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August 17–August 20, 2020

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Wednesday, August 19 • 11:50 - 12:25
The Hidden Generics in Kubernetes' API - Eirik Albrigtsen, Babylon Health

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A look into how apimachinery enforces strong conventions on kubernetes' api, how that impacts client-go, and how we can take advantage of these hidden generic properties to build an actually generic client in rust.

We will go through a kubernetes Object, its generic parts as modelled via a rust Trait, and how this enables the rust compiler to automatically populate all kubernetes objects' api calls and serialization code from a single generic impl.

We will also show examples on how to write single file, performant, async/await rust controllers that follow operator best practices.

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Eirik Albrigtsen

Platform Engineer, Babylon Health
Eirik Albrigtsen is currently employed as a platform engineer Babylon Health operating kubernetes clusters, and previously as a platform engineer at Cisco. He has been speaking at public venues in London about rust, kubernetes, and devops at the Rust London User Group and London... Read More →


Wednesday August 19, 2020 11:50 - 12:25
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