Building a Multi-tenant Kubernetes Platform

This is a 3-part series hosted by Loft in collaboration with

This event is for:

  • Platform/cloud/infrastructure engineers and architects responsible for building shared platforms used by multiple teams
  • DevOps engineers looking to strengthen their expertise in Kubernetes
  • Solution architects responsible for designing scalable and cost-effective Kubernetes clusters

You'll Learn:

  • How to architect Kubernetes clusters in the most efficient way
  • Why namespaces aren't good enough? How to achieve workload segregation in a secured manner
  • Tools and techniques to plan and build a multi-tenant Kubernetes platform
  • Theory and practice on multi-tenancy in Kubernetes. scripts and code you can customize to build your demo

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Part 1
Architecting Kubernetes clusters: one large shared or multiple small clusters?

Theory and hands-on session on architecting Kubernetes clusters in the most efficient way with vCluster. We'll look at the pros and cons of different approaches and compares cost efficiency, ease of management resilience and security for different setups. How can you isolate your workloads with different security trade-offs depending on how trustworthy your tenants are? How to estimate costs and efforts in building a single shared cluster vs multiple clusters.

Part 2
Kubernetes namespaces offer no isolation, and how you can work around it

In this hands-on session you'll learn how to isolate workloads and ensure they don't interact with each other (or they do so in a controller manner)? How namespaces work and their limitation. How to use vCluster to achieve isolation? What additional tools and techniques do you need to provide more isolation (e.g., sandboxed container runtimes, dedicated ingress controller per namespace, layer7 authorization policies, Kubernetes API QoS, etc.)

Part 3
Building a self-serve Kubernetes platform from scratch - Planning, tools, and techniques

This session explores building a Kubernetes platform for teamwork, focusing on establishing tenant trust, optimizing resource use, and steering best practices. Learn cluster partitioning for security and workload efficiency, compare isolation tools against costs, and manage diverse environments. Highlights include vCluster for improved segregation and balancing flexibility with control in multi-tenant setups.