Enabling Full Cycle Development: Are You Benefiting from your Move to Kubernetes?
Adopting Kubernetes will disrupt your Software Development Lifecycle. How can you make sure your organization is getting all the benefits a technology like Kubernetes has to offer?
By speeding up development cycles and hence increasing feature velocity, cloud native technologies like microservices, DevOps, and Kubernetes have enabled organizations to respond and adapt to market changes more rapidly than their competitors. Early adopters of the cloud like Spotify, Netflix, and Google have shared many stories on how their adoption of the cloud has propelled their success.
Not every company can be a unicorn, of course, but how can you make sure your organization is getting all the benefits a technology like Kubernetes has to offer?
Organizations that have successfully embraced cloud native technologies have invested heavily in creating a self-service application platform to enable full cycle development. This shift has implications for development, operations, and platform teams.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss the implications for each of these teams as well as the four core capabilities that a cloud native platform must provide:
- Container Management. The ability to manage and run container-based applications at scale and on a variety of infrastructures.
- Progressive Delivery. The ability to support the creation of pipelines that enable the automated build, verification, deployment, release, and observability of applications by developers.
- Edge Management. The ability for developers to release new functionality in a self-service manner.
- Observability. The ability for developers and platform teams to collect and analyze end-user and application feedback.