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Migrating From IaaS to Containers

Eric Wright  (Technology Evangelist, Turbonomic)

Date: Monday, October 5

Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Event Type: Training

Track: Cloud Environments

Vault Recording: TBD

Successful migration from Infrastructure-as-a-Service to a containerized infrastructure needs a special set of skills. You will learn how to use a combination of technology know-how, collaboration skills and business requirements to bring today's IaaS applications into a containerized world.

Part 1 - Practical Steps for Moving from IaaS to Containers and PaaS
What are the most effective practical steps that have been proven out in real-world environments as organizations and teams make the transition to a more cloud-native deployment using containers and Platform-as-a-Service? We walk through tried and tested processes in order to prepare you to successfully make the transition for you and your organization in an interactive workshop.

Part 2 - Defining the Requirements - Enterprise Architecture in Practice
You will be guided through architecting an application from its current single-server implementation to break out the components, design for resiliency, and understand the advantages and challenges of each decision as we refactor the design for a cloud-native architecture. All code will be shared and you get a complete guided hands-on experience. Labs will be fully online and will also have offline components so that you can keep learning beyond the event.