Wednesday, November 20 • 11:50am - 12:25pm
Growth and Design Patterns in the Extensions Ecosystem - Eric Tune, Google

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How big is the Kubernetes Extensions ecosystem today and how quickly has it grown? How many CNCF projects does it touch?  Data gathered from Github over 2 years by the speaker provides detailed answers.  

Based on experience as a Kubernetes contributor and API reviewer, and from analyzing hundreds of extensions, the speaker has identified recurring Design Patterns, like: Provisioner, Composition, Enforcer, Claim, and Class.  End users will learn to recognize the patterns, and API authors will learn when to apply them.
The talk will be accessible to a general audience. However, experts on Kubernetes Extensions will still find ideas and data not presented anywhere before. Illustrative examples will be used from various CNCF projects, such as Vitess, Jaeger, OpenEBS, and Rook.

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Eric Tune

Senior Staff Software Engineer, Google
Eric is a Senior Staff Software Engineer at Google, where he is an overall lead technical lead on Google Container Engine (GKE). He started contributing to Kubernetes in 2014. Before Kubernetes, he worked on Google's Borg project, and was a co-author of the Borg paper.

Wednesday November 20, 2019 11:50am - 12:25pm
Pacific Ballroom, Salon 23-24 - Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina Hotel