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Tuesday, June 25 • 3:40pm - 4:15pm
How Kubernetes Infrastructure Impacts Cloud-Native Apps from Dev to Production

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How Kubernetes Infrastructure Impacts Cloud-Native Apps from Dev to Production

Organizations seeking to containerize traditional applications or build new ones based on microservices architecture often deploy them on their existing virtualized infrastructure. Why wouldn’t they? The VM stack is built on tried-and-true technologies and deep institutional know-how.

But today’s cloud-native world isn’t built to run on yesterday’s infrastructure. New infrastructure, which is architected for the way containers and Kubernetes use compute, storage, and network resources, is needed to empower cloud-native developers. And as you take containers from dev/test to production, running containers on VMs adds a layer of unnecessary management complexity and reduces utilization, often impeding parts of the DevOps process.

This session offers up a technical analysis of how to eliminate the inefficiency of a virtualized stack and build Kubernetes environments that maximize application performance, container density, resource utilization, and enhance the overall ease of consumption for developers across the entire software pipeline.

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Andrew Mander

Sr. Systems Engineer, Diamanti
Andrew Mander specializes in helping traditional enterprise operations teams to modernize their infrastructure by leveraging cloud-native workflows, Kubernetes, and containers. Living on the leading edge of technology trends, he has worn various hats, including enabling enterprise... Read More →

Tuesday June 25, 2019 3:40pm - 4:15pm PDT
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