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The Journey from Heroku to Kubernetes in 5 Steps


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Sponsored by fairwinds

Thursday, August 20, 2020
11 am ET
When companies start out, their applications are small and simple. Because they don’t know how their app is going to grow or how their application is going to scale, PaaS is an ideal environment. Many companies start using Heroku because it has a great web interface, no servers to manage and a UI that allows developers to get up and running quickly.
However, if you’ve been using Heroku, there comes a point when you’ll outgrow the one-size-fits-all PaaS. That’s where Kubernetes enters. What do you need to know when moving from Heroku to Kubernetes? Our team of SREs will guide you through five steps on how to migrate from Heroku to Kubernetes including: 
We will discuss:
  • Why to Move to Kubernetes 
  • Understanding what Plan to Put in Place
  • Optimizing for Security, Reliability, and Efficiency
Attend this webinar if you are starting your move from Heroku to Kubernetes or if you are interested in the steps to getting started with Kubernetes. 
Kendall Miller
President - Fairwinds
Kendall was one of the first hires at Fairwinds and has spent the past 5 years making the dream of disrupting infrastructure a reality, while keeping his finger on the pulse of changing demands in the market and valuable partnership opportunities.
Nate Baker
Site Reliability Engineer - Fairwinds
Nate Baker is a Site Reliability Engineer who has been working at Fairwinds since 2019. He has been working with Kubernetes in many forms since 2016 including on-prem, AWS, GCP, and Azure. He is passionate about Kubernetes migrations, automation, CI/CD, Helm, and Terraform.
Site Reliability Engineer - Fairwinds
Ivan is a Site Reliability Engineer who has spent the past twenty years coaxing technology to help humans and their businesses succeed. Ivan is currently focused on the journey to containers and Kubernetes, with an emphasis on reliable process and infrastructure.

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