Running Stateful Services on Kubernetes

Managing stateful services in multiple environments with Kubernetes is not easy. Considerations must include availability zone spreads, fault tolerance, and local storage for in-house deployments, to name a few. In this session, LogDNA Head of DevOps Ryan Staatz has had to balance the desire to take advantage of the latest Kubernetes-based tools with the need for stability and speed. This talk will cover how to leverage open source tools for multi-cloud, multi-region deployments at scale.

 





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  Ryan Staatz
  Head of DevOps

More About the Speaker

Ryan Staatz is the Head of DevOps at LogDNA, where he migrated the company’s infrastructure from VMs to Kubernetes. His team partners with large enterprise companies like IBM to establish stability across deployments, expand LogDNA’s compliance repertoire, and improve observability at scale. Ryan presents frequently on scaling Elasticsearch on Kubernetes, handling challenges with a multi-cloud infrastructure, running Kubernetes on bare metal, and managing dozens of separate production environments. Prior to LogDNA, Ryan has worked at enterprise companies like WhatsApp and continues to have a passion for his contributions at startups. Ryan holds a BS in Human Biology from Stanford University.

 

 

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