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October 12, 2021
Los Angeles, California + Virtual
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Tuesday, October 12 • 11:20am - 11:50am
Case Study: Developing and Scaling Kubeflow’s Web Apps - Andrey Velichkevich, Cisco & Kimonas Sotirchos, Arrikto

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At this moment, Kubeflow maintains at least 5 different web apps, for managing Notebooks, PVCs, Tensorboards, Models, AutoML Experiments, that allow users to interact with the platform. At their core these web apps act as a graphical interface for performing CRUD operations on top of K8s Objects and Custom Resources. Designing, creating, and maintaining these apps is not a trivial task. In this talk, attendees will learn how the Kubeflow community overcame all the challenges to create true cloud native web apps, for managing ML workflows on top of K8s. Follow our journey as we explore the architectural decisions we made regarding authentication with Istio and authorization with K8s SubjectAccessReviews. How we factored out the common code and enabled application scalability. The UX decisions for managing K8s objects via a GUI. And last but not least, how we can efficiently fetch new data for Kubeflow dashboard in the context of how users can perform advanced AutoML techniques.

Speakers
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Kimonas Sotirchos

Software Engineer, Arrikto
Kimonas is a Software Engineer interested in cloud native applications and distributed systems. Loves to work on open source projects, collaborate and develop innovative software as part of a community. Has been a core Kubeflow contributor for more than two years with expertise around... Read More →
avatar for Andrey Velichkevich

Andrey Velichkevich

Senior Software Engineer, Cisco
Andrey Velichkevich is a Senior Software Engineer at Cisco and is a contributor to the Kubeflow open-source project. He is a co-chair for the AutoML working group and co-lead for the Training working group. Andrey hosts Kubeflow community meetings for the AutoML and Training working... Read More →



Tuesday October 12, 2021 11:20am - 11:50am PDT
Room 502 AB + Online