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  • Key Considerations for Migrating from Docker Swarm to Kubernetes with Tectonic
    Key Considerations for Migrating from Docker Swarm to Kubernetes with Tectonic Saurabh Malhotra, Solutions Engineer Recorded: Dec 6 2017 50 mins
    This session will cover some of the key considerations when migrating a multi-container application deployed in Docker Swarm Mode to Kubernetes with Tectonic. It will also cover some of the differences as well as benefits of migrating to Kubernetes with Tectonic. Attend this webinar to learn how your existing Docker skills can apply to running and managing applications in Kubernetes with Tectonic.
  • What is Enterprise Kubernetes?
    What is Enterprise Kubernetes? Paul Burt, Product Marketing Manager Recorded: Dec 5 2017 34 mins
    Kubernetes is one of the fastest growing open source projects, ever. What it does, and the how and why are difficult enough to track. But, Enterprise Kubernetes? What’s the difference? This webinar aims to answer that question. Join us to learn about what Kubernetes is, and how Enterprise distributions (like CoreOS Tectonic) add to it. Paul will describe how “Enterprise” influences design philosophy and what benefits you should expect.
  • How Prometheus 2.0 adds serious muscle for monitoring millions of containers
    How Prometheus 2.0 adds serious muscle for monitoring millions of containers Chris Ricci and Frederic Branczyk Recorded: Nov 16 2017 41 mins
    Prometheus has long been a darling of the open source container monitoring space. Prometheus is built-in and preconfigured with CoreOS Tectonic, helping make it the most advanced enterprise ready Kubernetes distribution on the market. With the release of Prometheus 2.0, we're seeing new features which simultaneously simplify, speed up, and improve the scalability of the solution.

    Tune in for an overview and Q&A with lead Prometheus developer, Frederic Branczyk. We'll be discussing what the major advancements in the Prometheus storage layer mean to you, migrating to Prometheus 2.0, and more.
  • Is your team ready for Kubernetes?
    Is your team ready for Kubernetes? Hart Hoover, Field Engineer Recorded: Nov 14 2017 25 mins
    CoreOS Tectonic is an enterprise-ready Kubernetes platform that provides automated operations, enables portability across private and public cloud providers, and is always upstream open source Kubernetes. But as your team evaluates platforms for the move to the cloud, how do you know you're on the right track? Join Hart Hoover, field engineer with CoreOS, as he points out what you should be looking out for when transforming the way your company delivers software.
  • Implementing scalable CI/CD with Jenkins and Kubernetes
    Implementing scalable CI/CD with Jenkins and Kubernetes Chris Ricci, Solutions Engineer Recorded: Nov 1 2017 59 mins
    The rise of CI/CD adoption in the enterprise has been one of the major trends that has fueled the adoption of container technologies like Docker and Kubernetes. Containerization and advanced orchestration go hand-in-hand with the rapid iterations of CI/CD-based development.

    This webinar will cover why CI/CD tools like Jenkins and Kubernetes platforms like CoreOS Tectonic are a perfect match. We will also describe common integration patterns, how to configure the Jenkins Plugin for Kubernetes, and show how to build advanced deployment pipelines with Jenkinsfiles.
  • 6 Pitfalls of Developing your own Kubernetes Solution
    6 Pitfalls of Developing your own Kubernetes Solution Paul Burt, CoreOS Recorded: Oct 27 2017 41 mins
    What does "enterprise Kubernetes" mean? How is it different from a DIY install of Kubernetes? Paul aims to answer these questions and detail common pitfalls you're likely to encounter when trying to deploy your own Kubernetes environment. Avoid the Not-Invented-Here (NIH) philosophy, and make your developers productive from Day 1 by learning about authorization, authentication, secure defaults, and other critical features required for an enterprise-ready Kubernetes cluster.
  • All things logging for Kubernetes on AWS
    All things logging for Kubernetes on AWS Colin Hom, CoreOS Recorded: Oct 20 2017 43 mins
    This webinar will show how to set up an ELK (elasticsearch-logstash-kibana) logging stack on top of a Tectonic Kubernetes cluster. These three components work together to provide a solid logging, searching, and visualization of your infrastructure's data logs. We'll split this webinar into 3 segments to teach how to deploy the stack, how to query your log data, and how to integrate the ELK stack with Tectonic's cloud-native tools.

    Part I: Deploy the stack
    This involves three new components which will be deployed on the cluster: Elasticsearch statefulset, Fluentd daemonset, and Kibana.

    Part II: Querying log data
    Next, we'll look at how to effectively reference Kubernetes metadata when querying log objects in stored in Elasticsearch, and some common patterns in querying Kubernetes logs and gaining visiblity into various cluster components and/or deployed applications.

    Part III: EFK/ELK cluster logging on tectonic
    Finally, we will address how to deploy the ELK stack optimally on top of Tectonic.
  • Getting Started with Tectonic Sandbox
    Getting Started with Tectonic Sandbox Paul Burt, CoreOS Recorded: Oct 11 2017 34 mins
    Tectonic Sandbox makes it easy to try, develop, and deploy applications to a Tectonic cluster locally. In this webinar, we'll discuss the differences between Tectonic Sandbox and other local Kubernetes environments. We'll cover what kinds of tasks a local cluster is better suited for. And, we'll use this local setup to look under the hood at some of the features that make Tectonic special.
  • Securing Tectonic Ingress with Kube-Lego
    Securing Tectonic Ingress with Kube-Lego Duffie Cooley, CoreOS Recorded: Oct 10 2017 42 mins
    Kubernetes provides the ability to handle path-based load balancing with ingress resources.
    We will discuss how to secure those ingress resources with kube-lego. kube-lego is a common pattern for automatically acquiring certificates from let's encrypt. We will also highlight how to use a feature recently added to kube-lego to secure resources that are leveraging the tectonic-ingress-controller. The tectonic ingress controller enables you to satisfy your ingress resources.
  • Kubernetes Networking on Microsoft Azure
    Kubernetes Networking on Microsoft Azure Josh Wood, CoreOS Recorded: Oct 5 2017 22 mins
    Kubernetes eases application deployment and management on many platforms, in the cloud and on bare metal. For each platform, clusters are constructed and connected using the provider's networking primitives and APIs. Microsoft Azure has an array of networking services and features. How should these be most effectively marshalled by Kubernetes deployments? This webinar will examine the Azure network primitives from Virtual Network to load balancing, detailing how each component is used by a Kubernetes cluster, and examine common deployment customizations, reviewing best practices for each.

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