Watch Dev9’s Google event video for an enlightening discussion with Kubernetes Product Manager, Allan Naim, and our Senior Solutions Architect, Konstantin Ignatyev.
Allan kicks-off the presentation by detailing Kubernetes’ genesis and how it improves developer productivity, and enables organizations to put their apps on wheels to facilitate smoother Cloud migrations.
Senior solutions architect Konstantin then discusses how Kubernetes addresses common DevOps concerns relating to microservices and SaaS offerings. Using a live application and corresponding code, Konstantin shows that Kubernetes is an excellent option to address challenges – from scalability, portability, to configuration management - while keeping development and debugging simple.
· Gain insight into the benefits of Kubernetes for Cloud deployments
· Examine a sample application that uses micro-services architecture.
· Learn, point-by-point discussion, how Kubernetes handles typical developer and operations concerns.
About Allan Naim:
Allan Naim is a Global Product Lead at Google and is part of the Cloud Business Unit, where he is responsible for business development and go-to-market strategy for the Google Cloud Platform App Hosting business worldwide. He joined Google after 15 years of experience in the enterprise software and cloud computing business, including roles in product engineering, sales, strategy and evangelism. In his most recent role before joining Google, he was a cloud evangelist at Microsoft, where he drove the adoption of Microsoft Azure across wide spectrum of companies ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies.
About Konstantin Ignatyev:
With 20 years of software development experience, Konstantin Ignatyev has led numerous development teams to success. He has most recently worked on a project involving micro services deployed as Docker containers and run on Kubernetes. Konstantin has a true passion for technology and is always looking for the best, most sensible tool for the job. When he isn’t working with clients, he is working on his own project, a global marketplace for motorcycle travelers.