Kubernetes Management: Opportunities and Challenges


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Monday, June 14, 2021
1 p.m. ET

As more organizations adopt cloud-native technologies to advance their digital transformation and application development efforts, many are unprepared for the complexity of managing the Kubernetes clusters on which these applications are deployed. Currently there are three primary ways to manage Kubernetes: one Kubernetes cluster for all applications, virtual clusters for applications, or fleets of separate clusters for each application. Each one comes with both pros and cons depending on various factors including use case and even cloud infrastructure.

In this webinar, we’ll explore the opportunities and challenges that currently exist with Kubernetes management and take a deep dive into existing ways to manage various Kubernetes environments effectively.

President - Fairwinds
Kendall was one of the first hires at Fairwinds and has spent the past 6 years making the dream of disrupting infrastructure a reality, while keeping his finger on the pulse of changing demands in the market and valuable partnership opportunities.
Ran Ribenzaft
CTO - Epsagon
Constantly chasing new technologies (such a serverless), Ran loves sharing open-source tools to make everyone’s life easier In his current role, he is the co-founder and CTO at Epsagon — which offers monitoring for serverless applications.
Jimmy Alverez
Product Marketing Manager - Red Hat
Jimmy is an experienced leader across internal organizations and has a track record of successfully being a source of knowledge cross-pollination across Product Management, Sales, Services, Support, and Education teams. With over 20 years of working within the technology industry, Jimmy has earned roles that have consistently increased in responsibility. These roles include Systems Administrator, Pre-sales, and Technical Marketing. Jimmy Is currently the Product Marketing Manager for Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes. He focuses most of his time on gathering feedback for improving the product as well as creating reusable content that can be consumed by many organizations across the company--attempting to decrease duplicated effort across silos.

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