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Moving to Production-Ready, Fast, Affordable Kubernetes

Kubernetes has become a core component in delivering cloud-native applications quickly and efficiently. In this webinar, learn about:
• How to optimize design considerations and performance
• Integrations for compute, GPUs, storage and networking
• How to deploy a kubernetes cluster in days rather than months
• Moving teams that are running containers over the hump into production grade, and available support
• Managing production grade container deployment
• Support for AI/ML workloads - build, train, evaluate and deploy machine learning models
Recorded Mar 14 2019 44 mins
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Srini Bala, Max Chung, Supermicro & Carmine Rimi, Canonical
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