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Wednesday, November 8 • 11:55am - 12:30pm
Gateway API: The Most Collaborative API in Kubernetes History Is GA - Rob Scott, Google & Nick Young, Isovalent

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Gateway API has graduated to GA! In this session, we will share the journey it took to get here, highlighting the incredible story of what has likely been the most collaborative API development process in Kubernetes history, with over 150 contributors and 20 implementations already. This API also represents a fundamental shift in how Kubernetes APIs are developed. Although this may be the first CRD-based Kubernetes API to graduate to GA, there are already others in progress. We’ll talk about what this means for the future of Kubernetes, and the ecosystem as a whole. Finally, we’ll give an overview of the API, describing how it can be used for load balancing, in-cluster routing, and service mesh configuration. You’ll learn what it means for CRDs to be considered GA, and when, why, and how you can migrate to Gateway API if you’re not already using it.

Speakers
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Rob Scott

Software Engineer, Google
Rob is an open source enthusiast currently working on Kubernetes Networking at Google. He's been a maintainer of Gateway API since the very early days of the project and led the development of other Kubernetes networking APIs like EndpointSlices.
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Nick Young

Staff Engineer, Isovalent
Nick has been working to prevent the entropic downfall of systems for 25 years, across datacenters, clouds, networking, and others. He's a Staff Engineer at Isovalent, and a maintainer on the Kubernetes Gateway API project, where he works on improving the ingress and mesh experiences... Read More →


Wednesday November 8, 2023 11:55am - 12:30pm CST
W178 (Ground Level)
  Networking + Edge + Telco