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Take the Pain Out of Multi-Cluster Kubernetes


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Sponsored by MIRANTIS

Tuesday, February 23, 2021
3 pm ET

It’s no secret that using Kubernetes is complicated and adoption is slow. Operators typically have many clusters to operate and struggle to manage them, leading to errors, reduced speed, and lower than expected ROI for containers. Developers, meanwhile, have in some cases been forced to contend with Kubernetes using only command-line tools, slowing down learning, or have beenwalled-off behind PaaS and other abstraction layers that promise higher productivity and faster time-to-value, but constrain and limit innovation.

Join us on Tuesday, February 23rd to learn how you can more easily manage Kubernetes clusters using Lens, the world’s most popular Kubernetes IDE. Lens, an open source free technology, empowers developers and operators to easily monitor real-time events, debug and deploy applications within their Kubernetes clusters effortlessly. Lens works with any CNCF-conformant Kubernetes distribution. This webinar will be geared towards managing Kubernetes complexity to ensure faster go-to-market within your container orchestration initiatives. Attend our webinar to learn how to:

  • Manage multiple clusters through Lens with a pre built-in smart console
  • View a dashboard of all relevant graphs and resource utilization charts, based on Prometheus, while maintaining in the right context and respecting RBAC.
  • Use a context-aware terminal to ensure cluster API and kubectl version compatibility
  • Quickly access, deploy and manage thousands of Helm charts Integrate Mirantis Container Cloud to quickly access clusters running Mirantis Kubernetes Engine
Edward Ionel
Lens Growth & Developer Relations - Mirantis
Part of the core Lens product team at Mirantis, Edward is responsible for developer relations and seeking out Kubernetes pain points to help streamline developer and operator initiatives

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