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Keynote: Maximizing developer velocity with containers

James Donner

on 21 December 2017

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Containers are one of the most exciting technologies in the cloud right now. But when it comes to your IT strategy, where is the best place to start? With so many different options and configurations, it’s critical that you find the best possible strategy for your software stack.

To answer these questions, Canonical’s VP of Product Development Dustin Kirkland and VMware Staff Engineer Sabari Murugesan presented at the SF Bay Area OpenStack User Group Meeting. You can watch the full talk here!

Watch this keynote to learn

  • The high level concepts and principles behind containers
  • How Ubuntu provides a first class container experience
  • How to determine the best container use case
  • Container case studies: How are enterprises using containers in production?
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