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Defining a Kubernetes that just works, anywhere

K0S is engineered as a modern take on 'lightweight' k8s: with the goal of deploying very simply, as a single binary, in a huge range of configurations on any hardware or device, from datacenters to IoT.

In this webinar, Adam Parco, CTO, and Mikko Viitanen, Senior Product Manager at k0sproject.io describe and demonstrate how k0s squares the circle, delivering lightness, simplicity, and universality in ways distinctly different from today's leading 'small' k8s distros.
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  • Accelerating the Inner Loop of Container and Kubernetes Development Sep 8 2021 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Miska Kaipiainen, VP of Engineering and Lee Namba, Product Manager, at Mirantis
    Kubernetes developers work in a multi-layer iterative model that combines container and configuration development and testing. How does this model differ from classic software development? What new tools and techniques help to make it smoother, simpler, faster, and safer?

    Join Miska Kaipiainen, VP of Engineering, and Lee Namba, Product Manager, of Mirantis for a roundtable discussion with Kubernetes developers, sharing details of their evolving open source toolkits and toolchains for K8S and container development.
  • Defining a Kubernetes that just works, anywhere Aug 18 2021 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Adam Parco, CTO at Mirantis, and Mikko Viitanen, Senior Product Manager at k8sproject.io
    K0S is engineered as a modern take on 'lightweight' k8s: with the goal of deploying very simply, as a single binary, in a huge range of configurations on any hardware or device, from datacenters to IoT.

    In this webinar, Adam Parco, CTO, and Mikko Viitanen, Senior Product Manager at k0sproject.io describe and demonstrate how k0s squares the circle, delivering lightness, simplicity, and universality in ways distinctly different from today's leading 'small' k8s distros.
  • Do We Need to Change How We Define the Data Center? Aug 12 2021 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Rick Pugh, Senior Product Manager, and Shaun O'Meara, Global Field CTO, Mirantis
    Containerization of applications has given us more choice as to where we can run our applications, allowing us to take advantage of multiple different infrastructure providers and develop truly hybrid cloud applications. However, this comes at the cost of higher complexity and more systems to learn. The idea of what a datacenter is also becoming more abstract. As a result we need to be able to better define where our resources are and how we access them. What's the real cost of maintaining multiple channels of automation to support this kind of effort? What are some of the risks? And how can you make life simpler?

    Join Mirantis' Rick Pugh, Senior Product Manager and Shaun O'Meara, Global Field CTO, for some takes on cost-analyzing a "DIY" multi-cloud Kubernetes strategy, and strategies for cost- and risk-mitigation.
  • How to Deploy a Production Grade Cluster, and Share Access to your Team Aug 5 2021 1:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Edward Ionel, Head of Developer Relations at Mirantis, and Stephane Montri, Cloud Solution Architect
    Configuring and deploying a Kubernetes cluster has become relatively easy, whether on-premise or in a public cloud. However, configuring a production grade cluster that meets industry-standard is significantly more difficult. Cluster administrators need to secure the access to it, configure observability, build platform services, integrate with the Enterprise software supply chain, extend cluster functionality, in order to successfully create a production grade cluster.

    Proper governance of your k8s cluster is critical and giving secure access to developers can be a painful process involving cluster certificates, access management systems, complex identity management, networking setup, and firewalls.

    Cluster admins want a much simpler, more automated solution that makes it easy to provide cluster access while continuing to leverage their existing RBAC to developers and their teams -- quickly, consistently, automatically, and securely, for multiple clusters, running behind different identity provider platforms and network setups.

    In this demo-focused Webinar, The Mirantis team will showcase how to configure a Mirantis Kubernetes Engine cluster and securely share access to the cluster through Lens Spaces - a cloud-based enhancement brought to Lens.
  • The value of Kubernetes as a substrate for complex software Jul 28 2021 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Shaun O'Meara, Global Field CTO and Artem Andreev, Product Manager for Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes
    Kubernetes is a powerful framework for keeping applications alive and lifecycle-managing them smoothly. At Mirantis, we've spent the past several years pushing this idea towards its limits, by turning Kubernetes into a home for OpenStack -- an extremely complex (and historically, reputedly fragile) open source IaaS framework. The result is Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes: a highly-available, k8s-operator-monitored, rapidly-scalable, non-disruptively updateable OpenStack that runs great, and confers new resilience benefits on its own VM workloads.

