Marko Luksa wrote:
On a related note, Kubernetes no longer needs to use Docker underneath. It can also use CRI-O or any other Container-Runtime-Interface-compatible runtime, including the Mirantis Virtlet, which spins up VMs instead of containers.
A related ﬁnding from this event is we need to do a better job of making highly-reliable multi-AZ deployments easy to design and operate. Some customers’ applications (or critical components of the application like the database) are deployed in only a single Availability Zone, while others have instances spread across Availability Zones but still have critical, single points of failure in a single Availability Zone. In cases like these, operational issues can negatively impact application availability when a robust multiAvailability Zone deployment would allow the application to continue without impact. We will look to provide customers with better tools to create multi-AZ applications that can support the loss of an entire Availability Zone without impacting application availability.
We understand that the SHD provides important visibility to our customers during operational events and we have changed the SHD administration console to run across multiple AWS regions.
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:You need to practice getting faster at all the questions including the long ones *before* going to take the real exam.