A decision maker’s guide to Kubernetes deployment

Alex Cattle

on 3 February 2020

The container landscape is based on constantly evolving technology, with Kubernetes dominating the ecosystem for automating and managing containerised applications. While a very powerful software, it’s also complex. How do you compare Kubernetes to other options, get started with containers, and maintain over the long-term?

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • What the container landscape looks like today, including migration from virtualisation to containerisation
  • Why Kubernetes is becoming the industry standard
  • Ease of container management with Kubernetes for developers from testing to production
  • Aspects of Kubernetes for managing containerised applications
  • Strategies for deployment
  • Ease of deployment and automation to easily stand up in the data centre
  • Ongoing management considerations

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What is Kubernetes?

Kubernetes, or K8s for short, is an open source platform pioneered by Google, which started as a simple container orchestration tool but has grown into a platform for deploying, monitoring and managing apps and services across clouds.

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