CoreOS is building the tools needed for the next wave of web services – oriented around micro-services, containers, and dynamically scheduled applications. These tools are the components of a style of infrastructure that we refer to as "GIFEE": Google's infrastructure for everyone else.
CoreOS was founded on the mission to fundamentally improve the security of the Internet, and GIFEE is key to making this happen. CoreOS is building and contributing to open source projects for anyone to benefit from. Our projects include CoreOS, etcd, and rkt, and we work closely with the Kubernetes teams to build the solutions everyone can use for a more stable, efficient, and secure internet.
Audience members should be familiar with server and cloud infrastructure.
This talk will provide an overview of these open source projects that are open to the community to contribute to and prove a framework in what is needed for success in the future of the container community.
// Casey Callendrello
is a developer for CoreOS, working on the rkt container runtime engine and CNI, the widely adopted container network interface. He previously worked at Weebly, where he built scalable infrastructure, and Akamai, where he helped the company grow to hundreds of thousands of servers. In his spare time, he studies German and builds embedded devices to automate his everyday life. He thinks the world would be a better place we would all switch to IPv6. He lives in Berlin, Germany. He was grudgingly elected president of the Noisebridge hackerspace.