    In this webinar, Artem Andreev, Product Manager for Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes, and Shaun O'Meara, Global Field CTO, will share learnings and techniques gleaned from building MOS to help developers take the short, straight-line path to using Kubernetes as a substrate to reduce costs, risks, and uncertainty around "big software."
  • The End of Open Source? Recorded: Jul 15 2021 61 mins
    Shaun O’Meara, Global Field CTO, Adam Parco, CTO, and Chris Price, Director of Engineering at Mirantis
    The economics of open source are changing in ways that threaten its historic value to users. Important independent projects are underfunded and understaffed, leading to crises of quality and undermining governance. Big companies are moving in on projects and making (in some cases, dubious) moves to monetize, sometimes influencing the utility and trustworthiness of widely-depended-upon upstream versions, and/or introducing new lock-in factors.

    How can we fix this? Join Shaun O’Meara, Global Field CTO, Adam Parco, CTO, and Chris Price, Director of Engineering, for a survey of the state of popular open source projects, the forces and trends impacting them, and a discussion of funding methods and governance models for ensuring open source project independence, trust, and software quality in the future.
  • Securely Share Access to K8s Clusters Recorded: Jul 7 2021 55 mins
    Edward Ionel, Growth Lead for OSS Projects
    Setting up a Kubernetes service has become relatively easy, whether on-premise or in public cloud services. However, giving secure access to developers can be a painful process involving cluster certificates, access management systems, complex identity management, networking setup, and firewalls.

    Cluster admins want a much simpler, more automated solution that makes it easy to provide cluster access while continuing to leverage their existing RBAC to developers and their teams -- quickly, consistently, automatically, and securely, for multiple clusters, running behind different identity provider platforms and network setups.

    Join us on July 7th to learn how you can easily share access to a Kubernetes clusters securely through Lens, the world’s most popular Kubernetes IDE. Lens, an open source free technology, works with any CNCF certified k8s distro. Lens empowers developers and operators to easily monitor real-time events, debug and deploy applications within their Kubernetes clusters effortlessly.

    In this demo-focused Webinar, Team Lens will showcase how to share a Kubernetes cluster securely through Lens Spaces - a cloud-based enhancement brought to Lens.

    In this demo rich webinar, we will discuss how to:

    - Securely share a Kubernetes cluster via Lens Spaces
    - Access Cloud Native resource through your Catalog
    - Build workflows via the Hotbar

    Speaker: Edward Ionel
    Bio: Edward Ionel is the growth lead for OSS projects at Mirantis. Edward works directly with our end users to seek out the pain points within Kubernetes to help streamline developer and operator initiatives. Focused on identifying growth opportunities for Mirantis OSS technologies.
  • Understanding Kubernetes, Part 3: Storage Recorded: Jun 24 2021 59 mins
    Nick Chase, Director, Technical Marketing and Developer Relations and Christian Huebner, Principal Architect
    Any production-level Kubernetes application is going to involve more than just stateless containers floating around, so by popular request, the next webinar in our "Understanding Kubernetes" series will teach you what you need to both understand and work with storage in a Kubernetes cluster. You'll learn about different types of persistent and ephemeral storage, and even how to create an application that doesn't lose its state when the container gets replaced. You'll learn about:

    The types of storage Kubernetes recognizes
    How to work with storage on the actual host
    How to work with external storage
    How new drivers get added to Kubernetes
    How to run stateful applications such as databases on Kubernetes

    Join us as we prepare you for applications that move beyond the "toys" of simple examples.
  • Container Security Top 5: Kubernetes In The Wild Recorded: Jun 2 2021 66 mins
    Bryan Langston, Senior Solutions Architect, Mirantis and David Belcher, Associate Principal Consultant, Synopsys
    Join experts from Mirantis and Synopsys as they guide you through best practices to assess and resolve container security risks prior to deployment in the enterprise.

    We’ll share lessons learned from hundreds of practitioners and experts who have successfully implemented microservices within and across Mirantis Kubernetes Engine, and public, private and hybrid clouds along with practical experience attacking and hardening high risk Kubernetes environments.

    After this webinar, attendees will walk away understanding key container security risks when deploying microservices-based applications on Mirantis Kubernetes Engine and how Synopsys offerings support these efforts.
  • How to deploy Mirantis Container Cloud on VMware Recorded: May 27 2021 55 mins
    Rick Pugh, Sr. Product Mgr Container Cloud, Mirantis
    Mirantis Container Cloud lets you deploy, observe, and lifecycle-manage Kubernetes on any infrastructure: private cloud, public cloud, or bare metal, from datacenter to edge. This webinar will demonstrate, step by (simple) step, how to deploy Mirantis Container Cloud on VMware, and use it to deploy and manage Kubernetes child clusters on the VMware private cloud, for development, testing, and production
  • Building an Enterprise Container Platform Recorded: May 26 2021 47 mins
    Robert Hartevelt, Solution Engineer, Mirantis and Kenneth Albinsson, CTO, Conoa
    Cloud-native technologies are exploding in popularity because they enable companies to build new apps faster and modernize legacy apps everywhere, from the data center to the cloud to the edge.

