Events | Meet-Up on STACKIT Cloud and Kubernetes – YouTube live
Dear computer science students in the Heilbronn area, You were unfortunately too late to register to participate on-site at the Meet-Up “STACKIT Cloud & Kubernetes” on 27.06.23 at 18:00? Then I now have good news! You can stream the meet-up live via the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4P9xopivfNk
Take the chance to participate virtually in the casual round about Cloud and Kubernetes. Yours Julius Steup, Product Owner STACKIT Kubernetes
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Why the Meet-Up?
Students from the field of computer science as well as cloud enthusiasts should get the chance to look behind the scenes of STACKIT Cloud. The focus will be on direct exchange with the development team. Together with his team, Julius Steup will report on everyday life at STACKIT and the steps they take during product development. In this way, the students will find out exactly what working at STACKIT in a development team for cloud products is like.
A total of 70 students will be able to take part in the live discussion on site, contribute their own ideas and ask in-depth questions. But via the registration link above, STACKIT would also like to offer other interested students and cloud enthusiasts the chance to at least follow the meet-up online.
About STACKIT Kubernetes – Easily create, supply, and operate containerized workloads
STACKIT Kubernetes Engine (SKE) is a robust, scalable, and managed Kubernetes service. SKE supplies a CNCF-compliant Kubernetes cluster and makes it easy to provide standard Kubernetes applications and containerized workloads. User-defined Kubernetes clusters can be created as self-service without complications using the STACKIT Cloud Portal.
Where can STACKIT Kubernetes be applied?
Migration of existing applications to the cloud: Quickly and easily containerize existing applications and execute them on SKE in the European cloud without having to worry about the underlying infrastructure.
Operation of cloud-native applications: Create new cloud-native applications in the form of microservices, and use the Kubernetes ecosystem for service meshes, serverless applications, and CI/CD pipelines among others.
Creation of stateful applications: Operate stateful applications on SKE clusters using persistent block storage.