Deploying a Database on (not next to) KubernetesDate: Dec 9, 202010:00AM PST (UTC-8) Containers & Virtualization
Join Us for a Complimentary Live Webinar Sponsored by Cockroach Labs
Kubernetes is a paradigm shift. It requires a wholly new way of thinking about our applications as services. But what about the database? Many try to deploy a legacy database on Kubernetes, but it is a bit of a square peg in a round hole.
Luckily, some have reimagined the database from the ground up to be distributed so you can deploy it ON Kubernetes and ensure uptime and survive any pod failure. You can deploy OLTP workloads on Kubernetes!
In this webinar we will walk through the architecture of a distributed database and talk about the following:
- The challenges of databases on Kubernetes
- Delivering SQL, easy scale, and survival
- A deep dive into a distributed database architecture
- RAFT, MVCC and key tech that fuels distributed database
- Why distributed SQL is right for all workloads
This webinar is sponsored by Cockroach Labs and hosted by The Linux Foundation.
Jim Walker, VP, Product Marketing, Cockroach Labs
Jim is a recovering developer turned product marketer and has spent his career in emerging tech and open source. He believes product marketing is a core strategic function for early-stage companies and helps them translate complex concepts into a compelling, effective core narrative and market strategy. He is an advocate of the developer and an active participant in several open source communities.
Keith McClellan, Director of Partner Solutions Engineering, Cockroach Labs
Keith McClellan is Director of Partner Solutions Engineering at Cockroach Labs. Keith’s responsible for building CockroachDB-based solutions with our largest technology partners, including several Kubernetes distributions and the broader open-source ecosystem. Prior to Cockroach Labs, he held leadership positions in cloud-native and big data companies including DataStax, Mesosphere (now D2IQ), and Platfora.