[Workshop] Getting Started with Akri: Exposing USB Cameras to Your Kubernetes Cluster

A talk by Jiří Appl and Kate Goldenring
Microsoft and Microsoft

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In this workshop we will be using Akri to discover mock USB cameras attached to nodes in a Kubernetes cluster. You'll see how Akri automatically deploys workloads to pull frames from them. We will then deploy a streaming application that will point to services automatically created by Akri to access the video frames from the workloads.

Akri is an open-source project that that lets you easily expose heterogeneous IoT MCU class devices (such as IP cameras and USB devices) as resources in a Kubernetes cluster. Akri continually detects nodes that have access to these devices and schedules workloads based on them.

Each attendee will get access to their own cloud VM, that we have pre-configured as a single-node cluster. To gain access to your VM, you’ll need to have a GitHub or Microsoft account.

Note: this workshop will be an hour long.

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