Speaker

John Studarus

John Studarus

Cloud & Cyber Security Architect

San Diego, California, United States

John provides cloud and cybersecurity risk management services specializing in examining and addressing risk in mission-critical systems.
Recent projects have included manufacturing cybersecurity architecture for Toyota and cloud security product development for AT&T and Leidos. He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) with a Master Thesis on Intrusion Detection in conjunction with the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) and the CMU CERT. His undergraduate degree is from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) with an undergraduate work with the Systems and Networking group.

Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology

Topics

  • Internet
  • network security
  • cyber security
  • Security & Compliance

Rook: Container Storage Orchestration on Kubernetes with Ceph

This is a hands-on tutorial or live demo walking through the use of Ceph via Rook, a storage orchestration service for Kubernetes. Starting with a bare Kubernetes cluster on bare metal, we will walk through setting up Ceph using the Rook Kubernetes operator across the bare metal SSD resources. We will touch on how that storage is presented to Kubernetes clusters and managed through the operator framework. We will then run through some scaling up/down of the underlying storage infrastructure as well as failing storage devices to showcase recovery.

Each attendee will be provided with a bare-metal cluster to run through this workshop. Some Linux command line experience is expected but no previous experience with Kubernetes, Ceph, or Rook is needed. Attendees will need a laptop with an SSH client and a web browser.

OpenSource BGP, IPv6, and Anycast for Site Reliability Workshop

Using BGP and Anycast to load balancing and failover an application to increase site reliability has traditionally been expensive and tricky. In this workshop (or live demo), we’ll walk through setting up a multi-host load-balanced and fail-over web application using BGP and open source technologies including Terraform, BGP, BIRD, an open-source router, and IPv6.

Each attendee will be provided with a bare-metal cluster to run through this workshop. Some Linux command line experience is expected but no previous experience with BGP, Anycast, Terraform, or IPv6 is required. Attendees will need a laptop with an SSH client and a web browser.

Cephacon (Kubecon)

Hands On with Rook: Ceph & Kubernetes

May 2019 Barcelona, Spain

DevOps Days Midwest

BGP, Anycast, IPv6 HA workshop
https://devopsmidwest.com/day-2-speakers/

April 2019 Saint Louis, Michigan, United States

John Studarus

Cloud & Cyber Security Architect

San Diego, California, United States

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