Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift gives organizations the flexibility to run workloads on-premise, or in any public or private cloud. It is allowing all of us to speed development and become more efficient.

But what about the database? We’ve shifted our monolithic applications to distributed services, but what about the databases that support them? The monolithic legacy database simply does not “fit” this modern distributed environment and that is why we created CockroachDB. It’s a highly-evolved cloud-native, distributed OLTP database that helps companies of all sizes—and the apps they develop— scale fast, survive anything, and thrive everywhere. In this session, we’ll talk about CockroachDB and how it was built for Kubernetes with Spencer Kimball, Co-Founder & CEO and Jim Walker, VP of Product Marketing at Cockroach Labs.


OCB: Database Transactions in Kubernetes and OpenShift
1.50 GEEK