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PCF - The Power of Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes in a Single Platform

Organisations face an array of challenges when they venture into the world of cloud-native applications and microservices. Many struggle with which container technologies to choose, how to best leverage them, and their implications for the business. Then there’s the question of what cloud to run it on—and if you even need to make that decision at the outset. Finally, what skills do your developers and operations teams need to succeed in this new world?

Join us for this webinar as we demystify the complexities associated with effectively leveraging Cloud Foundry, Kubernetes, and Knative, as well as the platform required to enable you to run and manage containers at scale.

Key highlights:
- Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes on Pivotal Cloud Foundry (PCF)
- How PCF can simplify your technology toolbox
- Use cases with PCF (e.g. Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes)
Recorded Mar 13 2019 40 mins
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David Kari, Head of Platform Architecture ANZ, Pivotal & Pas Apicella, Advisory Platform Architect APJ, Pivotal
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