Gary Cote Subject Matter Expert with Award Solutions presents a hands-on approach to Kubernetes and Tungsten Fabric. You can learn a lot by reading whitepapers and studying chart decks, but let’s face it: it’s always more fun to get hands-on. This presentation will demonstrate how to quickly and easily create a cluster of servers in AWS that run Kubernetes and use Tungsten Fabric to manage the networking. You can use the cluster to experiment with container orchestration and virtual network resource management. We are going to attempt to make this an interactive session for anyone who wants to attempt to duplicate the process. If you are interested, you must have your own Amazon Web Service (AWS) account. You would also need to bring your own computer.
DFW Software Defined Networking (SDN) Group - Getting your hands dirty with Kubernetes and Tungsten Fabric