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How is Cloud Native changing the landscape of Edge and 5G?

It's hard to imagine Edge Computing and 5G without cloud native computing, but the reality is that one doesn't necessarily require the other. Join Mirantis' Adam Parco, Shaun O'Meara, and guest Darragh Grealish, Site Reliability Engineer and co-founder of 56K.Cloud as they discuss the ways in which cloud native computing, edge computing, and 5G feed off each other in an ever accelerating race.
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  • Getting started with Kubernetes part 2: Creating K8s objects with YAML Dec 30 2021 6:00 pm UTC 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 Dec 21 2021 4:00 pm UTC 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.
  • Cloud Native & Coffee: Is Open Source Only About Free Software? Dec 16 2021 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Sophia Vargas, Open Source Program Manager with Google, and Adam Parco, Shaun O'Meara, Nick Chase of Mirantis
    Because it doesn't directly cost anything to get, for many people "open source" means "free software". But is it really free? In this rollicking discussion we will get the perspective of Sophia Vargas, Program Manager in Google's Open Source Programs Office. What is the impact of open source on the industry, and how is it created and managed? What are the risks and rewards of community built software? Come by and join the conversation!
  • Long Live Docker Swarm! Recorded: Nov 24 2021 55 mins
    Jason Epstein, Sr. Solutions Engineer
    In the beginning, Docker said "Let there be orchestration!" and they called this "Swarm". Then came Kubernetes so Docker said "Let there be both Swarm and Kubernetes, and let developers choose". And it was so. Mirantis is the only vendor that offers both enterprise Swarm and Kubernetes, and can help you decide which is best for you. For some use cases, Kubernetes is the best option. For others, Swarm is the better fit. And, if you change your mind, our GUI makes it easy to move nodes from one orchestrator to another. Join us on Wednesday, November 24th, at 1 pm EST for a fast-paced webinar on how Swarm works, where it's most useful, and how you can get the most from it, including: When a Docker Swarm cluster is your best friend How to create a Swarm cluster How to deploy your application to Swarm (including a live demo!) How to use Swarm to mimic your production environment on your local desktop
  • Security: How To Make It Integral To The Infrastructure And Development Process Recorded: Nov 19 2021 61 mins
    Glen Kosaka (NeuVector) and Stephane Montri (Mirantis)
    Security shouldn't be an afterthought

    As majority of the enterprises embrace the cloud journey for digital transformation, containerization and Kubernetes are the dominant technologies and products used on-premises or in multi-cloud deployments. As with any new technologies, there’re always concerns about security.

    Container management platform vendors have security built-in at every layer of the stack. This brings up security at the applications layer. Are applications secure? As developers use open source images to build applications, how do we know images are secure or trusted? How about runtime risks?

    In this webinar, we’ll cover security automation to build a secure CI pipeline, and discuss secure supply chain using NeuVector with Mirantis Kubernetes Engine and Mirantis Secure Registry
  • How is Cloud Native changing the landscape of Edge and 5G? Recorded: Nov 18 2021 33 mins
    Adam Parco, Shaun O'Meara, Nick Chase and Darragh Grealish
    It's hard to imagine Edge Computing and 5G without cloud native computing, but the reality is that one doesn't necessarily require the other. Join Mirantis' Adam Parco, Shaun O'Meara, and guest Darragh Grealish, Site Reliability Engineer and co-founder of 56K.Cloud as they discuss the ways in which cloud native computing, edge computing, and 5G feed off each other in an ever accelerating race.
  • Kubernetes that "just works" -- anywhere Recorded: Nov 11 2021 57 mins
    Jussi Nummelin, Senior Principal Engineer 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, Jussi Nummelin, Senior Principal Engineer, 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.
  • Cloud Native and Coffee - Migrating Legacy Applications Recorded: Nov 1 2021 61 mins
    Shaun O'Meara, Field CTO, Adam Parco, CTO, Nick Chase, Director of Technical Marketing and Developer Relations
    We make a lot of noise about cloud native this, and cloud native that, and cloud native is the way applications are going, but in a world in which we still use COBOL applications written in the 1960s, is it really worth the time and money to migrate legacy applications, or should you continue to run them on bare metal and virtual machines?

