Cloud-Native Goes Native

Webinar

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Sponsored by Devops.com


Monday, February 22, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Cloud-native and serverless technologies are gaining traction as organizations increasingly recognize the value of containers and Kubernetes in application development environments. As a result, the cloud-native ecosystem is growing at a healthy pace. In this topic spotlight, we take a look at the cloud-native landscape and discuss its impact on DevOps, application security and more.

Some of the issues discussed during the webinar include:

  • The relationship between containers, Kubernetes and serverless in cloud-native environments
  • Cloud-native technologies helping shape the landscape, including service mesh and microservices
  • How security is being addressed in cloud-native environments
Charity Majors
CTO - Honeycomb.io
Charity is a co-founder and CTO at Honeycomb.io, a software engineer tool to understand what happens when their code meets production. She has worked at companies like Facebook, Parse, and Linden Lab, as a systems engineer and engineering manager but always seems responsible for the databases. Co-author of O'Reilly's "Database Reliability Engineering." She loves free speech, free software, and single malt scotch.
David McKay
Senior Developer Advocate - Equinix Metal
David is a Senior Developer Advocate at Equinix Metal and a member of the Kubernetes organization and release team. As a professional technology magpie, David was an early adopter of cloud, container, and cloud-native technologies; crossing the murky waters of AWS in 2008, Docker in 2014, and Kubernetes in 2015. With an insatiable love for technology, David is always on the hunt to learn and share knowledge with others in fun and exciting ways.

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