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Friday, October 11 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Scaling workloads and businesses with Kubernetes

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This talk will be about using Kubernetes to help scale application workloads from different business market perspectives and what that process looks like. This talk also identifies how different size businesses have different needs in workload platforms and what to pay attention to for reliability.

You as an attendee will get a good sense of how to help companies identify what sorts of processes they need in regards to their software platform is one of those concerns. We will delve into what scaling that platform looks like with common patterns for startups to large corporations look like to make reliable business applications.

There is a lot in the Kubernetes ecosystem to help companies of many different sizes fill common patterns. Attendees will walk away from this talk with a good understanding of what a Kubernetes platform looks like for a:
Start Up
  • Kubernetes platform and choosing the right place to start
  • Neccesary applications for reliability of the cluster and application
  • Compliance
  • Applications for increasing productivity in small organizations
Midsize Company
  • Kubernetes platform choices at a larger scale
  • Possibly reusing existing infrastructure
  • Compliance
  • Necessary applications for reliability of the cluster and application
  • Applications for increasing productivity in small organizations
Large Companies
  • Kubernetes platform choices at a larger scale
  • Reusing existing infrastructure
  • Regulatory concerns and ideas
  • Necessary applications for reliability of the cluster and application
  • Applications for increasing productivity in small organizations


Speakers
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Ralph Bankston

Customer Reliability Engineer, VMware
Focused on Customer Reliability Engineering, Kubernetes, Modern Application practices


Attendees (14)