Seth Meeks ·
Oct 21, 2019 · 1 min read min read
These days, most applications are being built using containers. Since Kubernetes can enable its users to orchestrate and schedule containers to run on virtual machines, it’s the perfect open source tool for deploying and managing containers at scale.
In our last webinar with Michael Schmid (@Schnitzel) and Bastian Widmer (@dasrecht) of amazee.io, we took a deeper dive into Kubernetes covering topics including:
How managed Kubernetes (EKS, AKS, GKE) compares to a regular Kubernetes Cluster
How to run managed Kubernetes
What a real-world production cluster looks like
Demo of a running Kubernetes Cluster
If you’re interested in taking your Kubernetes know-how to the next level or looking for innovative, open source solutions for your website, check out the full webinar recording of Kubernetes 102 now.
If you missed the first installment — Kubernetes 101 — where we covered the basics and main objects of Kubernetes, you can brush up by watching the full recording online.