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Kubernetes: The Good, the Bad and the Misconfigured


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In the world of Kubernetes, misconfigurations happen all the time. And they are a big deal, as improper configuration affects important factors such as container security, efficiency and reliability. These three high-level constructs are inextricably linked to successful Kubernetes deployments—and notably, they are also the three main areas impacted by erroneous configurations. When problems around security, efficiency and reliability are not consciously addressed with best practices, key elements of Kubernetes ownership like cost efficiency, user experience and overall performance are seriously affected. The good news is that all three of these important areas can be continually improved and managed simply by focusing on proper configuration. This is the key to running happy and secure Kubernetes clusters.

In this webinar, we demo some of the good, the bad and the misconfigured in Kubernetes. Watch as we demo:

  • Misconfiguration problems
  • What it means to the business
  • How to solve Kubernetes misconfiguration
Rachel Sweeney
Insights Enablement Engineer, Fairwinds
Rachel is an insights enablement engineer at Fairwinds. Her work consists of helping clients manage their Kubernetes clusters so they can spend more time focusing on delivering value to their customers. She also works with her team to identify common problems in Kubernetes to drive software development for Fairwinds.
John Hashem III
Senior Solutions Architect, Fairwinds
John is a Senior Solutions Architect at Fairwinds. He has more than a decade of engineering experience helping customers with cloud native solutions & architecture in the healthcare and insurance industries.

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