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Tuesday, May 9 • 5:10pm - 5:40pm
Kubernetes Quick Wins and Migration Best Practices: RingCentral Example - Ivan Anisimov, RingCentral

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Service discovery, automated rollouts and rollbacks, and self-healing are among the many benefits that you’ve probably heard about Kubernetes. But you know that it's no small undertaking and can be a multi-year project for enterprises to migrate. In this talk, RingCentral shares their learnings from their on-going migration and will highlight key projects that can help your migration start small and continue safely. This talk covers: - The Kubernetes and CNCF project benefits that were essential at RingCentral: Security and Compliance in a highly regulated industry, Scale, and Reliability - The projects and products in their architecture for these capabilities (Kubernetes, Git, Trivy, Harbor, Kustomize, Git, Kyverno, NixOS, Flux, Flagger, testkube, etc.) - How you can start to set up similar infrastructure - Which low-hanging fruit to tackle first - How to configure your repos - How to set up your architecture to minimize risk of human error and failure so that your teams can learn as they go safely and without fear. At the end of this talk, you’ll have a real world-tested example and pragmatic steps to follow to start on your Kubernetes journey. At last year's GitOpsCon talk RingCentral shared their use case and solution. This talk walks through the actual steps and updates.

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Ivan Anisimov

Director of Engineering, RingCentral
Ivan has 10+ years of experience of working in software development as a Software Engineer, Department/Team Lead, and Architect. At RingCentral, Ivan has worn many hats to lead the company’s needs in Big Data, Analytics, and now AI. Ivan’s previous roles also include CEO and... Read More →

Tuesday May 9, 2023 5:10pm - 5:40pm PDT
Meeting Room 220
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