Running a Galera Cluster on Kubernetes
14 April 2:20PM - 3:10PM @ Ballroom B
50 minutes conference
Kubernetes is a popular and rapidly-developing open source project from Google that provides (Docker) container cluster-management. Kubernetes can provide HA scheduling for any type of application, and in the case of this talk, a Galera cluster. This talk will explain to the user what exactly Kubernetes is, how it works, how the user can run Kubernetes, and importantly, how one can run a Galera cluster on Kubernetes. This talk will provide a demonstration of setting up Kubernetes on CoreOS, a new Linux distribution that has been rearchitected to provide features needed to run modern infrastructure by making it possible to run Docker containers across a cluster of machines, followed by the installation of a Galera cluster on this HA platform.
Senior Systems Engineer, Hewlett Packard
Patrick Galbraith is a principal engineer at HP in the Advanced Technology Group. He is the author or two books: “Developing Web Applications with Apache, MySQL, memcached, and Perl” (Wiley) “Expert PHP and MySQL” (Wiley) In his “spare time”, he also maintains DBD::mysql, DBD::drizzle, FederatedX storage engine and the Memcached Functions for MySQL as well as tinkering with various other OpenSource and OpenStack projects. Patrick lives up in the sticks of New Hampshire with his wife Ruth and son Kiran, daughter Sara, lots of trees and rocks, as well as his Kubota tractor.