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Understanding the True Cloud and Kubernetes Costs of SaaS Tenants at Relativity


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Sponsored by harness

Tuesday, July 21, 2020
3 pm EDT

Relativity has over 180,000 users in 48+ countries from organizations including the U.S. Department of Justice, more than 70 Fortune 100 companies, and 199 of the Am Law 200. The RelativityOne SaaS platform is used by thousands of organizations around the world to manage large volumes of data and quickly identify key issues during litigation, internal investigations, and compliance operations.

Earlier this year Relativity kicked off an internal initiative to increase deployment velocity and reduce cloud spend as part of their cloud migration to Windows Azure.

As part of this migration, Corey and his team had to re-think their strategy for enabling product and engineering teams to deploy and measure microservices spend. In this webinar, you'll learn from Corey's first-hand experiences around:

  • Deploying Kubernetes Microservices to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
  • Sizing Kubernetes Clusters for their SaaS microservices
  • Measuring the real utilization, idle and unallocated costs of Kubernetes Clusters
  • Tracing the actual cloud resources and costs of individual SaaS tenants
  • Empowering product & engineering teams with application workload costs
Corey Wagehoft
Lead System Engineer - Relativity
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Ravi Lachhman
Evangelist - Harness

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