May 11, 2023
Welcome to Nortal’s expert insights on developing containerized applications in Azure – both burgers and refreshments included!
TOPIC OF THE EVENT:
Containers Everywhere – focusing on Microsoft Azure container options
WHEN & WHERE:
Thursday, 8th June 17:00-19:30 at Nortal’s Helsinki office (Mikonkatu 15A, 3rd floor). We will start with premium burgers and refreshments, and the presentation will begin by 17:30’ish.
LANGUAGE OF THE EVENT:
HOW TO SIGN UP:
Please use our registration page to sign up!
NOTE! There will be limited number of seats in the event – once 40 participants are reached, you will be added to the waiting list. You’ll find more information from the confirmation email that will be sent to you after registration.
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE TOPIC & EVENT:
As the mainstream architectural style has shifted from monolith to distributed architectures, containers have become a de facto standard for application delivery in many organizations.
In modern software engineering, containers are everywhere, from local tools running on a developer’s laptop to edge devices, from on-prem data centers to the Cloud. Starting with containers, especially with Kubernetes (K8S), can be daunting, but tools have become more user-friendly and easier to manage. As the K8S ecosystem grows, the next exciting area is beyond traditional data centers and the Cloud extending to the Edge, such as retail store point-of-sale (POS) systems and SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems at factory shop floors.
In this talk, we will talk about our experience of using containerized workloads, the good, the bad, and the ugly, and why we believe containers are here to stay. This talk will focus on Microsoft Azure container options, providing insight into the options available for different scenarios and use cases from the Cloud to the Edge.
What will you learn:
Aki Pehkonen, Head of Cloud
Aki is a hands-on Head of Cloud helping Nortal clients in their cloud migration journey and adopting modern software development practices. Aki has been working in the IT industry since the early 2000s and holds professional cloud architect certifications for Azure, AWS, and Google Cloud.