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Tuesday, December 5 • 6:40pm - 6:45pm
Lightning Talk: Testing Kubernetes Patches with kube-spawn, the a local, multi-node Kubernetes Cluster Tool [B] - Chris Kuhl, Kinvolk

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kube-spawn is a tool for running local, multi-node Kubernetes clusters on Linux machines. It was originally created as a means to test Kubernetes patches locally in a multi-node environment. Unlike other tools of its kind, it does not use VMs nor Docker app containers. Instead, it utilizes OS containers run with systemd-nspawn. As such, one can run a local, many-node cluster on modest hardware, with each node running a full OS, by default CoreOS's Container Linux.

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Chris Kühl

CEO, Kinvolk GmbH
After getting hooked on open source software as a hobby through the GNOME project, Chris turned his passion into a career and has since co-founded Kinvolk in Berlin, which focuses exclusively on foundational Linux technologies such as the Linux kernel, systemd, rkt, Kubernetes, etc... Read More →

Tuesday December 5, 2017 6:40pm - 6:45pm CST
Ballroom A, Level 1