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Deploy Secure, Scalable Kubernetes Apps with Service Mesh and Ingress Services

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Join us March 17, 2021 at 10:00 AM (PST)

The shift to modernize, build, and deliver container-based Kubernetes applications poses many questions around how teams work together to close the lab-to-production gap. Application teams, networking and operation teams are all striving to streamline the process to deliver validated production ready apps with agility.  

Is there a better approach than piecing together a mishmash of legacy or open-source tools that are disjointed and operationally complex? How can you deploy secure Kubernetes applications across hybrid cloud environments? And how can you provide a path to app modernization for your enterprise by bridging traditional and modern application components? 

In this webinar, you will learn how to: 

  • Close the gap from lab-to-production and operationalize the deployment of heterogenous apps.
  • Consolidate multi-cloud, north-south application delivery services including enterprise-grade L4 load balancing, ingress controller, GSLB, web application security, and powerful observability.
  • Automate running distributed apps with secure east-west connectivity within and across Kubernetes clusters and VM environments, full-service visibility, encryption, and authorization services.

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Manish Chugtu

Enterprise Technologist, VMware Tanzu Service Mesh
Manish is an innovative thought leader with 20+ years of extensive experience in architecting and developing highly scalable enterprise solutions. As Enterprise Technologist, he is focused on driving VMware’s strategy in the Service Mesh space. Prior to joining VMware, Manish was the CTO - Cloud Infrastructure and Microservices at Avi Networks (now part of VMware).

Bhushan Pai

Bhushan Pai

Sr. Technical Product Manager, VMware NSX ALB (Avi Networks)
Bhushan Pai has been a Senior Technical Product Manager at Avi Networks, now part of VMware for over 5 years, with a background in Engineering in the technology industry.