September 25 - 27 | Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Tuesday, September 25 • 15:30 - 17:20
Tutorial: NFV features in Kubernetes: A Hands-on Tutorial - Douglas Smith, Red Hat & Kuralamudhan Ramakrishnan, Intel

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In this tutorial, you will get to put your hands on the keyboard and spin up a Kubernetes environment and enable some NFV features that can be used today. This includes Kubernetes Networking and computing features.

The Kubernetes world is often focused on web-scale problems -- in the NFV world (and the high performance networking world-at-large) we have a lot of problems to solve that aren’t just simply “a single interface with HTTPS traffic”. You'll have a walkthrough to get a Kubernetes cluster up, and look into attaching multiple network interfaces to pods using Multus CNI, - a CNI plugin that allows you to attach multiple network interfaces to your Kubernetes pods and have an introduction on using SR-IOV from pods. You'll be introduced to a number of tools to get you equipped enough to get involved in the open source community in which these tools are being developed.

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Kuralamudhan Ramakrishnan

Senior Software Engineer, Intel
Kuralamudhan Ramakrishnan is working as a Senior Network Software Engineer in Intel, Shannon Ireland. Kuralamudhan has specialised in the field of Networking for past 8 years in storage and data management and worked in Telco industries. His area of interest is in container networking... Read More →
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Doug Smith

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat, Inc
Doug Smith is a Principal Software Engineer for OpenShift Engineering at Red Hat. Focusing on Network Function Virtualization and container technologies, Doug integrates new networking technologies with container systems like Kubernetes and OpenShift. He is a member of the Network... Read More →

Tuesday September 25, 2018 15:30 - 17:20 CEST