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Managing Cloud-Native Environments with Mirantis Container Cloud


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Sponsored by MIRANTIS

Thursday, September 23, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Cloud environments -- including data centers themselves -- are becoming increasingly hybridized, which can make them difficult to manage. But that doesn't have to be the case.

Join us as we wring the complexity out of the system by creating and managing clusters using Mirantis Container Cloud and show you how to simplify your life without limiting your options.

Key takeaways include:

  • How to deploy Mirantis Container Cloud
  • Deploy and manage Kubernetes clusters
  • Learn how containers and Kubernetes are powering cloud-native enterprise transformation
  • Understand the container and Kubernetes technology stack
Navin Poddar
Solutions Architect, Cloud Infrastructure - Mirantis
Solutions Architect, Cloud Infrastructure - Mirantis
Solutions Architect, Cloud Infrastructure - Mirantis

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