Although increasing numbers of organizations are looking to Kubernetes to modernize their infrastructures, many of these organizations lack the skills and know-how to design, assemble, and manage an enterprise container and microservices platform.
A large percentage of Kubernetes deployments fail because organizations underestimate the complexity of Kubernetes and overestimate their ability to manage a deployment.
As a Kubernetes solution provider with more than a decade of experience in designing and deploying containerized environments, we know first-hand why organizations fail and succeed in their Kubernetes deployments.
To help organizations avoid failure and save failing Kubernetes deployments, we have compiled 5 key signs that show you are on the wrong path, which will be presented in depth in a webinar on August 10 at noon EST
A premortem is a managerial strategy in which a project team imagines that a project has failed, and then works backward to determine what potentially could lead to the failure of the project. In this webinar, we will apply this concept to a Kubernetes rollout.
Sam Burns, a D2iQ engineer, will walk you through the “5 Signs That Your Kubernetes Deployment Is at Risk” and offer expert guidance on how to diagnose and treat a failing Kubernetes deployment.
The 5 warning signs that Sam will cover include the following:
- The project is more complex than anticipated.
- The project is past due, over budget, and still not in production.
- You’ve spent months standing up Kubernetes and still don’t have a single app running.
- You’re writing custom scripts to stand up and manage Kubernetes.
- Everyone on your team is a cluster admin.
This timely webinar could be a life saver for your organization. The risk is that you will fall gravely behind competitors who are doing Kubernetes right. Join this webinar to avoid becoming a Kubernetes failure statistic!