    Containers and Kubernetes are everywhere but can be complicated. Leveraging multiple cloud platforms, providers, technology stacks, and flavors of Kubernetes can be even more complex, demanding, risky, and expensive.

    Join us to learn how to build an Enterprise Container Platform. Conoa will share their experience helping dozens of Nordic companies to design, implement and deploy container platforms. We'll also discuss how Mirantis Container Cloud speeds up your production, makes your life easier and lets you choose where to deploy.

    Key takeaways:
    • Learn how containers and Kubernetes are powering cloud-native enterprise transformation.
    • Understand the container and Kubernetes technology stack.
    • See how Mirantis Container Cloud lets you ship code faster — enabling speed with choice, simplicity, and security.
  • Introduction to Kubernetes Security Recorded: May 12 2021 64 mins
    Peter Ghobrial, Curriculum Developer for Cloud Native Training at Mirantis
    Kubernetes security is complex, involving considerations of cluster configuration and hardening, networking and ingress, role-based access control, zero-trust discipline, secrets management, registry mechanics, software supply-chain automation, container security and more.

    In this webinar, Mirantis’ Peter Ghobrial will outline major topics covered by Mirantis Training’s new Advanced Kubernetes Security course and help demystify aspects of the new Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKS) exam offered by CNCF.
  • The Future of OpenStack: Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes Recorded: Apr 29 2021 59 mins
    Shaun O'Meara, Field CTO and Oleksii Kolodiazhnyi, Systems Architect at Mirantis
    Mirantis Cloud Platform has solved some — but not all — of the challenges of maintaining, lifecycle-managing, and updating conventional OpenStack clusters. Customers tell us, however, that the experience of working with OpenStack, while better than with old-school manual and scripted deployments, is still challenging and sometimes labor-intensive.

    To that end, Mirantis has now introduced Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes, which hosts containerized OpenStack, using Kubernetes as a substrate. Traditionally fragile OpenStack components are now containerized services, managed and kept alive by Kubernetes native orchestration — with the cluster state continually re-converged to optimum by Kubernetes operators.

    Plus, it's easy to upgrade — even non-disruptively to running VMs. Existing Mirantis Cloud Platform customers can see exactly how the process of moving to Mirantis OpenStack for Kubernetes works.
  • Mirantis Cloud Native Platform Update Recorded: Apr 29 2021 60 mins
    Adam Parco, VP of Engineering at Mirantis
    Recent continuity releases of Mirantis Container Cloud, Mirantis Kubernetes Engine, and components have quietly delivered big benefits to users, including:

    Container Cloud support for VMware
    A brand-new Container Storage Interface for Swarm
    Two-factor authentication for Mirantis Kubernetes Engine, and much more.

    Join Adam Parco, Chris Price, Drew Erny, Ryan Zhang, and other engineering leaders for a look at everything new in the Mirantis Cloud Native Platform stack
  • OpenStack Basics Recorded: Mar 25 2021 65 mins
    Paul Quigley, Technical Curriculum Developer/Trainer, Mirantis
    Are you someone who wants to learn OpenStack? Well you've come to the right place, during this webinar, we will be training you on everything you need to know about OpenStack basics.

    OpenStack is the leading open-source infrastructure-as-a-service framework, used by some of the world's largest organizations to build cost-effective, performant private clouds for general enterprise computing, managed service hosting, carrier-scale Network Functions Virtualization, research, and other applications.

    This webinar will run down OpenStack fundamentals: basics of how to start using OpenStack to create and configure virtual machines, add and manage storage, create and use VM images, and build basic virtual networks. You won’t want to miss this!

    Planning to get certified for OpenStack? As the authorized partner and the official administrator of the Certified OpenStack Administrator (COA) exam (https://www.openstack.org/coa/), we will cover some tips on the COA Exam preparation, as well as the details of the recent Ussuri exam update.
  • Getting started with Kubernetes part 2: Creating K8s objects with YAML Recorded: Mar 18 2021 60 mins
    Nick Chase, Mirantis, Director, Technical Marketing and Developer Relations
    In part 1 of this series, we looked at the basics behind YAML. Now we're going to take that knowledge and use it to create actual Kubernetes objects such as Pods, Deployments, and Services. You'll learn how to specify:

    Basic building blocks such as Containers, Pods, and Deployments
    Networking objects such as Services, Endpoints, and Ingress
    Custom Resource Definitions and the Custom Resources they define
    Operators that help control the behavior of Custom Resources

