You’ve got K8s up and running, migrated your applications and are running workloads successfully, now what?
Having overcome those Day 0 and Day 1 challenges, more and more companies are now facing the long-term operational impact of managing and maintaining clusters as they prepare for Day 2 Kubernetes.
While Kubernetes handles application scaling and deployment, a heavy burden falls on DevOps teams to manage and maintain the underlying cloud infrastructure – a complex and time-consuming task. The gap between K8s and cloud infrastructure is a core challenge to building highly available, performant and efficient Kubernetes environments that can scale well beyond Day 2.
During this session, we will look at the vital cloud infrastructure questions that DevOps needs to be able to answer if they’re going to be ready for Kubernetes Day 2 and beyond.
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Kevin McGrath, CTO at Spot By NetApp
Kevin started his career at USi, the first Application Service Provider (ASP) 20 years ago. It was here he began delivering enterprise applications as a service in one of the first multi-tenant shared datacenter environments. After USinternetworking was acquired by AT&T, Kevin served in the office of the CTO at Sungard Availability Services where he specialized in migrating legacy workloads to cloud-native and Serverless architectures.
Logan Rakai, Technical Director, Labs at Cloud Academy
Logan Rakai has been involved in software development and research for over ten years, including five years in the cloud. He is an AWS Certified DevOps Engineer – Professional, and MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure. He earned his Ph.D. studying design automation and enjoys all things tech.