Moving a monolith application to run on Kubernetes was not the biggest challenge we faced when we moved Cloud 66’s stack to run on containers. We realized we have to change the way we think about pipelines, security, managing environments, and configuration to truly benefit from this move and keep the pipeline—and the clusters—in lockstep with code. In this webinar, we will share what we’ve learned so far, and some tooling we’ve developed to solve our problems—which are now open sourced.
CEO and Co-Founder
Khash founded Cloud 66 at the beginning of 2012 when he found himself frustrated by the manual way infrastructure was provisioned and configured. Finding PaaS very expensive and restricted, and scripting languages like Chef overly complex for most workloads, he set out to change the way applications are deployed to the cloud.Before starting Cloud 66, Khash founded Sentiment, as a social search engine, and worked in various startups in London and San Francisco. Khash is a mechanical engineer by training and had worked for companies like Lehman Bros.and CMEx, before leaving the finance world to start tech companies.