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Optimizing Cloud-Native App Development With Containers


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Containers are increasingly popping up in discussions about cloud-native application development. That’s because they’re a great development tool with low overhead for creating and removing them. But what exactly are containers? How do they work and what are their benefits and main use cases?

Join this fast-paced webinar from the AWS Cloud experts at ClearScale to learn why you should be using containers in your cloud-based application development projects. We’ll take a look at some real-world customer case studies and help you get started on your path to container-based app development.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn what containers are and how they work
  • Find out about the main benefits of using containers in the cloud
  • Hear about the most popular use case for containers
  • Dive into some real-world containers case studies
Anthony Loss
Solutions Architect - ClearScale
Solutions Architect, ClearScale
Solutions Architect, ClearScale
Solutions Architect, ClearScale

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