeline for GA

Speakers

Monday October 24, 2022 1:10pm - 2:05pm EDT
412A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

1:10pm EDT

Doc Sprint
Monday October 24, 2022 1:10pm - 3:05pm EDT
413A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

1:40pm EDT

Technical values of Kubernetes Community
Every Community is defined by its values. It attracts people thinking alike and people evolve these values. In this session we will try to formulate Kubernetes Technical values. When making a technical tradeoff do we care about performance or consistency, opinionated API or generalization, taking dependencies or pushing dependencies. The session will have an intro that will put some structure to the discussion and will be an open discussions forum from there.

Speakers

Monday October 24, 2022 1:40pm - 2:05pm EDT
420A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

1:40pm EDT

Extending kubemark for measuring CNI performance at large scale
We have been working on a PoC that extends kubemark to run real CNI drivers and allocate IPs from them for cost-effective large scale testing. We shared our idea with sig-scale some time ago to ensure they have no concerns.
We have made some progress since, and we can share some very-early-very-initial set of results with a working demo. I want to get feedback on whether this might be something the community finds useful, and if yes, want to seek out ideas on how best to proceed given what we currently have.
Here is the summary slides describing our approach with design doc link

Monday October 24, 2022 1:40pm - 2:05pm EDT
413B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

2:10pm EDT

Seeding "kubectl bind" – getting over operators and CRDs as a community
We have CRDs and operators since 2016. Where are we heading as community with them? Are they solving the problems we have today?

We believe: CRDs and the patterns around them block innovation and collaboration in the ecosystem. The problem landscape is not anymore that of 2016. CRDs were never made to connect services of multiple clusters, or to consume APIs of 3rdparty service providers. Kubernetes does not provide the service consumption model of today. The ecosystem has learned to work around this, with lots of toil and complexity.

"kubectl bind" is a vision for a world where SaaS can natively be consumed, without all the complexity of running operators and the immense cost of building them:

$ kubectl krew install bind
$ kubectl bind service https://mangodb.com

BOOM – we can create resources. Vendor neutral. Native. Nocode. Nopods. Nooperators.

Speakers
avatar for Stefan Schimanski

Stefan Schimanski

Senior Principal Engineer, Red Hat
Stefan is a Senior Principal Software Developer at Red Hat working on Kubernetes and kcp, with a focus on API machinery, extension points and developer tools as part of Sig API Machinery. He contributed a major part of the CRD feature set. Stefan is a 2nd time GoogleSummer of Code... Read More →


Monday October 24, 2022 2:10pm - 2:35pm EDT
420A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

2:10pm EDT

Multi-cluster horror stories
We all have those stories - whether they are our own or a friend 's or a customer's. Let compare notes about what we are struggling with around multi-cluster and help set priorities.

Monday October 24, 2022 2:10pm - 2:35pm EDT
413B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

2:10pm EDT

CRI: long term evolution
We going to have round table and "whiteboard" session between Kubelet, containerd and CRI-O developers to talk about upcoming functionality that is in pipelines in forms of KEPs, PRs or just ideas. This will include topics related to overall design: "imperative vs. declarative", container metrics, scaling, resource management, VM based runtimes, etc.


Monday October 24, 2022 2:10pm - 3:05pm EDT
412B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

2:10pm EDT

New Release Opt-in Process Reflections
This will be dedicated time to reflect on the release team's migration from the sheet to Github Project board, and discuss logistics of the board with docs, release notes team. SIG leads, product readiness reviewers are invited in addition to the release team.

Speakers
avatar for Grace Nguyen

Grace Nguyen

Grace is a junior at the University of Waterloo working on the Kubernetes Release Team since v1.22


Monday October 24, 2022 2:10pm - 3:05pm EDT
412A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

2:40pm EDT

API battle scars
Let's compare the places where we have found the kube API to be... problematic. It's important that we all learn from each other's mistakes, so let's take apart some of the worst "seemed like a good idea at the time" situations.

