November 13–15, 2018 - Shanghai, China
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Thursday, November 15 • 12:15 - 12:50
Operator Framework to Manage Production Grade Stateful Workloads in eBay - Xin Xu & Xinglang Wang, eBay

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Containerize big data applications in production environment is a big challenge since these applications require human operational knowledge to correctly operate while protecting against data loss.
In eBay we inspire from the idea of CoreOs Operator pattern, and build a framework to make it easier and agile to manage the multi-component, GEO distributed stateful workloads on Kubernetes.
With this Operator Framework, users could get any applications they required in just one yaml file, databases or message queue or streaming processor. The framework leverage our self-designed workflow engine to deploy the applications across multiple Kubernetes clusters and manage the applications with in-depend components automatically. The management functions like self-healing, scaling, upgrading, configuring are provided to achieve production grade reliability and high availability.

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Xinglang Wang

Principle MTS 首席工程师, eBay
Xinglang Wang is an architect in eBay Data platform, he is working on ebay next generation geo-distribute database, and his main focus is the distribution and control layer of the database. Before he is the architect of ebay real-time behaviour data pipeline, focus on real-time stream... Read More →

Xin Xu

MTS1, eBay
Xin Xu is a member of eBay Data Infrastructure team. She is working on ebay next generation geo-distribute database, and also the stateful application management plaform on Kubernetes. Before this, she worked on building eBay near-realtime data platform on eBay private cloud. She... Read More →

Thursday November 15, 2018 12:15 - 12:50
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