From my Machine to the Cloud with Cloud-Native Tools

Duration: 50 mins
Peter Jausovec
Consulting Solutions Architect, Oracle

With great scalability comes great responsibility. Individual deployments, updatability and development of microservices comes with advantages as well as challenges. Deploying and updating a single service/web application is simple. Now imagine doing this with hundreds or thousands of services. It can all get tangled and complex really fast. In this session I will demonstrate how to set up everything needed for your service development - Helm charts, Docker files, other tools and tips and tricks you need to take your services from check-in to production in a controlled manner. The goal of this session is to show the value of different tools and see them working together to make the deployment and delivery of cloud-native services a breeze.

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