Media Alert: Intel at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022

Media Alert: Intel at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022

Learn more about Intel’s contributions to open source projects that advance sustainability and cloud-native computing.

Join Intel at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022, virtually or in person, October 24-28 in Detroit. The hybrid conference, hosted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), brings together top technologists from leading open source and cloud native communities to advance the education and advancement of cloud native computing.

Intel experts will be on hand to talk about the company’s contributions to open source projects and forward-looking initiatives that have the potential to shape, enable, and support the future of the cloud-native ecosystem. .

MAIN SPEECH:

From Silicon to Serverless: A Complete Journey

When: 9:45-9:50 a.m. EDT, Thursday, October 27

Where: Live | Room CDs

Presenter: Cathy Zhang, Senior Principal Engineer, Software and Advanced Technology Group, Intel

Summary: The cloud-native journey begins with silicon and ends with delivered applications. In this talk, Cathy Zhang will review everything from cores to cloud.

SESSIONS:

Overview of challenges and solutions for orchestrating applications across multiple data centers and edge clusters

When: 4:30-5:05 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, October 26

Where: Virtual | Visible in the platform

Presenters: Ritu Sood, Cloud Software Engineer, Software and Advanced Technology Group, Intel; Cathy Zhang, Senior Principal Engineer, Software and Advanced Technology Group, Intel

Summary: To reduce the operational cost of deploying and managing complex applications, automation is essential. The goal is to achieve contactless deployments. This conference will examine the landscape of available solutions, such as Kubedge, ArgoCD, Karmada, EMCO, etc., and provide an in-depth analysis of each.

Discover the Business Value of Edge Computing

When: 5:35-6 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, October 26

Where: Live | 251 ABCs

Presenters: Muneyb Minhazuddin, CMO, Network and Edge Group, Intel; Larry Carvalho, RobustCloud LLC; Stu Miniman, red hat; Marilyn Basanta, Vmware

Summary: This panel will discuss how cloud-native tools provide business benefits to the application of cutting-edge technology for physical process efficiency. Specifically, Muneyb Minhazuddin will discuss how a manufacturer is modernizing factory applications as they converge IT and OT to create a dynamic and agile production line by software defining constrained devices.

Powering Manufacturing with Kubernetes and Cloud Native

When: 11:55 a.m.-12:30 p.m. EDT, Thursday, October 27

Where: Virtual | Visible in the platform

Presenter: Marcel Wagner, Principal Engineer, Network and Edge Group, Intel

Summary: In his talk, Marcel Wagner will present the IndustryFusion Foundation (IFF) Cloud Native Digital Twin architecture. It will introduce a special Kubernetes operator to monitor and deploy factory processes as Apache Flink tasks, defined with Streaming SQL. He will also describe his experience running Kubernetes and cloud native in a manufacturing environment, specifically the challenges he overcame with machine builders and factory owners to get them comfortable with this approach. .

Class Resources: Kubernetes’ fastest way to silence noisy neighbors

When: 4:30-5:05 p.m. EDT, Thursday, October 27

Where: Live | 140 ABCs

Presenters: Markus Lehtonen, Cloud Orchestration Software Engineer, Software and Advanced Technology Group, Intel; Peter Hunt, red hat

Summary: In this joint talk, Markus Lehtonen and Peter Hunt discuss the concept of class resources, previous work done in container runtimes, and the future of first-class integration. People who join will learn that class resources are the best way to keep their apps running smoothly.

Improve User Experience for Device Consumption in Kubernetes

Time: 5:25 p.m. to 6 p.m. EDT, Thursday, October 27

Where: Live | 140 ABCs

Presenters: Alexander Kanevskiy, Principal Engineer, Cloud Orchestration Software, Software and Advanced Technology Group, Intel; Patrick Ohly, System Software Engineer, Software and Advanced Technology Group, Intel; Kate Goldenring, Microsoft

Summary: This talk will cover several stories about how different types of devices can be used in Kubernetes clusters. Presenters will discuss Kubernetes ecosystem projects and proposals that aim to connect devices and workloads. They will also discuss how to get involved in this evolution so that workloads are fully materialistic.

Node Resource Interface: Extend Containers and CRI-O with Common Plugins

When: 11am-11:35am EDT, Friday, October 28

Where: Live | 140 ABCs

Presenters: Krisztian Litkey, Cloud Orchestration Software Engineer, Software and Advanced Technology Group, Intel; Mike Brown, IBM

Summary: This talk will take a closer look at how the Node Resource Interface (NRI) and plugins fit into runtime environments, as well as some common and new use cases and plugins for the OCI hook injection and custom resource assignment.

Offloading the Kubernetes network infrastructure

When: 4-4:35 p.m. EDT, Friday, October 28

Where: Live | 330 BA | Huntington Square

Presenters: Dan Daly, Software Architect, Network and Edge Group, Intel; Nupur Jain, Cloud Software Architect, Network and Edge Group, Intel; Nabil Bitar, Bloomberg; Moshe Levi, Nvidia; ValasValanceus, Google

Summary: Networking is at the heart of Kubernetes because it enables secure and deterministic scaling. This panel will discuss approaches that share a common methodology based on existing Kubernetes APIs to improve performance, free up compute cycles, and maintain compatibility with existing cloud-native applications.

DEMOS:

Intel Booth Demos (D2)

  • Protect end-to-end data pipelines with BigDL PPML

  • Simplify deployments using intent-based orchestration

  • Boost performance of stateful applications deployed in K8s with Lightbits

  • Deploy Network Sockets Efficiently Using Cloud Native Data Plane

  • Autonomous and continuous workload optimizations by Granulate

Partner Demos

  • Anaconda: Help secure the journey to production – Intel® Software Guard Extensions (SGX) plus the world’s most popular Python platform
  • SUSA: Introducing FDO and oneAPI components as part of rock/paper/scissors microservices

INTEL-HOSTED ACTIVITIES:

Intel Capital Event: Secrets to scaling in a cloud-native world

When: 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. EDT, Tuesday, October 25

Where: Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center | Ballroom Ontario West

Host: Intel Capital, Tetrate, MinIO and Upbound

Registration: Interested persons can register here.

Welcome reception + stand visit

When: 6-8 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, October 26

Where: Virtual and Live | AB Rooms

The description: Join us onsite for drinks and appetizers, games and conversations with old and new friends in the Solutions Showcase. Online attendees won’t want to miss the panelists’ office hours and the interactive sessions presented by the sponsors. Explore nearly 250+ exhibition booths to learn about the latest technologies, browse special offers and job openings, and much more.

Karaoke & Pizza – Hosted by Intel

When: 8-10:30 p.m. EDT, Wednesday, October 26

Where: Sid Gold’s Room Request | 1511 Broadway St.

Registration: Interested persons can register here.

RESOURCES:

For more information on Intel’s presence at KubeCon, visit the Intel at KubeCon website at Intel.com or stop by booth D2 during the show (virtual link).

About Intel

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