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Best Practices for Container Design and Orchestration

Kubernetes automates deployment, operations, and scaling of applications, but Kubernetes should extend beyond system management and help developers, too. Kubernetes should make it easy to write the distributed applications and services that run in cloud and datacenter environments.

During this webcast, you will learn:
- How to make application deployment and operations at scale simple and reliable
- How to make it easy to create “cloud-native” applications in the first place
- Idiomatic, efficient, clean, and extensible design and concurrency patterns leveraging Containers, Docker and Red Hat OpenShift.
Recorded Jan 10 2018 61 mins
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