Introduction to Cloud Native Platform

Canonical

on 2 December 2017

The Cloud Native Platform is a offered in partnership between Canonical and Rancher Labs. The Cloud Native Platform is a turn-key application delivery platform, built on Ubuntu, Kubernetes, and Rancher.

This presentation covers:
* An introduction to Kubernetes for the enterprise as offered by Canonical
* An introduction to Rancher
* Demos of both products
* An overview of how they can be used to maximise developer velocity integrated CI/CD, and ease the path from development into production with enterprise-caliber container management.

Expect to see some container automation in action with Ubuntu and Kubernetes and more… With Marco Ceppi and Sheng Liang at the keyboard.

This webinar was part of our Ubuntu Enterprise Summit, December 2017.

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