Wednesday, November 20 • 4:25pm - 5:00pm
Cruise’s Self-Driving Networking Journey - Bernard Van De Walle & Can Yucel, Cruise

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Through its exponential growth, the Platform team at Cruise experienced a networking self-driving journey. We scaled our network across numerous clusters, multiple tenants, and multiple thousands of new pods instances a day.

We will take you on a tour of our architecture and you will get a better understanding of how we choose to configure our network and security in order to support Kubernetes loads across multiple regions and multiple environments. We will specifically showcase how we do this on a public cloud (GCP) even though similar results could be achieved on-prem.

You will come out of this session with concrete examples on what it takes to build your network and security needs for internal tenants at scale while keeping internal stakeholders happy (Platform, security and networking).

avatar for Can “Jon” Yucel

Can “Jon” Yucel

Senior Software Engineer, Cruise
Can “Jon” Yucel is a software engineer and technical lead of the PaaS Traffic team at Cruise with the primary focus of internal/external/multi-cluster load balancers, service meshes, hybrid DNS and platform level networking.
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Bernard Van De Walle

Principal traffic engineer, Splunk
Bernard is a traffic engineer at Splunk. He is leading the Istio and service Mesh efforts as part of the traffic engineering team. Before this, Bernard had experiences with operations for large scale deployments of Kubernetes and reverse proxies such as Envoy and Nginx.

Wednesday November 20, 2019 4:25pm - 5:00pm PST
Room 11AB - San Diego Convention Center Upper Level
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