PKS Brings Production-Grade Kubernetes to the Enterprise (Ep. 45)

October 3, 2017 Jeff Kelly

Kubernetes is exploding in popularity. The container orchestration platform makes it significantly simpler to manage and operate application containers. But Kubernetes is not without its challenges, including getting the platform to run effectively in private datacenters. This week on Pivotal Insights, Pivotal's John Allwright joins Dormain and Jeff to introduce Pivotal Container Service (PKS), a new offering that eases the Day 2 operations burden for container orchestration and provides access to infrastructure primitives. John, Dormain and Jeff also talk about the relationship between PKS and Pivotal Cloud Foundry, and the role VMware and Google played in developing PKS.

Show Notes

News & Resources

About the Author

Jeff Kelly

Jeff Kelly is a Director of Partner Marketing at Pivotal Software. Prior to joining Pivotal, Jeff was the lead industry analyst covering Big Data analytics at Wikibon. Before that, Jeff covered enterprise software as a reporter and editor at TechTarget. He received his B.A. in American studies from Providence College and his M.A. in journalism from Northeastern University.

Follow on Google Plus Follow on Twitter Follow on Linkedin More Content by Jeff Kelly
Previous
That Moment, Episode 6: “Fail, fail again, fail better”
That Moment, Episode 6: “Fail, fail again, fail better”

A model turned actor and entrepreneur learns to “fail better,” while a lawyer takes an unusual path towards...

Next
With Steeltoe 1.1, the .NET Microservices Party Rolls On (Ep. 44)
With Steeltoe 1.1, the .NET Microservices Party Rolls On (Ep. 44)

Zach Brown and Dave Tillman provide an overview of Steeltoe 1.1 in this episode of Pivotal Insights.

Subscribe to That Moment

Listen Now