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Simplify Your Way To Expert Kubernetes Management


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Sponsored by NUTANIX

Wednesday, April 15, 2020
11am EDT

Kubernetes is a deep and complex technology that is evolving fast with new functionality and a growing ecosystem of cloud-native solutions. While the public cloud delivers an almost frictionless user experience, configuring and managing a production Kubernetes environment is an enormous technical challenge for the majority of enterprises that choose to do so on premises. Without the right approach, operationalizing Kubernetes in the data center can take upwards of 6 months, jeopardizing developer productivity and speed-to-market.

In this webinar, you’ll learn from Nutanix cloud native experts on how to fast-track your way to operationalizing a production-ready Kubernetes environment on-prem.

Specifically, we’ll talk about:

  • How containerized applications use IT resources (and why legacy infrastructure isn’t built for Kubernetes);
  • The main advantages of running Kubernetes on prem (as part of a multi-cloud strategy);
  • Key aspects of Kubernetes lifecycle management that greatly benefit from automation.
Sean Roth
Director, Product Marketing (Cloud Native Solutions) - Nutanix

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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