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Kubernetes Benchmarking 2022 - What we learned from more than 1,100 teams

Speaker of the webinar:
Kaspar von Grünberg
CEO at Humanitec
Apr 18, 2022
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45min
2 hours
7:00 pm
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12:00 PM
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In the past few months, we have been talking to hundreds of teams that took part in our latest Kubernetes survey. In this webinar, our CEO Kaspar von Grünberg will present some preliminary findings and have a closer look at patterns we see emerging. For example, more than 60% of engineering teams say they underestimated the complexity of Kubernetes before migrating to it.

We will discuss:

  • Why and when to migrate to Kubernetes? Pros and cons.
  • What are the most common approaches regarding config management for apps and environments, security, and infrastructure provisioning? 
  • What are the most pressing issues with Kubernetes and its complexity?
  • What are the blocking dependencies in a Kubernetes setup and how to overcome them by enabling developer self-service

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

A recording of the webinar and related materials will be shared with webinar 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.

Kubernetes Benchmarking 2022 - What we learned from more than 1,100 teams

Apr 18, 2022
7:00 pm
CEST
PDT
12:00 PM
CDT
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Kaspar von Grünberg

CEO at Humanitec

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Kaspar is the founder of Humanitec. He has spent the last 10 years building and running software companies from retail-applications and door-to-door campaigning technology to monitoring and evaluation for NGOs. His observations of common startup development challenges during this time ultimately became Humanitec’s founding vision.