Technology leaders are embracing multi-cloud to mitigate the business and technical challenges that arise from applications running in a single environment: maxed out resources, limited geographic reach, limited resilience, vendor lock-in, and inflexible resources. Kubernetes has emerged as the best way to support applications that are cloud agnostic and run across multiple clouds. So how do you architect Kubernetes to support a multi-cloud application? You start by designing your Kubernetes architecture with multi-cloud in mind. Join DivvyCloud CEO Brian Johnson to get straight talk on best practices for designing Kubernetes to enable multi-cloud. Attend this webinar to learn about the following topics:

Kubernetes best practices to support multi-cloud:

  • Architecture
  • Directing traffic
  • Handling requests
  • Shared services
  • Cluster management
  • Service discovery

Major benefits of multi-cloud using Kubernetes:

  • Increased application resilience
  • Portability
  • Avoid vendor lock-in
  • Access to best-in-class cloud services
  • Geographically distributed application for high performance

At DivvyCloud, our software simplifies the job of securing Kubernetes clusters and workloads across public clouds including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, and Alibaba Cloud.

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