Multi-tenancy in Kubernetes can come in different flavors. You may want to share a cluster internally between teams in your organization – perhaps to create isolated environments for different stakeholders, run experiments, or run a multi-tenant application – or you may want to share a portion of a Kubernetes cluster with your customers or other third parties, allowing them to run workloads on their own. In this recorded LF Live webinar, Yarel Maman of Velocity will discuss:
Yarel has been a software engineer and cloud architect for over 10 years and currently serves as a senior software engineer at Velocity. His background includes low-level work, product software engineering, architecture, and operations. For as long as he can remember, Yarel has been interested in infrastructure, tooling, and developer experience, and this is where he found his current technological passion. Yarel loves dealing with infrastructure, plumbing things together, sharing his discoveries, and simplifying things.