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Jean-Philippe Clapot

Jean-Philippe Clapot

dbi services at AWS re:Invent 2021 : day 4

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For my day 3 recap, please jump here. The fourth day has started and I decided to attend a couple of session. Both are not in my direct field of expertise but promised to be very interesting. Network architectures for inbound traffic inspection This by chalk-talk was organized by Alexandra Huides and Tom Adamski, both Senior Architects from AWS. During various phases of an application lifecycle, people want to inspect inbound traffic coming from outer…

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Jean-Philippe Clapot

dbi services at AWS re:Invent 2021 : day 3

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For my day 2 recap, please jump here. Third day started and Las Vegas woke up (or maybe more, never sleeps! 🙂 ! ) Organized every morning by AWS, a breakfast is served in a huge (really huge !) hall of one of the hotel. Logistic management is one of the strengths of Amazon, everything is very well marked, and every attendee must follow the path. No collision, no misunderstanding, being there in a such…

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Jean-Philippe Clapot

dbi services at AWS re:Invent 2021 : day 2

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For my day 1 recap, please jump here. For the second day of that conference, I decided first to attend the keynote of Adam Selipsky, CEO of Amazon Web Services. Lots of annoucements as always covering various area and services. For instance : AWS Lake Formation, new Row and cell-level security, transactions for governed tables, a AWS Private 5G service allowing users to create their own private mobile network, a new AWS Mainframe Modernization service,…

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Jean-Philippe Clapot

dbi services at AWS re:Invent 2021 : day 1

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This year, dbi services attends the AWS re:Invent 2021 conference, in Las Vegas. In the current global health situation, this event has a bit of a unexpected flavor as the previous edition was organized virtually. Having in-person such amazing event is very great ! (yes, we even tried to draw the dbi services logo on that chalkboard 😉 ) Across 3 different beautiful and shiny places, numerous events are organized (1447 listed on the catalog…

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Jean-Philippe Clapot

Kubernetes : two different OCI runtimes

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Quick recap : in the previous episode, we have seen how to move from a Kubernetes cluster powered by Docker into a future-proof Kubernetes cluster, using containerd. Now let’s move on and fully enjoy the power of having this CRI intermediate layer sitting below the kubelet. containerd and OCI runtimes containerd is a high level container runtime. It is CRI compliant, CRI being the API from Kubernetes for container runtimes. Here below a good picture of…

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Jean-Philippe Clapot

Kubernetes : from Docker to containerd

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Kubernetes is very popular and well-known open-source orchestration platform for containers. Very dynamic ecosystem, the release cycle is also very fast. Six months passed since the K8s team announced the dockershim will be deprecated and the 1.22 release deadline is approaching. As they informed in their quite detailed post in early Dec. 2020, Docker support will be removed in 1.22 : https://kubernetes.io/blog/2020/12/02/dont-panic-kubernetes-and-docker/ We are here today in order to see how we can migrate, with minimal…

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