Containers Were Never Your End State

September 30, 2018
You have containers and a Kubernetes cluster; what's next? When you dig into this pervasive ecosystem, you quickly realize that k8s and containers are just the beginning; it's not your end state. How do you know your running docker images don't contain known vulnerabilities? Have you defined a sensible governance policy for the different image layers? Are you still running your containers as root? Do you need a dedicated cluster? What about user authentication? What happens if your entire cluster fails? This talk removes subjective opinion and objectively delves into the technical details, components, deployment patterns and usage of Kubernetes. As more of your workloads embark on their cloud native journey, this talk unpacks the journey path to production. Speakers: Will Arroyo Senior Platform Architect, Pivotal Duncan Winn VP of Platform Architecture, Pivotal Filmed at SpringOne Platform 2018
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