I/O performance of Kata Containers, OpenStack security automation meetup

Date(s) - 28/11/2019
19:00 - 22:00

The Microsoft Reactor London

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We’re super excited to announce what will be a packed edition of the London Open Infrastructure Meetup, sponsored this time by UKCloud (https://ukcloud.com) and Canonical (https://canonical.com).

7:00pm to 7:25pm – Registration, networking, food and refreshments
7:25pm to 7:30pm – Welcome, introduction
7:30pm to 8:00pm – Bharat Kunwar, StackHPC – I/O performance of Kata Containers
8:10pm to 8:40pm – James Page, Canonical – Security + DevOps: Automating the security of your OpenStack Cloud
8:50pm to 9:00pm – Steve Relf – UKCloud (Lightning Talk)
9:00pm to 9:30pm – Closing comments, networking, pub.

I/O Performance of Kata Containers, Bharat Kunwar (StackHPC)
“After attending a Kata Containers workshop at OpenInfra Days 2019 in London, we were interested in their performance, especially when running I/O bound workloads. In this talk, we are going to walk through our journey setting up the pipeline for running our benchmarking tests, report some of our findings and inform the audience of the trade-offs between greater isolation and I/O bound performance when it comes to using Kata containers.”

Bharat is an OpenStack Engineer at StackHPC and a core reviewer for OpenStack Magnum project.

Security + DevOps: Automating the security of your OpenStack Cloud, James Page (Canonical)
“I’ll cover general security considerations and then cover some of the work we’ve done in the OpenStack Charms project around encryption of data at rest and certificate management using Hashicorp Vault”

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