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Wednesday, September 25 • 12:00 - 12:30
NUMA Awareness in Kubernetes with Topology Manager - Louise Daly, Intel Corporation & Feng Pan, Red Hat

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Kubernetes is becoming the choice orchestrator for containerized deployments, with users flocking to it. More workloads are becoming performance sensitive to achieve the results now expected of them. K8s has started to evolve to cater for such workloads with the creation of the CPU and Device Manager to handle the compute and device resources on a K8s node. However, these components act independently of each other, which results in sub-optimal resource allocations. These less than ideal resource allocations can severely impact performance sensitive workloads. We are working in the K8s community to introduce a Topology Manager component that will co-ordinate these resource allocations, to ensure optimal performance.This talk will introduce and demonstrate the Topology Manager, showcase benchmark results showcasing its benefits and finally discuss the different use cases this applies to.

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Feng Pan

Software Engineering Manager, Red Hat
Feng Pan is an engineering manager in Office of the CTO at Red Hat working on emerging open source networking projects. Coming from networking background, Feng’s main interest is in the area of networking technology transformation. Currently, Feng is working on enhancing advanced... Read More →
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Louise Daly

Software Engineer, Intel Corporation
Software Engineer at Intel. Working towards cloud native orchestration of workloads, currently looking at enabling compute resources in Kubernetes such as CPU Pinning & Isolation, Topology Awareness, Huge Pages etc. to improve application performance, provide predicable performance... Read More →



Wednesday September 25, 2019 12:00 - 12:30 CEST
Marble Hall (Floor 0)
  Cloud Native Networking