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5 Things We Learned Not to Ignore While Scaling Kubernetes


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Using Kubernetes for orchestration? Great—we hope things are running smoothly. The thing about Kubernetes, though, is that it tends to surprise you—throwing curveballs just when you think you've finally mastered the art of container management. And those curveballs usually come at you when you try to scale up. So, how can you scale K8s without striking out due to speed and reliability (not to mention sanity) issues?

Join Guy Menahem, solution architect at Komodor, as he shares some of the hard lessons he learned from his own experiences with Kubernetes, including:

  • The “phantom” challenges of working with  K8s
  • The five key factors you can’t ignore when scaling K8s
  • Best practices and tools for a smooth-running K8s system
Guy Menahem
Solution Engineer - Komodor

Guy is a developer turned solution engineer, with a vast experience in IT: infra, storage, networks and security. From running Linux on bare-metal mainframes to VMs to cloud architecture, Guy has done it all. He has a penchant for solving problems and playing beach volleyball (not necessarily at the same time). Previously a software engineer at Zadara, he's currently helping dev & ops teams around the world to troubleshoot Kubernetes.

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