Datavail to Present DBTA Roundtable on October 7
Running Databases on Kubernetes: Considerations & Best Practices
Broomfield, Colo. (Sept. 30, 2021) – Datavail, a tech-enabled data management, applications and business intelligence solutions provider, will be presenting a special routable webinar in partnership with Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) on October 7.
Datavail’s Global Practice Lead & Director of MongoDB Services Charleste King will present: Running Databases on Kubernetes: Considerations & Best Practices on Thursday, October 7 at 11:00 AM PT/2:00 PM ET. King will be co-presenting with speakers from Cockroach Labs and Portworx by Pure Storage.
Today, more and more apps are being deployed on containers in Kubernetes. Since the wide-spread adoption of containers, Kubernetes has emerged as the de facto orchestration platform used by dev teams with a robust ecosystem of distributions and cloud services for enterprises to choose from. While this same level of growth has not been seen with the containerization of databases, which can be challenging to run in distributed environments, this is starting to change as enterprises rethink traditional approaches data management. The opportunity to bring the benefits of DevOps tools and practices to the database world is appealing.
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Datavail is an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner and Microsoft Gold Partner that provides a broad range of services in support of databases, analytics and applications. From managed services and consulting to projects and 24×7 operational support, Datavail has you and your data covered. We’ve helped hundreds of customers migrate their applications and database workloads to the cloud.