In this session, you'll learn about the most important things you should consider to run Kubernetes in production successfully.
What you'll learn
In this session, you'll learn about the most important things you should consider to run Kubernetes in production successfully. We will look at the operational concepts that make Kubernetes so powerful and how they help (or hinder) troubleshooting clusters. Equipped with this understanding, we will then look at some of the most important additions you should consider to turn your cluster into a reliable, production-ready workhorse. Next, we’ll talk about managing deployments and how to provide observability of your deployed payloads before finally closing with an attempt to answer the age-old question: “Should you roll your own instead of using GKE or EKS?” For this session, you should have a passing familiarity with Kubernetes, kubectl, and cloud infrastructure providers like AWS and GCP.