Monday October 24, 2022 2:40pm - 3:05pm EDT
413B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

3:05pm EDT

Break
Popcorn
Individual sized bags

Pretzel Poppers
Bavarian pretzel bites served with spicy brown mustard
(Vegetarian)

House Bark - Michigan Cherry
Michigan Tart Cherries, Candied Lime/Vegan Bittersweet Chocolate (Vegan, GF, DF)

Assorted Beverages

Monday October 24, 2022 3:05pm - 3:20pm EDT
Foyer / 410A / 410B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

3:20pm EDT

Linting English? Authoring docs in IDEs
Markdown and static sites have, thankfully, simplified publishing and managing docs content in a large open source project. However, this tool chain may be a step backward when it comes to authoring high quality content. Why do users need to configure their own spell check? Why am I manually wrapping lines likes it’s 1940? A discussion of the docs contribution experience, and the tips I’ve picked up on.

Speakers
avatar for Geoffrey Cline

Geoffrey Cline

Open Source Tech Writer, AWS


Monday October 24, 2022 3:20pm - 3:45pm EDT
413A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

3:20pm EDT

The AdminNetworkPolicy API: A New Way for Cluster Admins To Enforce Security
Although the NetworkPolicy API allows developers to secure applications, admins have been forced to use out-of-tree APIs to secure clusters. This is evident by the large number of disparate CRDs offered by CNI plugins, such as Cilium’s ClusterWideNetworkPolicy and Calico’s GlobalNetworkPolicy. The SIG Network Policy API subgroup believes that such functionality should be provided by the core Kubernetes community to make cross-vendor portability possible and provide a standard solution for plugins which do not already implement such an API. The AdminNetworkPolicy API, written by a diverse group of community members and designed to specifically meet the needs of the cluster admin, is this solution. To date it has undergone two years of active development and over 800 (and counting) GitHub review comments, highlighting both the challenges and benefits of open source API development. This session will present the new API to the wider community and teach best practices regarding its use. Such learnings will enable the community to quickly adopt the AdminNetworkPolicy API and ensure future iterations include ideas from users throughout the Kubernetes ecosystem.

Speakers
avatar for Surya Seetharaman

Surya Seetharaman

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Surya is a passionate open source advocate and contributor working as a Software Engineer at RedHat. She is currently working on OpenShift CNI plugins like OVN-Kubernetes and OpenShift-SDN. Prior to joining RedHat she worked at CERN where she contributed to OpenStack Nova. Her areas... Read More →
avatar for Andrew Stoycos

Andrew Stoycos

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Andrew Stoycos is a Senior Software Engineer in Red Hat's office of the CTO working on all things Open Source Cloud Native Networking. He has been involved in OS communities such as OVN-Kubernetes and Submariner, while also being a member of SIG Network. Within SIG Network, Andrew... Read More →



Monday October 24, 2022 3:20pm - 3:45pm EDT
420A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

3:20pm EDT

Pod Lifecycle - the good, the bad, and the misunderstood
Pod Lifecycle is critical to formalize and document so that k8s users can understand what is the expected behavior for the lifecycle of their pods. This is important for users building on top of kubernetes (such as external controllers), so they can understand what guarantees there are around various lifecycle steps as well (us) the k8s developers.
There has been some recent challenges due to regressions in pod lifecycle, and I would like to discuss and gather feedback on what we can do to better define the pod lifecycle invariants, documentation, and sufficient conformance testing around this topic.

Monday October 24, 2022 3:20pm - 3:45pm EDT
413B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

3:20pm EDT

Multi-network in Kubernetes
To discuss the use cases, architecture and enablement of Multi-Networking in Kubernetes.


Monday October 24, 2022 3:20pm - 4:15pm EDT
412A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

3:20pm EDT

SIG Windows Development Environment
This workshop is going to provide an walkthrough for creating a complete updated Kubernetes development environment with Windows nodes.

