Digital Transformation in a Kubernetes World


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Sponsored by RTS LABS

Wednesday, October 21, 2020
3 pm EDT

Digital Transformation and DevOps have ushered in the cloud-native era and taken over the business world. However, when implemented incorrectly, it can lead to expensive trial-and-error and proof-of-concept activities. Throw in technologies and concepts such as Kubernetes and microservices and it can become an extremely daunting task for many organizations. Join RTS Labs’ Senior Engineers Blake Jackson, and Justin Boutwell as they discuss how to pull off a successful digital transformation in a Kubernetes world. They'll also cover the business implications of implementing a new architecture, the tools and processes you should consider as an engineering leader, and if Kubernetes and microservices are the right direction for your engineering team.

Are you considering a Digital Transformation that includes Kubernetes and microservices? Are you worried that this direction might not be right for your organization? This webinar will provide you with the right knowledge and insights to consider when beginning your digital transformation.

Topics include:

  • The business implications of a digital transformation
  • The current landscape of DevOps tools and processes
  • Addressing your existing architecture and what it will look like with microservices
  • Considerations and common pitfalls when implementing Kubernetes
Blake Jackson
Senior Architect - RTS Labs
Blake is a Senior Architect who has spent the past 12 years designing end-to-end solutions for customers. He is currently focused on the journey to containers and Kubernetes, with an emphasis on reliable process and infrastructure.
Justin Boutwell
Senior Software Engineer - RTS Labs
For over 12 years, Justin has built and designed applications with a focus on backend services and delivery.  He has most recently worked on large distributed systems based on microservices principles, utilizing Kubernetes, Kafka, and the cloud to solve the challenges of running such systems.  Justin is most interested in designing applications and organizing teams to best deliver software.

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