PKS: The What and How of Enterprise-Grade Kubernetes - Cornelia Davis, Fred Melo

December 9, 2017
Because of its well thought out and powerful abstractions, robust and cloud-native architecture, and the vibrant community around it, the use of Kubernetes for containerized workloads has surged. And while Kubernetes is theoretically ready to run applications in production, the actual viability is highly dependent on how Kubernetes itself is managed. In this session Cornelia and Fred will cover role of the container orchestration system in your IT landscape, and they’ll dive under the covers to show how it provides the enterprise-class Kubernetes services you need to trust your most critical workloads to it. Yes, technical details revealed! Slides: TBA Cornelia Davis, Sr. Director of Technology Pivotal Pivotal Fred Melo, Director of Technology Pivotal Filmed at SpringOne Platform 2017
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PKS: The What and How of Enterprise-Grade Kubernetes
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SpringOne Platform 2017 Cornelia Davis, Pivotal; Fred Melo, Pivotal Because of its well thought out and po...

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