Running Databases on Kubernetes
Anil Kumar (@anilkumar1129, Director of Product Mgmt @Couchbase) talks about how Kubernetes has evolved to support stateful applications, enabling Couchbase to run on Kubernetes, the advantages of Operators, and NoSQL adoption models.
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Topic 1 - Welcome to the show. Before we dive into the work you’re doing with Kubernetes, let’s talk about your background.
Topic 2 - Kubernetes started with a focus on “cloud-native apps”, then it became a blurring of infrastructure. How does Couchbase see the market evolving around Kubernetes, especially as a stateful service?
Topic 3 - There is frequently a debate about whether or not to run data services on Kubernetes, or run them off-cluster. How does Couchbase view this, and what are some things that Kubernetes does to improve how Couchbase runs?
Topic 4 - Let’s talk about some of the common use-cases you’re seeing for Couchbase, whether it’s on Kubernetes, or in the cloud, or out at the Edge.
Topic 5 - Do you see any multi-cloud or hybrid-cloud use-cases where Couchbase is a good fit, or is it too difficult to span databases across clouds?
Topic 6 - What areas around Kubernetes do you see evolving to help use-cases for Couchbase (i.e. other CNCF projects, etc.)?
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