Deploy like a Boss: Using Kubernetes and Apache Ignite!

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If downtime is not an option for you and your application needs to be extremely low-latency; what cocktail of open source projects can facilitate this best? Both Kubernetes and Apache Ignite are Open Source Frameworks that work exceedingly well together to achieve said goals. By working with containerization Kubernetes helps enable developers to work seamlessly with new versions of their applications, running them where they want with a flexibly scalable experience. Apache Ignite is the perfect complement to this. As a memory-centric platform Ignite allows you to access distributed data sets processing them using SQL and key-value operations, execute computations and much more. For the purposes of this webinar we will walk through the basics of a Kubernetes and Ignite deployment and how to set up a Apache Ignite cluster addressing the Kubernetes IP Finder, the Kubernetes Ignite Lookup Service, Sharing the Ignite Cluster Configuration, how to Deploy your Ignite Pods and Adjusting the Ignite Cluster Size when you need to scale. All in all, this should be an informative session which should enable you to work with both technologies for a better operational experience with your cluster.

Dani Traphagen
Solution Architect

Dani Traphagen is a solution architect for GridGain, where she consults on high-tech caching architectures. Previously, Dani consulted at DataStax and led technical training internationally on Apache Cassandra and DataStax Enterprise. Her passion for teaching began while working in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department at the University of California, Berkeley, where she taught scientists technical skills, helped create a data science course, and raised awareness about the growing open science community. Dani has since volunteered with and generated training content for a number of organizations, including software carpentry, women in technology, rOpenSci, and GitHub. Earlier in her career, Dani worked in cartilage tissue engineering at the University of California, San Francisco, where her interests for heavy machinery, science, and code fused. If you don’t catch Dani behind a computer, you’ll often see her in the wild, backpacking, riding her bike, or climbing things. She also makes sure to keep the coffee business afloat in her hometown of Hermosa Beach.