Webinar

Workshop: Simplify developer experience on EKS, GKE or AKS with Humanitec

Speaker of the webinar:
Chris Stephenson
CTO at Humanitec
Nov 24, 2021
Duration
45min
7:00 pm
CEST
12:00 PM
CDT
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Kubernetes can be a very powerful technology when set up the right way for developers to consume it. However, many engineering teams struggle to find the right level of abstraction on top of their clusters, so that developers can deploy to them without having to become a kubectl or Helm expert.

In this workshop, Humanitec’s CTO Chris Stephenson will show how teams can simplify their workflows on top of Kubernetes and enable true developer self-service. He will show:

  • How to enable on-demand environment creation for EKS, GKE, or AKS
  • How to streamline app configurations on your Kubernetes clusters
  • How developers can consume both, external and in-cluster resources, without having to deal with scripts

After a 30 minutes demo, there will be 15 minutes for Q&A. We’d like to encourage you to submit your questions in advance.

A recording of the workshop and related materials will be shared with all attendees afterwards.

Audience - who should join?

DevOps Engineers, Site Reliability Engineers, System Engineers, Infrastructure Kubernetes Administrators, Technical Architects, Application Developers with an affinity with DevOps and Technical Management.

Workshop: Simplify developer experience on EKS, GKE or AKS with Humanitec

Nov 24, 2021
7:00 pm
CEST
12:00 PM
CDT

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Nov 24, 2021
7:00 pm
CEST
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Chris Stephenson

CTO at Humanitec

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Chris is fascinated by the tackling of tough questions in cloud-native development. He headed the high-performance computing group at Lloyds of London, played several integral roles in building a number of tech-setups at startups, and acted as a product manager at Google working on an internal developer platform used across the company. At Humanitec Chris is responsible for all things technical. He holds a degree in Information and Computer Engineering from the University of Cambridge and also studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.