    Bring your favorite beverage as Alex Williams, Founder and Publisher of The New Stack, joins Mirantis' Shaun O'Meara, Adam Parco, and Nick Chase for a fun look at the week's news and to debate whether (and if so when) the cloud native hype lives up to expectations.
  • You've Got Kubernetes. Now You Need App-Focused Security Using Istio Recorded: Oct 29 2021 53 mins
    Nick Chase, Director of Technical Marketing and Developer Relations and Andrew Jenkins, CTO Aspen Mesh
    A single phishing email, missed patch, or misconfiguration can wreak havoc or bring things to a screeching halt. Kubernetes platform providers manage security at the infrastructure, orchestration, and container level, the challenge is at the application services level.

    Uplevel your security means adding a service mesh that can secure thousands of connections between microservice containers inside of a single cluster or multi-cluster across geos.

    We'll address open source Istio's capabilities and the operational challenges it solves. We'll ask Andrew Jenkins, Aspen Mesh's CTO to share options to get the robust security and traffic management of open source Istio without taking on the deployment and management yourself.

    YOU'LL WALK AWAY WITH UNDERSTANDING OF:

    How Istio controls North-South and East-West traffic and how that relates to application-level traffic
    How Istio secures communication between microservices
    How to simplify operations and prevent security holes as the number of microservices in production grows
    What is involved in hardening Istio into an enterprise-class service mesh
  • Managing Cloud Native Environments with Mirantis Container Cloud - Demo! Recorded: Oct 27 2021 59 mins
    Navin Poddar, Solutions Architect
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    Scott Cranton and Uday Shetty
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    How to address the challenges of deploying, managing and scaling microservices in enterprise
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  • Real Verifiable Security: FIPS 140-2 and DISA STIG Recorded: Oct 14 2021 33 mins
    Bryan Langston, Director of Cloud Architecture
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    One way is to conform to the same standards required by the United States federal government for their systems -- or at least, to base your systems on components that do. Fortunately, these standards are publicly available, so both users and vendors can build products to these requirements.

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    What Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2 is and how it works
    How FIPS 140-2 prevents data loss
    How to tell if a vendor's product really conform to FIPS 140-2
    How to build on a FIPS 140-2 certified product to achieve your own certification
    Where the Defense Information Systems Agency Security Technical Implementation Guide (DISA STIG) is required and how to achieve it
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    Stéphane Montri, Cloud Solution Architect at Mirantis
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    In this webinar, Mirantis Solution Architect Stephane Montri will talk about:

    -What is FIPS, and what is DISA STIG?
    -How to create a secure and compliant CI/CD workflow
    -How Mirantis can help with creating and maintaining a secure and compliant CI/CD pipeline
  • Manage your cloud-native container environment with Mirantis Container Cloud Recorded: Oct 12 2021 50 mins
    Rick Pugh - Product Manager
    Cloud environments -- including data centers themselves -- are becoming increasingly hybridized, which can make them difficult to manage. But that doesn't have to be the case. Join us as we wrangle the complexity out of the system by creating and managing clusters for on premise clouds such as VMWare, OpenStack, and Bare Metal - as well as public clouds such as AWS, Azure, and Equinix Metal - using Mirantis Container Cloud to simplify your life without limiting your options.
  • Cloud Native Data Center as the Future of Modern Infrastructure. Recorded: Sep 30 2021 56 mins
    Shaun O'Meara, Field CTO
    Business and technology leaders are recognizing the critical role that open source technologies play in the development of new cloud-native applications. Open-source technologies such as Kubernetes and the ecosystem that accompanies it creates a wide range of opportunities, but they also increase the complexity and the number of individual moving parts that technology teams need to deal with. The data center of the future is going to be based on cloud-native open source components. The question is how technology leaders are going to manage all the needed technology components while still being able to focus on driving value for the business.

