Infrastructure & Ops Superstream Series: Cloud Engineering for Operations

Infrastructure & Ops Superstream Series: Cloud Engineering for Operations

MP4 | Video: AVC 1920 x 1080 | Audio: AAC 48 Khz 1ch | Duration: 03:16:16 | 2.92 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

While cloud isn’t a new technology, the move to the cloud has accelerated...and has become increasingly complex. Ops engineers need to build new skills and knowledge: What are the pain points of moving to the cloud, and how do security and safety change? And how do you give power to developers while still ensuring secure and reliable deployments?

Join us for a Superstream on the cloud, with sessions covering everything from strategy to security and automation.

About the Infrastructure & Ops Superstream Series: This five-part series of half-day online events details what you need to know to effectively manage existing legacy systems while migrating to modern, scalable, cost-effective infrastructures—with no interruption to your business. Each event day covers some of the most challenging and promising topics facing those working in infrastructure and operations today: continuous integration and delivery, cloud delivery, Kubernetes, microservices, and security.

What you'll learn-and how you can apply it

Understand how data works in the cloud
See what tools work best for cloud native CI/CD
Learn configuration management strategies to increase system robustness
Discover strategies to help ensure a successful cloud native transformation
Explore secret change management techniques and tools
This Superstream is for you because...

You’re a developer looking to better understand the skills needed to work on infrastructure in the cloud.
You want to better understand cloud providers and security options.
You work in a cloud native environment and want to understand how CI/CD tools work best with this extra complexity.
You want to learn more about testing and automation in the cloud.

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