Designing reliable, self-healing cloud native Kubernetes applications

Presented by

Oleg Chunikhin, CTO at Kublr

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Self-healing does not equal self-healing. There are multiple layers to it, whether a self-healing infrastructure, cluster, pods, or Kubernetes. Kubernetes itself ensures self-healing pods. But how do you ensure your applications, whose reliability depends on every single layer, are truly reliable? During this webinar, Oleg will discuss the different self-healing layers, what Kubernetes does and doesn't do (at least not by default), and what you should look out for to ensure true reliable applications. Hint: infrastructure provisioning plays a key role.

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The Kublr Team delivers insights, tutorials, and best practices on how to leverage Kubernetes to enable your Dev and Ops teams to get the most out of the development and deployment of containerized applications. Built on top of upstream vanilla Kubernetes, Kublr allows developers to maintain the desired openness, portability, and pluggability of open source technology, while operations gains multi-factor enterprise security, backup, disaster recovery, and vendor support.