Webinar: How to get started with your Kubernetes strategy

Peter Mahnke

Peter Mahnke

on 9 June 2017

On-demand webinar

Kubernetes and containers are an exciting and evolving technology which can be daunting for teams and organisations to plan for. As the landscape evolves, building a strategy around containers and finding a good place to get started is a challenge for most teams. Watch this webinar to learn how to get started on your Kubernetes strategy.

4 things you’ll learn

  • What’s the state of the container landscape today?
  • When should you consider containers as a delivery mechanism?
  • Why and when should you leverage Kubernetes or another container coordinator?
  • How can you quickly pilot and evaluate Kubernetes / containers?

This webinar was broadcasted live on 14th June and 21st June. It includes a live demo and Q&A.

Speaker

Marco Ceppi, Product Manager, Canonical

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