View this on-demand webinar to learn the rapidly changing container landscape ecosystem and how it is transforming enterprise IT.
Join ADP’s Jim Ford, JFrog’s Mark Gaplin, and NetApp’s CNCF representative Val Bercovici for their discussion on how enterprises are embracing containers.
There’s no question that containers have taken the enterprise application infrastructure market by storm. Since Docker launched in 2013, there have been more than 6 billion pulls of Docker open source code, and the number of related open source projects and commercial offerings and services has exploded. While initially a hit with “born in the cloud” companies, containers are now commonly used by traditional enterprises, with legacy IT infrastructure, to provide efficiency and scale to their offerings.
With all this popularity, however, comes confusion. In this on-demand webinar, Container World Preview: Navigating the Changing Container Landscape, three leaders in the container ecosystem offered their insights into the changing container landscape, by offering highlights from their presentations at Container World, held in Santa Clara on Feb. 21-23, 2017:
- Jim Ford, Chief Architect – Strategy, ADP, discussed how he’s seeing real traction with containers in the enterprise, sharing real-world insights from ADP
- Mark Gaplin, Sr. Solutions Engineer at JFrog, offered his perspective on the emergence of DevOps and how containers are transforming IT operations
- Val Bercovici, NetApp’s representative to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, offered the CNCF’s perspective on standardization efforts for containers
Join SDxCentral and the Container World team for this on-demand webinar as they discussed the rapidly changing container ecosystem and how it is transforming enterprise IT.
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