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Max Jonas Werner

Max Jonas Werner

Kubernetes at D2iQ

Session Name:  Top Three Benefits of Using GitOps Driven Multi-Cluster Workload Management via Flux CD

With Kubernetes becoming more and more popular every day, so is managing clusters at scale. Managing Kubernetes clusters the GitOps way via Flux CD operator you can manage thousands of clusters, each with dozens or even hundreds of nodes.

GitOps works by using Git as a single source of truth for declarative infrastructure and applications. For a Kubernetes cluster the Git repository hosts all resource manifests making up an application. Flux leverages this principle with a set of controllers watching one or more Git repositories for such manifests and automatically applies them.

Join this session, to learn the top three benefits of managing Kubernetes clusters at scale, the GitOps way using the Flux CD operator.

• Creates a simplified way to declaratively define thousands of clusters and perform operations on those clusters, as you would the workloads on the clusters
• Makes it easy to have a multi-tenancy approach where each team or group of applications gets their own cluster
• Operations against clusters are fully audited and attributable, as reverting changes is hard

Speaker Bio:

Max is a Kubernetes Evangelist and Engineer at D2iQ and based in Hamburg, Germany. After more than a decade as a fullstack developer in various positions, his passion for infrastructure engineering continued expanding, which eventually sealed the deal on his love for Kubernetes and its truly ReSTful API. Max works primarily on D2iQ's multi-cluster management offering, integrating various Open Source components like Kubefed and Flux, to which he also contributes. When not working on these projects he enjoys spending time with his kids or creating furniture in his woodshop.