Viscosity Sessions: Database Track
Infrastructure as Code: Running an Enterprise Kubernetes Cluster in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) with Terraform
Tuesday June 12, 2018 | Session 8, 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM
Presenter: Erik Espinoza
Co-Presenter: Emanuel Alejandro Cifuentes
When: Tuesday June 12, 2018
Session 8, 3:45 PM – 4:45 PM
Room: Oceanic 3, Lobby/Third Level
This session will delve into using an “infrastructure as code” approach to deploy and manage a Kubernetes cluster in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) with Terraform.
Kubernetes has become the go-to platform to manage and deliver solutions in the cloud. With all the power Kubernetes provides, it comes with a steep learning curve. With all the concepts to cover, it can be difficult to determine which parts are relevant and require attention when deciding to deploy a cluster into a cloud environment. In this session, I will explore the use of Terraform, a tool for building, changing, and versioning infrastructure safely and efficiently. I will also cover an Oracle project called Terraform-Kubernetes-installer
We will explore HA recommendations as well as tasks such as deploying and scaling up and down a Kubernetes cluster—all this with the ability to keep track of infrastructure changes though versioning.
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Meet the Speaker:
Erik Espinoza is a technology evangelist. He serves as a consulting solutions architect for Viscosity. Prior to joining Viscosity, Erik served as CTO for Kipo, an internet startup providing SaaS solutions. Kipo was one of the first startups in Guatemala City’s now-thriving tech center. Erik has also worked for Xerox, ACS, Banco Reformador, Carillo Law, and SkillBuilders. When not exploring technology, he volunteers as Scout Leader for the National Scout Association of Guatemala. He also works with Guatemalan youth as part of a gang outreach service.
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