A developer's guide to operators

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Michael Jaeger, Product Manager

About this talk

Today, mature tooling, such as package management or provisioning tools, covers the installation and deployment of applications. But is there tooling available for managing an application? How are operational tasks covered? Software operators are the answer. The software operator is a design pattern, a proven approach to implement real-world operation tasks with source code. Software operators cover configuration, updating, scaling, running backups or performing health checks. Because they are the beating heart of organisations’ IT, they have more sophisticated transparency, reliability and data security requirements. How do you go about developing them? Join our webinar for best practices. We will cover: - What are software operators? - Why is it important to develop secure software operators? - Guidelines for delivering high-quality operators

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