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The Journey to Modern Application Delivery: From DNS to Kubernetes

Docker and Kubernetes are considered standard components when building and orchestrating applications today. Yet you’re still responsible for managing applications built with “traditional” tools. How do you meet the demands of new, microservices applications, while still maintaining the legacy, monolith ones?


As technologists, we value innovation and discovering new tools and solutions. This webinar does just that, but first we take a look back at how we got here. Join this webinar to learn:


•The history of current trends in computing - cloud, containerization, and Kubernetes

•How load balancing and network architecture have evolved from basic DNS to complex systems that support new development styles like CI/CD, A/B testing of code releases, and self service

•Challenges that come along with virtualization, distributed applications, and multi/hybrid cloud

•Solutions to reduce the complexity of enterprise application infrastructure, including a new platform from NGINX, now part of F5, that bridges the gap between traditional hardware and newer software solutions
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