Clarifying Deployment and Management of Containers with Kubernetes

Presented by

Kiril Dubrovsky

About this talk

Whether you don't know what it is, or have already built a container strategy, Kubernetes can be daunting to learn and understand, not to mention scale, secure and manage. Especially given the overwhelming list of options and tools available for performing just simple management and monitoring tasks. Leveraging container technologies is a great way to achieve a wide set of efficiencies related to scaling, performance and cost and getting a more cloud-native architecture quickly in AWS. And now with the general availability of the Elastic Container Service with Kubernetes in AWS, that task has become even easier. In this webinar, we'll try to demystify the Kubernetes terms and moving parts in order to help you get an EKS based solution working in your account. We'll cover : - Why Kubernetes? - Overview of Kubernetes Services and Components - The kubectl command line - Controlling Access to the kubectl command line - Options for Scaling Containers in Kubernetes - The Container based Continuous Integration Strategies - Security Strategies for Kubernetes and Containers - Leveraging AWS Fargate and when that makes sense. - How Mission helped scale YourCall Football scale to 100,000 concurrent users with EKS

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