Live Webcast, March 12th, 2019
8:00 AM PT / 11:00 AM ET / 15:00 GMT
Containers are one of the latest and more powerful technologies to emerge over the past few years to change the way we develop, deploy and manage applications. The days of the massive software release are quickly becoming a thing of the past. In their place are continuous development and upgrade cycles that are allowing a lot more innovation and quicker time to market, with a lot less disruption—for customers and IT organizations alike. However—this change is not without its challenges. Setting up, deploying, and managing multiple containers for multiple micro-sized services gets tedious. And difficult to manage across multiple public and private clouds. IT Ops has wound up doing much of this extra work, which makes it difficult for them to stay on top of the countless other tasks they're already charged with performing. If containers are going to truly be useful at scale, we've got to find a way to make them easier to manage. That’s where Cisco Container Platform comes in.
Cisco Container Platform, a turnkey, open, and production-grade software container platform to address Service Providers growing need to have applications seamlessly run the same way on premises and in public clouds. The Cisco Container Platform simplifies and accelerates how application development and information technology (IT) operations teams configure, deploy, and manage container clusters based on 100 percent upstream Kubernetes. The new solution expands Cisco's growing portfolio of other leading container platform offerings, providing more choice for customers.
Join us in this upcoming March 12th webcast to learn how Cisco Container Platform can help Service Providers enable an open, multicloud environment with consistent application deployment and management. Our session will also include a demo of the solution along with some real world use case examples.
Event led by: Phil Lowden, Consulting Systems Engineer, Service Provider Data Center
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