How to become Cloud Native (not) using Kubernetes

April 27, 2021
How to become Cloud Native (not) using Kubernetes

Kubernetes has become the de-facto standard to deploy Cloud-Native applications. However, the path of becoming cloud-native is full of challenges: from the new development lifecycle to the support and maintenance of deployed applications. To face this problem a new abstraction layer that starts from the application point of view and not the infrastructure one has appeared. This enables developers to easily specify the components and requirements of their applications in a provider-agnostic way, which combined with seamless infrastructure auto-provisioning represents the future development environment. Join us in this webinar as we explore: – Pros & cons of deploying cloud-native applications Kubernetes. – How we can simplify the development lifecycle with the Open Application Model. – Simplifying the development process with on-demand cluster provisioning.

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