How Kubernetes Is Changing Microservices ArchitecturesJune 20, 9:00 AM (Pacific Time)
Join us to learn about the role Kubernetes can play in your organization’s microservices strategy, and gain insights into the complementary ecosystem developing around this container orchestration tool.
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About this Webinar
Aaron Miller, Senior Solutions Engineer at Kong, and Cooper Marcus, Director of Ecosystem at Kong, share their insights into the Kubernetes ecosystem and discuss how this open source project is modernizing the microservices architecture.
Kubernetes: The Future of Infrastructure
Container orchestration allows developers to better track, schedule and operationalize various containers at scale. If you want to run multiple containers across multiple servers and virtual machines — which you’ll need to do if you’re using microservices — this would require substantial DevOps resources to make a reality.
As recent survey data from The New Stack suggests that container adoption is the most significant catalyst of orchestration adoption. In fact, 60 percent of respondents who’ve deployed containers broadly in production report that they are also relying on Kubernetes widely in production to assist with orchestration.
Containers are quickly enveloping the world of software development. And the momentum behind Kubernetes as the future of infrastructure is not slowing down any time soon.
Senior Solutions Engineer, Kong Inc.
Director of Ecosystem, Kong Inc.