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Best Practices for Running and Implementing Kubernetes


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Sponsored by fairwinds

Thursday, March 5, 2020
11am EST

Kubernetes has become the de-facto orchestration platform for the cloud-native era. However, the expensive trial-and-error and proof-of-concept activities associated with the transition can be daunting for many organizations. Join Fairwinds’ Site Reliability Engineers Ivan Fetch and Luke Reed, and President Kendall Miller as they discuss the best practices for running and implementing Kubernetes. They’ll also cover how engineering leaders are successfully using Kubernetes to improve the reliability, security, and scalability of their applications and the key differences between Enterprise and SME Environments.
Are you considering Kubernetes, but don't know where to start? Are you running Kubernetes in development, but the complexity is keeping you from pushing to production? This webinar will provide you with the right knowledge and insights for adopting Kubernetes at your organization.
Topics include:

  • Considerations and common pitfalls when implementing Kubernetes,
  • Best practices for running Kubernetes in production,
  • Security and cultural implications when adopting Kubernetes,
  • Key differences between Enterprise and SME Environments.
Kendall Miller
President - Fairwinds
Kendall was one of the first hires at Fairwinds and has spent the past 5 years making the dream of disrupting infrastructure a reality, while keeping his finger on the pulse of changing demands in the market and valuable partnership opportunities.
Luke Reed
Site Reliability Engineer - Fairwinds
Luke has ten years of industry experience across a variety of roles, and leverages his system operations background to manage and automate all things Kubernetes.
Ivan Fetch
Site Reliability Engineer - Fairwinds
Ivan is a Site Reliability Engineer who has spent the past twenty years coaxing technology to help humans and their businesses succeed. Ivan is currently focused on the journey to containers and Kubernetes, with an emphasis on reliable process and infrastructure.

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