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The Pyramid of Success for Kubernetes


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Did you know that 87% of organizations are now managing some portion of their container workloads using Kubernetes? Here's how you can learn to find success, not struggle.

The Pyramid of Success was first developed to help basketball players reach their potential on and off the court, but it can offer a useful framework for finding greater achievement in any area. The same model applies well to Kubernetes, as it allows for more secure and effective operations. The pyramid framework is intended to outline the basic elements needed to build out more advanced capabilities, leading to the achievement of competitive greatness. For users of Kubernetes, the three basic elements for success are:

* Security

* Policy

* Governance

In this webinar, Robert Brennan, Director of Open Source, and Andy Suderman, Director of R&D and Technology at Fairwinds, will break down the importance of each element in the pyramid and how each builds on another to create highly-functional and ultimately successful Kubernetes ownership. Listeners will hear more about how to:

  • Address potential risks in your cluster and what it takes to secure sensitive workloads.
  • Find visibility and ensure consistency of multiple clusters to enforce compliance and reduce risk.
  • Establish reliability guardrails and learn how to automate, monitor and enforce them

Listen in and learn how this model for success can help you prevent mistakes, improve security, optimize cost and save time. Gain peace of mind knowing your organization is doing Kubernetes right!

Robert Brennan
Director of Open Source - Fairwinds
Robert drives software initiatives at Fairwinds with a heavy focus on open source. He has worked for years on developer tooling and software infrastructure, focusing on the development of software that abstracts away the complexity of underlying infrastructure to enable an optimal experience for engineers.
Andy Suderman
Director of R&D and Technology - Fairwinds
Andy got his start in tech doing IT work while waiting tables in college. Later he took his first SRE role at ReadyTalk back before the video conferencing revolution gave us Zoom and other contenders. Today Andy leads research & development and technology at Fairwinds exploring new nooks and crannies of the Kubernetes ecosystem and pressing the limits of what’s possible with automation in a fast-moving technology like Kubernetes.
Stevie Caldwell
Tech Lead - Fairwinds
Stevie is the Tech Lead for a team that supports a growing platform of microservices running on Kubernetes in AWS.

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