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Using Containers for Hybrid Cloud & Cloud Migration

The main benefits of containers vary from speed of development and deployment to scalability, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness – which is what made containers so popular today. But the ability to move containerized applications among different environments, from a public to private cloud for example, is one of the most important benefits of containers, making them enterprise favorites for cloud migration and hybrid cloud architectures.
In this webinar, we will talk about how to use containers in a hybrid cloud, specifically:
1.How containers make it easy to migrate and move applications between clouds
2.What architectural considerations and tooling you need to achieve portability
3.How to ensure consistency of control, security, and compliance across container cloud deployments
Recorded Oct 18 2017 40 mins
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Amir Jerbi, CTO and co-founder at Aqua Security
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