Demystifying VMs, Containers, and Kubernetes in the Hybrid Cloud Era

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Infrastructure admins have always had a tough task to run the “data center of the future,” with the ability to support new application development processes, while ensuring no degradation to the extensive portfolio of existing applications. The rise of Docker, Kubernetes, and Multi and Hybrid Cloud Infrastructures has added some wrinkles, blurring the lines between infrastructure and applications, and how old apps and new apps are treated.

To put it more succinctly: in the era of cloud native everything, how can you work with your AppDev teams to provide a platform they’ll want to use and you’ll be able to administer, to work towards the theoretical nirvana of DevOps? In this new era, where does a VM end and a container begin? What gets patched and who will be responsible? Who’s responsible for availability and DR?

Join us for a webinar to understand how Docker and Kubernetes work with your hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructure (not against it). In this webinar we’ll cover:

  • Why containers are not VMs, the difference between the two, and how they are used together and when they are not
  • A view from the other side: how AppDev teams create applications in the world of Docker & Kubernetes and how that relates to your infrastructure
  • How Docker & Kubernetes can enhance operations and security and - dare we say it? - make some parts of infrastructure administration easier


Speakers

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Jim Armstrong

Docker

Carlton Caven

Docker

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