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Mistakes You Are Probably Making in Kubernetes


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As humans, we all tend to make mistakes. Unfortunately, sometimes those mistakes can happen in Kubernetes. When those mistakes happen, especially in Kubernetes, some can cause minor issues while others are major - wasted money, security breaches or downtime.

This talk will feature two former SREs who have spent years helping to keep mistakes from happening in Kubernetes. You'll learn about mistakes you are probably making and how to fix them.

Grace Gude
Engineering Manager - Fairwinds
Grace Gude is an engineering manager at Fairwinds, where she enjoys supporting and guiding the development team that builds Insights: Kubernetes security and governance software. She brings years of experience in DevOps, database development, website architecture and agile processes. She is interested in automation, data visualization and uplifting women in technology.
Rachel Sweeeney
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.

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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