Self Service Kubernetes for Early Adopters

Duration: 25 mins
Arun Subbaramu
Technical Team Lead, IG

Kubernetes has ushered in an era of complex and often large-scale micro service applications running as containers. As with any new technology, the journey to learn, un-learn, re-learn and getting your hands dirty is the hardest part. In this session, you will learn from IG's approach to developing a self-service feature for Kubernetes making it easy for early adopters to embrace the technology. You will also see a demonstration of how starting from nada you can get to an end-to-end pipeline of source to deploy with Kubernetes.

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