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Past Presentations

Chick-Fil-A: Milking the Most Out of 1000's of K8s Clusters

Last year, I shared about how Internet of Things and Edge Compute are providing a new platform for Chick-fil-A to transform its in-restaurant operations, from the customer experience to kitchen automation. At that time, we were running Docker Swarm to manage our container-based microservices at...

Brian Chambers Enterprise Architect @ChickfilA
Caleb Hurd Site Reliability Engineer @ChickfilA
High-Touch Service @ Scale: Shopping Apps With a Human Face

Personalized content and product recommendations powered by machine learning algorithms are now the bread and butter of shopping apps. As our customers exponentially shift to digital every year, we continuously seek ways to differentiate ourselves in helping customers find the products they...

Natalia Bartol Director, Mobile Engineering @hudsonsbay
Kyla Robinson Director, Product Mobile Apps @hudsonsbay
Containers at Web Scale Panel

Containers and container management platforms are becoming a standard part of many infrastructures. At Facebook, Google, Netflix, and Uber container technologies have been a large part of their infrastructures for many years. By leveraging these technologies, each company has seen improvements in...

Kenny Yu Software Engineer @Facebook
Victor Marmol Staff Software Engineer @Google
Andrew Leung Senior Software Engineer @Netflix
Xiaojian Huang Engineer Manager @Uber
Wendy Dembowski Staff Software Engineer @Google

Interviews

Brian Chambers Enterprise Architect @ChickfilA Caleb Hurd Site Reliability Engineer @ChickfilA

Chick-Fil-A: Milking the Most Out of 1000's of K8s Clusters

How does the Kubernetes implementation at Chick-Fil-A differ from more common approaches to Kubernetes deployments?

Brian: Most of the people that we see in the industry that are running Kubernetes clusters at any kind of scale (or really running and big container platforms) generally have a cloud-based infrastructure that they run in AWS (or Google). Most companies have a single or a few sizeable Kubernetes clusters with a large number of nodes (on...

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