Enterprise Kubernetes


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Providing ‘How-To’ Knowledge to help teams migrate to cloud-native applications, microservice architectures, containers, and Kubernetes leveraging the most adopted open source orchestration tools available today. 

While the benefits are unmatched, the path to adoption at times may be unclear.  This session will provide guidance based on the experiences of what successful companies are doing to transition and optimize Kubernetes. 

The guidance will be based on five key skill domains:

  • Human Aspects
  • Process and Frameworks
  • Functional Composition
  • Intelligent Automation
  • Technology Ecosystem

The range and scope within the domains can be overwhelming to individuals and organizations.  

Breaking down these five domains into practical knowledge is the basis for this webinar as our all-star panel of experts will provide discreet buildable “how-to” knowledge on Enterprise Kubernetes crossing people, process and technology stacks.

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.
Wojciech Kocjan
Software Engineer - InfluxData
Wojciech is an engineer with 10 years of experience with public clouds and multiple years of experience with containers and Kubernetes. Currently, an engineer at InfluxData, working on InfluxDB Cloud and automation of its deployments.
Prashanto Kochavara
Director of Product, Kubernetes - Trilio
Prashanto Kochavara is Director of Product at Trilio, a leader in cloud-native data protection. Kochavara is responsible for the product strategy, development and roadmap of the company's backup and recovery platform for Kubernetes.

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