Join Rasheed Amir, Kubernetes evangelist and CEO at Stakater, as he discusses how companies are taking advantage of Kubernetes when it comes to DevOps for their mission-critical cloud-native applications. These applications however will have business requirements for near 100% uptime and availability. In the event of a disaster, the applications need to continue to be available and perform without a hitch. For DevOps engineers with non-containerized as well as containerized architecture background, it is important to understand the components and strategies they need to consider for effective disaster recovery for Kubernetes.
You will learn:
- Some concepts and terms to consider for disaster recovery business needs
- Kubernetes architecture for ensuring fault tolerance and high availability
- Factors to consider while creating a Disaster recovery plan
- The components for which to implement backup and restore