Native Wave… IBM Kubernetes Service: The industry’s best-kept secret?
More businesses are looking to Kubernetes managed services for container orchestration. They want the security, speed and scalability offered by K8s – without the complexity and operational overheads.
But why IBM? If you think Kubernetes, some other major players might come to mind.
The managed K8s offering from IBM Cloud, IBM Kubernetes Service (IKS), is as mature and feature rich as AWS, Azure and Google. And, in some cases, it is more enterprise-ready than offerings from other large cloud vendors.
This afternoon event, in partnership with Native Wave and IBM, will provide a transparent introduction to IKS. If you’re working with (or considering) Kubernetes for hybrid, multi or public cloud, you’ll find out what IBM has to offer, and why it should be on your shortlist.
WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN US AND LEARN MORE ABOUT:
- Why IBM Kubernetes Service is the industry’s best-kept secret and what sets it apart from the competition
- How IBM undertook its own cloud-native transformation, managed culture change, and implemented Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) for its public cloud service; IBM Cloud
- IBM Kubernetes client case studies and best practices
- 12:00 – 13:00 Registration, lunch, set your best lap time
- 13:00 – 13:20 The journey to cloud-native (Simon Parker – Managing Director, Native Wave)
- 13:20 – 15:00 IBM Kubernetes Service: The industry’s best-kept secret including an interactive demo (Matt Turner – CTO, Native Wave)
- 15.00 – 15.20 Refreshments
- 15:20 – 16.00 IBM Kubernetes case studies (Brian Say – Cloud Platform Technical Specialist, IBM)
- 16:00 – 16.50 How IBM implemented Site Reliability Engineering (Colin Thorne – Site Reliability Engineer for Cloud, IBM)
- 16.50 – 17.00 Event wrap-up
- 17:00 – 18:00 Networking, drinks and set your best lap time
This is a semi-technical event aimed at job roles including (but not limited to) Cloud Architects, Principal Engineers, IT decision-makers, DevOps Engineers. Register now and contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.