    In this Webinar, you will learn about the various challenges faced in the deployment of cloud-native applications using open-source technologies, the solution requirements involved to solve these challenges, and how Mirantis is delivering on the Cloud Native Data Center as a Service to meet these needs.
  • Everything you Need to Know About Container Security Recorded: Sep 28 2021 39 mins
    Patrick Gunnersten, Product & Solutions Specialist at Conoa and Robert Hartevelt, Solution Engineer at Mirantis
    Join experts from Mirantis and Conoa 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.

    The Webinar will be presented by Robert Hartevelt, Solutions Engineer at Mirantis, along with Patrick Gunnersten, Product & Solutions Specialist at Conoa and Martin Dahl, Senior Infrastructure Engineer at Conoa.
  • Managing and Protecting Cloud-Native Applications in a Multi-Cloud World Recorded: Sep 23 2021 53 mins
    Uday Shetty and Ben Morrison
    Are you deploying Kubernetes applications in production that now have compliance or resiliency requirements? Are you migrating from another distribution or across clouds?

    The extraordinary performance, scale and mobility challenges in these dynamic container environments demand a purpose-built platform that enables turnkey restoration and mobility of entire Kubernetes applications on-demand, from any point in time.

    In this session you’ll learn how users can protect, restore and migrate your Kubernetes apps, clusters and namespaces across K8s distributions and your multi-cloud deployment.

    We’ll also demo our latest release that offers new multi-cloud management and enterprise-grade DR capabilities offering complete infrastructure resiliency.
  • Cloud Native & Coffee: Has Cloud Killed the Private Data Center? Recorded: Sep 16 2021 61 mins
    Jacob Smith VP at Equinix will join Shaun O'Meara, Field CTO, Adam Parco, CTO
    Just as applications are changing, so is the nature of the data center. When you don't need to know what physical server your cloud native workload runs on, do you really care where that server is, or even what it is? Join us for a lively chat about whether we see the data center going in a new direction or disappearing completely.
  • Security: How To Make It Integral To The Infrastructure And Development Process Recorded: Sep 15 2021 61 mins
    Glen Kosaka (NeuVector) and Stephane Montri (Mirantis)
    Security shouldn't be an afterthought

    As majority of the enterprises embrace the cloud journey for digital transformation, containerization and Kubernetes are the dominant technologies and products used on-premises or in multi-cloud deployments. As with any new technologies, there’re always concerns about security.

    Container management platform vendors have security built-in at every layer of the stack. This brings up security at the applications layer. Are applications secure? As developers use open source images to build applications, how do we know images are secure or trusted? How about runtime risks?

    In this webinar, we’ll cover security automation to build a secure CI pipeline, and discuss secure supply chain using NeuVector with Mirantis Kubernetes Engine and Mirantis Secure Registry
  • Do We Need to Change How We Define the Data Center? Recorded: Aug 12 2021 43 mins
    Nick Chase, Director of Technical Marketing and Developer Relations and Rick Pugh, Senior Product Manager
    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 Nick Chase, Director of Technical Marketing and Developer Relations, for some takes on cost-analyzing a "DIY" multi-cloud Kubernetes strategy, and strategies for cost- and risk-mitigation.
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Mirantis helps organizations ship code faster utilizing public and private clouds, providing a public cloud experience on any infrastructure from the data center to the edge. With a long-standing record of delivering solutions based on open source with enterprise-grade support, Mirantis offers an as-a-service experience of Kubernetes and OpenStack to provide containerization and virtualization services. Mirantis serves many of the world’s leading enterprises, including Adobe, DocuSign, Liberty Mutual, Nationwide Insurance, Reliance Jio, S&P Global, Seagate, Société Générale, and Volkswagen. Learn more at www.mirantis.com.

Mirantis is a global company headquartered in Campbell, California.

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