When it comes to changes to anticipate in 2019, containers are front and center. While this technology was once promoted as the savior for portability and ease-of-development, enterprises now face real choices and real obstacles when it comes to running containers in production.
Join GigaOm Analyst David Linthicum and Andrew Hillier, CTO of Densify for this free one-hour GigaOm webinar exploring the modern notion of what containers are, what problems they solve, the challenges that arise when they are deployed in scale, and how to achieve high levels of automation and operational efficiency.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- The state of container adoption in the IT industry and the relationship to virtualization
- The challenges and limitations of containers specific to utilization, sizing, workload management, etc.
- Best practices for solving these challenges in containerized environments
- Practical strategies for automating container management and optimization
- Integrating these strategies into DevOps and CI/CD workflows
David Linthicum is a CTO and internationally renowned thought leader in cloud computing. David has spent the last 25 years leading, showing, and teaching large global enterprise organizations across all industries how to use technology resources more productively and constantly innovate. David has been a CTO five times for both public and private companies, and a CEO two times in the last 25 years. David has published 13 books on computing and his thought leadership has appeared in Wall Street Journal, NPR, Forbes, InfoWorld and Lynda.com.
Andrew Hillier has over 20 years of experience in the creation and implementation of mission-critical cloud applications for the world’s largest enterprises. As CTO and co-founder of Densify, he heads product strategy and leads the creation of sophisticated workload pattern analysis and machine learning technology that underpins the Densify solution. Hillier holds 10 patents in this field and is a noted thought leader and speaker in the areas of cloud and container technologies.