Scaling applications and clusters in the cloud (GER)

The combination of cloud and Kubernetes is used today to run dynamic, highly scalable systems. As a user, I want my application to demand more computing power when there is more load, and save costs when there is less load. But what can such a system look like that scales its own application to match the load? And how do you ensure that the infrastructure underneath automatically scales as well?

This presentation shows how such a scalable application and infrastructure concept can look like.

Lukas Palus

Lukas has turned his passion for Kubernetes and containers into a profession. Already as a working student, the dedicated expert gained numerous practical experiences in this field. With his strong knowledge and expertise acquired over the years, he has been able to successfully guide many applications on their journey from the application server to the container and onto the Kubernetes cluster. However, the most interesting activity for him remains managing container infrastructures from start to finish. In doing so, he plans the setup together with customers and supports them in the setup as well as in enabling later users and administrators.