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  • Demo: Introduction to CoreOS Tectonic and Quay Enterprise
    Demo: Introduction to CoreOS Tectonic and Quay Enterprise Grant Liu, Solutions Engineer Recorded: Jun 28 2017 33 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.

    Quay is CoreOS's enterprise-ready container and application registry. Quay makes it easy for developers to store, manage and deploy container images, and simplifies your development to production workflow for your software containers.
  • Hybrid Hop for Containers - Results and deep dive from 451 Research Report
    Hybrid Hop for Containers - Results and deep dive from 451 Research Report Jay Lyman, 451 Research, and Rob Szumski, CoreOS Recorded: Jun 27 2017 57 mins
    Join a webinar presented by 451 Research and CoreOS regarding a recent study and analysis of container software in the enterprise. Jay Lyman, principal analyst, 451 Research, will go over the main drivers and challenges of containers and container management and orchestration software as evidenced by the results of our survey of enterprise IT decision makers. He’ll show how Kubernetes is winning production use and growing as an enterprise priority over other options. We'll also discuss the prominent role of multi, hybrid clouds and how containers are helping enterprise organizations better serve developers and achieve speed and other advantages.
  • Tectonic 1.6.4
    Tectonic 1.6.4 Rob Szumski Recorded: Jun 22 2017 21 mins
    Tectonic 1.6.4 continues the push to breaking open the cloud market. The features included in this release increase the portability of applications across hybrid cloud environments. CoreOS is providing an enterprise ready Kubernetes solution with automated operations that enable a cloud "as a service" operational model regardless of the underlying infrastructure, whether bare-metal, private IaaS, or public IaaS.

    Rob Szumski, Tectonic product manager at CoreOS, leads this webinar through the changes in the Tectonic 1.6.4 release. He'll go over the features included from Kubernetes 1.6.4 and how Tectonic is including operators for etcd other tools.
  • Demo: Introduction to CoreOS Tectonic
    Demo: Introduction to CoreOS Tectonic Chris Ricci, Solutions Engineer Recorded: Jun 21 2017 58 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.
  • Load Balancing with ELBs and ALBs
    Load Balancing with ELBs and ALBs Scott Sumner, Solutions Engineer Recorded: Jun 20 2017 59 mins
    There are few options for load balancing on AWS, and until recently, none that integrated well with Kubernetes. In May 2017, CoreOS and Ticketmaster released support for AWS's Application Load Balancer for Kubernetes. Join us for a conversation and live demonstration of some common patterns for load balancing traffic across your Kubernetes applications with AWS ELBs (ip based routing) and ALBs (url path based routing) with Tectonic.

    Scott Sumner, Sr. Solutions Engineer with CoreOS will cover how to leverage Kubernetes's cloud-native integration with Elastic Load Balancers, and how we use them in conjunction with Tectonic services and ingress controllers. We will be covering the Ticketmaster case study: their move to AWS and Tectonic utilizing the new ALB Ingress controller. With the new ingress model in Kubernetes, we can manage an AWS Application Load Balancer like any other Kubernetes application.
  • Using etcd-operator on Kubernetes on AWS
    Using etcd-operator on Kubernetes on AWS Colin Hom, Solutions Engineer Recorded: Jun 16 2017 50 mins
    Operators automate many of the functions necessary for setting up and running cloud native applications and the components needed to make them run. etcd is a distributed key-value store, and a cornerstone for many distributed systems; making sure it's running properly is crucial to the continued function of any deployments using etcd.

    This webinar will use the etcd operator to deploy etcd on Kubernetes. We will begin by deploying an etcd operator to a Tectonic Kubernetes cluster on AWS. We'll also spend some time covering how the etcd operator leverages Kubernetes to deploy secure, scalable self-healing etcd clusters. Finally, we will create a few example clusters and show off cluster scaling and recovery.
  • Kubectl Tips and Tricks
    Kubectl Tips and Tricks Duffie Cooley Recorded: Jun 8 2017 49 mins
    Kubernetes is packed with fantastic features - but it can be a little daunting to tackle that learning curve. At CoreOS, we work to improve Kubernetes every day, so we’ve gotten to know it inside and out. Duffie Cooley, solutions engineer at CoreOS, is going to share his favorite kubectl command line interface tips and tricks. Whether you’re just learning the basics, or are a Kubernetes veteran, these command line interface features will help you get the most from your Kubernetes deployments.

    Join Duffie as he leads a webinar showing some shell tricks, pod operations, node operations, and SSH options, and more.
  • Kubernetes 1.6
    Kubernetes 1.6 Dan Gillespie Recorded: Jun 6 2017 20 mins
    Kubernetes 1.6 is out - but what does it bring? Dan Gillespie, software engineer at CoreOS and the first non-Google release manager for Kubernetes leads this webinar to dive deep on the new features and upgrades included in Kubernetes 1.6. Hear more about enabling etcd v.3 by default, container runtime choice, beta RBAC support, and automatic provisioning of StorageClass objects.
  • A Look at the Kubernetes Operators Ecosystem: Rook.io, Kafka and Elasticsearch
    A Look at the Kubernetes Operators Ecosystem: Rook.io, Kafka and Elasticsearch Paul Burt Recorded: May 24 2017 51 mins
    Join us for a conversation about the Kubernetes Operators ecosystem and the emergence of operators such as Rook, Kafka and ElasticSearch.

    Travis Nielson, creator of the Rook Operator, Steve Sloka, creator of the Elasticsearch Operator, Jakob Karalus, creator of the Kafka Operator, will talk with Paul Burt, Community Manager at CoreOS to go over how to deploy these complex applications on Kubernetes, while also providing insight into the future of distributed systems.
  • How to Run Kubernetes on AWS
    How to Run Kubernetes on AWS Rob Szumski Recorded: May 18 2017 40 mins
    Kubernetes is the preferred way to run your containerized applications. With features like scaling, self-hosting, and self-healing clusters, Kubernetes enables running services at scale in the cloud.

    Join Rob Szumski, Tectonic product manager, on May 18 for a webinar on setting up and running a Kubernetes cluster on AWS with Tectonic. He’ll demonstrate why the Tectonic installer makes it easy to set up Kubernetes on AWS, and why AWS recommends Tectonic as the preferred tool for running Kubernetes on AWS.

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