Open Source Summit 2017 – a week in Pragues

Open Source Summit 2017 – a week in Pragues

The Adaltas crew went to the Open Source Summit 2017 as well as the Mesos Summit 2017 held in Pragues about 3 weeks back. On this occasion, we compiled a series of articles about the conferences that have marked us most.

Over the 3-day period of the Open Source Summit, there is no doubt that Kubernetes was the star of the various talks, becoming the de-facto standard for container orchestration. The conference followed its integration announcement by Mesos-based DC/OS in september as well as the one of Docker in october.

With Kurbenetes comes a rich and growing ecosystem, a few of them hosted under the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Here are a few:

Overall, we had a wonderful time in Pragues and we wish to thank the organizers as well as the speaker for sharing their talent. Now, let’s get to the articles:

Scaling massive, real-time data pipelines with Go

Last week at the Open Source Summit in Prague, Jean de Klerk held a talk called Scaling massive, real-time data pipelines with Go. This article goes over the main points of the talk, detailing the steps Jean went through when optimising his pipelines, explaining critical parts of his code and reproducing his benchmark results. […]

Micro Services

Back in the days, applications were monolithic and we could use an IP address to access a service. With virtual machines (VM), multiple hosts started to appear on the same machine with multiple apps. Things were still similar with VMs and physical machines as services were still accessible from an IP. With MicroServices, things changed and people were not prepared. [...]

Kubernetes 1.8

The 1.8 release of Kubernetes brings a lot of new things. With 2500+ pull request, 2000+ commits, 400+ commiters, Kubernetes added 39 new features in this version. This is the richest release in terms of features, for comparison the 1.7 version contained only 28 features. For this release the Kubernetes team focused on three main areas: security, workloads and extensibility. [...]


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