Wednesday, November 20 • 10:55am - 11:30am
KubeVirt Deep Dive: Virtualized GPU Workloads on KubeVirt - David Vossel, Red Hat & Vishesh Tanksale, NVIDIA

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KubeVirt is a Kubernetes extension that supports running traditional Virtual Machine workloads side by side with containers.

In this session we will explore the architecture behind KubeVirt and how NVIDIA is leveraging that architecture to power GPU workloads on Kubernetes. Using NVIDIA’s GPU workloads as a case study, we’ll provide a focused view on how host device passthrough is accomplished with KubeVirt as well as providing some performance metrics comparing KubeVirt to standalone KVM. You’ll come away with a high level understanding of what KubeVirt is capable of and the general design principles that drive the project.

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David Vossel

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
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Vishesh Tanksale

Sr. Software Engineer, NVIDIA
Vishesh is a Software Engineer at Nvidia. He is focussing on different aspects of enabling VM workload management on Kubernetes Cluster. He is specifically interested in GPU workloads on VMs. He is a active contributor to Kubevirt, a CNCF Sanbox Project.

Wednesday November 20, 2019 10:55am - 11:30am PST
Room 1AB - San Diego Convention Center Upper Level
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