How to use Kubernetes with distributed databases and in-memory computing platforms

How to use Kubernetes with distributed databases and in-memory computing platformsLearn how Kubernetes can orchestrate a distributed database or in-memory computing solutions using Apache® Ignite™ as an example.

Denis Madga, GridGain's director of product management, took one of his most popular meetup talks and turned it into a webinar on July. And he recorded it! His talk is available for playback (along with his slides) here.  

In-memory computing technologies such as in-memory data grids (IMDG) and databases (IMDB), NoSQL and NewSQL databases can make so many things easier for a developer. But implementing DevOps for these distributed technologies and the related storage can be difficult. Luckily Kubernetes has come to the rescue!

This session will explain how to:

  • Deploy, provision and manage an IMDG or IMDB when you wish to keep data in RAM
  • Set up and manage persistence for the in-memory technologies above or configure a disk-based distributed database
  • Set up auto-discovery and automated horizontal scalability, and use other tricks for high availability

If you organize a meetup and would like to invite Denis to deliver this talk at your meetup, please let me know in the comments section below and I'll get in touch with you to help set that up if possible.

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