    You'll walk away from this webinar with an understanding of the basic Kubernetes objects and how to specify them in your own clusters.
  • Getting started with Kubernetes, Part 1: Introduction to YAML Recorded: Feb 18 2021 59 mins
    Nick Chase, Mirantis, Director, Technical Marketing and Developer Relations
    Any modern web development, particularly when it comes to Kubernetes, is going to involve some work with YAML files. These files are used for configurations, definitions, and other purposes, and they can be both simple and aggravating. Fortunately, the concepts aren't complicated, and there are tools to help. In this webinar, Nick Chase provides you the skills you need to understand YAML from the bottom up, including:

    The basics of YAML structures such as key-value pairs and types
    Building on the basics with maps and lists
    Using more advanced features such as operators, anchors, and aliases
    Tools to make your life easier

    You'll walk away from this webinar ready to create objects for Kubernetes, Swarm, or any other YAML-based system.
  • Why the World Still Needs Private Clouds Recorded: Jan 28 2021 61 mins
    Jay Lyman, Principal Analyst at 451 Research, John Allwright, VP at Mirantis, Mayank Kapoor, VP at Reliance Jio
    The Why and How of Going Cloud-Native with Kubernetes and OpenStack On-Premises

    The IT market is all moving to the public cloud. Or so you’d think, based on the volume of marketing and conference talks about the subject. Yet many companies are realizing that for various reasons including security/compliance, location control, and cost at scale, deploying workloads on-premises, often in a “private cloud” is their preferred option. What are the factors at play when considering a move to public cloud or even a repatriation on-premises? What are your on-premises technical options if you still want cloud-native, self-service agility?

    Join Mirantis’ John Allwright, with special guests Mayank Kapoor of Reliance Jio and Jay Lyman of 451 Research, for a virtual roundtable where we will discuss these questions as well as:

    - The current state of the private cloud market
    - Business drivers and use cases for private cloud
    - Best practices for realizing the full benefits of on-premises cloud infrastructure
  • 4 Pillars to Ship Code Faster Recorded: Dec 3 2020 58 mins
    Mirantis' Shaun O'Meara, Global Field CTO and Head of Product, and John Jainschigg, Senior Technical Marketing Manager
    Agility is essential: businesses want to deliver features faster and optimize applications quickly to changing conditions. However, it’s hard to ship code fast while wrangling complexity and specifics across multiple infrastructures.

    IT teams are building strategies around containers. We believe there are four pillars needed to create a successful plan:

    1. Choice: Use your favorite tools and frameworks, avoid OS and cloud platform lock-in
    2. Simplicity – Use fewer tools to gain speed while lowering your learning curve
    3. Security: Focus on getting code to production faster, while reducing risk
    4. Consistency - One pane of glass, one point of integration, one security/policy/compliance schema, and one model for building automation across your organization and multi-cloud

    In this Talk, Mirantis' Shaun O'Meara, Global Field CTO and Head of Product, and John Jainschigg, Senior Technical Marketing Manager, will discuss and demonstrate how Dev and IT can gain choice without losing simplicity, security, and consistency -- and how the right tools let you have all this, and hybrid/multi-cloud too.
  • Simplify the Kubernetes User Experience with Mirantis Recorded: Nov 25 2020 55 mins
    Steven Thwaites, Mirantis, EMEA Technical Presales
    Kubernetes has earned a reputation for complexity, sharp edges and a steep learning curve. This has impeded adoption in production and productivity in development.

    Mirantis is investing and committing to making Kubernetes infrastructure easier to consume and operate in any environment, using our container management software: Container Cloud, and the world’s most popular Kubernetes IDE: Lens.

    During this session you will learn how Mirantis Container Cloud automates the lifecycle of Kubernetes clusters across public and private cloud environments, and we will walk through how Lens provides a responsive, productive and enjoyable user experience to the Kubernetes API anywhere you need it.

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    At this session, Steven will go through some cluster deployment scenarios using the Cloud Manager GUI, CLI and API, and use Lens to connect and deploy to multiple clusters, deploy applications, and visualize the state of resources in the Kubernetes API.
Ship Code Faster
Mirantis helps organizations ship code faster on public and private clouds. The company provides a public cloud experience on any infrastructure from the data center to the edge. With Lens and the Mirantis Cloud Native Platform, Mirantis empowers a new breed of Kubernetes developers by removing infrastructure and operations complexity and providing one cohesive cloud experience for complete app and devops portability, a single pane of glass, and automated full-stack lifecycle management with continuous updates.
Mirantis serves many of the world’s leading enterprises, including Adobe, DocuSign, Liberty Mutual, Nationwide Insurance, PayPal, Reliance Jio, Splunk, and STC. Learn more at www.mirantis.com.

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