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You’ve Adopted K8s, Now What? Key Insights for Effective Management & Observation


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Sponsored by MIRANTIS

Tuesday, March 2, 2021
1 pm ET

K8s is complex, rigid and can lack the security requirements your organization needs. Moreover, with rapid changes in the technology, innovation and skill gaps can develop for your organization and its employees leading to additional stress and tension points. So what can be done to best stay ahead of the curb and leverage K8s?

Joining us on March 2 for the exclusive panel webinar event, You’ve Adopted K8s, Now What? Key Insights for Effective Management & Observation to learn how your organization and its employees can best take advantage of K8s and future innovations.

On this webinar our speakers will discuss:

  • K8s outlook and trends
  • Potential areas for innovation and skill gaps (challenges)
  • How to build the RIGHT strategy
  • Customer / peer case study
  • Demo
  • Q&A
Miska Kaipiainen
Senior Director of Engineering - Mirantis
Miska Kaipiainen is the senior director of engineering at Mirantis and the principal of Lens, Kubernetes IDE open source project, that is one of the most popular tool among devs and ops to gain complete situational awareness across their Kubernetes clusters and workloads. A serial entrepreneur and cloud native technologist, he has extensive experience in working with high-tech businesses globally.
Analyst - Accelerated Strategies Group
Bob Reselman is a nationally known software developer, system architect, industry analyst, and technical writer/journalist. Over a career that spans 30 years, Bob has worked for companies such as Gateway, Cap Gemini, The Los Angeles Weekly, Edmunds.com and the Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, to name a few. Bob is well versed in a variety of programming languages and development frameworks. His current focus is on microservice application development and microservice oriented application architecture. He is a champion of the sensibilities and practices found in Agile and Test Driven Development.

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