Speakers
avatar for Amim Knabben

Amim Knabben

Senior Software Engineer, VMware
Software engineer with a focus on Cloud Native and Free and Open-Source Software, currently working at VMware as the Tanzu Kubernetes Grid Windows tech lead. Amim has been contributing to the Kubernetes community since 2020 mainly on SIG-Network and SIG-Windows initiatives. His main... Read More →
avatar for Xinqi Li

Xinqi Li

Software Engineer, VMware
Xinqi Li received her MS in Data Science from University of Pennsylvania and joined VMware directly after graduation. With an interest of cloud-native and distributed systems, she has been working on VMware Tanzu Kubernetes Grid for two years with a focus on networking and windows... Read More →



Monday October 24, 2022 3:20pm - 4:15pm EDT
412B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

3:50pm EDT

Gateway API: Building a k8s API with CRDs
Gateway API is the next generation set of Kubernetes networking APIs, covering load balancing, routing, mesh, and more. It's already been implemented by more than a dozen projects. In this talk we want to take some time to share our experience building this API, specifically focusing on the CRD experience. We'll cover some of the benefits and drawbacks we've found when using CRDs compared with developing APIs directly in k/k. This will include our concept of release channels, our versioning and compatibility guidelines, and our experiences with validation.

Speakers


Monday October 24, 2022 3:50pm - 4:15pm EDT
420A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

3:50pm EDT

Maintaining the quorum - running stateful workloads on Kubernetes
With the popularity of the Kubernetes project growing within the community, more and more end-users are starting to use it to run stateful workloads. While Kubernetes provide foundations to easily run these class of services orchestrating them poses unique operation challenges in order to maintain quorum and ensure no service downtime. In this session we would like to discuss best-practices and different solutions to run effectively stateful workloads adopted by the community as well area of improvement to the Kubernetes project.
Possible topics for conversation:
  • NoExecute taints
  • Non preemptable priority classes
  • PDB API
  • Controllers

Monday October 24, 2022 3:50pm - 4:15pm EDT
413B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

4:20pm EDT

Awards + Memorial
Monday October 24, 2022 4:20pm - 4:50pm EDT
420A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

4:50pm EDT

Group Photo
Monday October 24, 2022 4:50pm - 5:00pm EDT
Foyer / 410A / 410B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

6:00pm EDT

Contributor Celebration at Deluxx Fluxx Detroit
Monday October 24, 2022 6:00pm - 9:00pm EDT
Deluxx Fluxx Detroit 1274 Library St., Detroit, MI 48226
 
Tuesday, October 25
 

10:00am EDT

Gateway API Working Session (part 2)
We've spent years working remotely on this API, it could be helpful to have an in person brainstorming session covering some of our bigger topics. Depending on what attendees are most interested in, we could:

- talk through route delegation and inclusion, moving the GEP closer to implementable
- explore GAMMA topics, especially around resource attachment
- discuss future priorities for Gateway API and a timeline for GA

Speakers

Tuesday October 25, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm EDT
412B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

10:00am EDT

SIG Release Planning and Collaboration
Join SIG Release for an in person meeting where we will cover the roadmap, discuss work we want to get done over the next year, and plan initiatives. We'll also take this opportunity to reflect on what we've accomplished since the last KubeCon and let SIG contributors and new contributors meet and discuss how they'd like to be involved.

Speakers
avatar for Sascha Grunert

Sascha Grunert

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Sascha is a Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat, where he works on many different container related open-source projects like Kubernetes and CRI-O. He joined the open-source community in November 2018, having gained container experience before. Sascha's passions include contributing... Read More →


Tuesday October 25, 2022 10:00am - 12:00pm EDT
412A (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226

1:00pm EDT

Multi-network in Kubernetes Working Session
To discuss the use cases, architecture and enablement of Multi-Networking in Kubernetes.


Tuesday October 25, 2022 1:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
412B (Huntington Place Convention Center) 1 Washington Boulevard, Detroit, MI 48226
 
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