Running Production Workloads on a Containerized Database

Presented by

Anil Kumar, Director of Product Management, Couchbase | Jay Lyman, Principal Analyst, 451 Research

About this talk

With enterprise IT teams in full digital transformation mode, containerization is seeing widespread interest, and Kubernetes has become the de facto industry standard for container orchestration. Kubernetes has also emerged as a critical tool for enterprise DevOps teams, and as a distributed application framework, is well timed to complement increased hybrid and multicloud deployments. While the ability to run applications in the cloud using containers with Kubernetes has made everyone’s jobs easier, this evolving technology doesn’t come without some stumbling blocks, such as running a complex distributed database as a containerized application. Join 451 Research and Couchbase for a discussion of the key trends behind the adoption of containers and Kubernetes. You’ll learn: What’s driving the adoption of cloud-native software, and the challenges that come with it Why the containerization of stateful applications will soon go mainstream How Kubernetes can enable portability of both applications and databases across on-premises environments, private clouds, public clouds, and multicloud implementations How Couchbase Autonomous Operator allows you to run a fully managed stateful database application next to other microservices applications, all on the same Kubernetes platform How Couchbase on Kubernetes can reduce operational complexity up to 95%

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