01.02.2023 | 

Webinar: Cloud-Native: Endlich (Voll)Automatisierung

Ein essenzieller Kernaspekt von Cloud-Native ist die ganzheitliche Automatisierung. Angefangen mit der Automatisierung der Infrastruktur unter Verwendung von Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC), über das kontinuierliche Bereitstellen von Anwendungsartefakten durch Continuous Delivery oder GitOps, bis hin zur bedarfsgerecht automatisierten Skalierung von individuellen Bausteinen. Sämtliche Aspekte sollten vollautomatisiert sein.

In diesem Webinar erklärt Cloud-Native-Enthusiast Thorsten Hans, welche Technologien Sie verwenden können, und zeigt, wie Sie und Ihr Team die Vollautomatisierung meistern.

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Dieses Webinar ist Teil unserer Cloud-Native Webinar-Reihe

Unsere erfahrenen Spezialisten Boris Wilhelms, Christian Weyer & Thorsten Hans betrachten das Thema Cloud-Native auf pragmatische Weise. Hier finden Sie alle Webinare.

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Gøran Homberg ist Consultant bei Thinktecture und arbeitet mit unseren Kunden bzgl. deren Anforderungen, Projektansätzen und zugehörigem Projekt-Management.

Agenda

  • Notwendigkeit der Vollautomatisierung in Cloud-Native
  • Infrastruktur-Automatisierung mit Terraform
  • Automatisiertes Deployment durch Continuous Delivery
  • Automatisiertes Deployment durch GitOps
  • Q&A

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