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Thursday, February 19 • 11:20am - 12:10pm
A Decade of Linux Application Container Operations at Google: What We Have Learned and How It Applies To You - Craig McLuckie, Google

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We have been running production versions of container technologies at Google for the last decade. Today everything inside Google runs in containers, from Search to GMail. Linux application containers have changed the way Google runs, but did introduced some unique new operating challenges. During this session we will relate some of our experiences, and talk about how Kubernetes our Open Source container manager is solves real world problems in the container management and orchestration space that customers either face today, or will soon face as they build complex container based systems.

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Craig McLuckie

Group Product Manager, Google
Craig Mcluckie is a group product manager at Google. He was the product lead for Google Compute Engine, Google's infrastructure as a service product. He then went on to found Kubernetes, an open source cluster manager, and Google Container Engine, Google's hosted Docker container... Read More →

Thursday February 19, 2015 11:20am - 12:10pm PST
Alexander Valley Ballroom II

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