Building geographically distributed microservices with containers
Making your application stack compliant with multiple cloud providers can be problematic. In this session, JAX DevOps speaker Jussi Nummelin explains how containers and modern (container) overlay networks can solve this complexity for you.
Running applications and services across several cloud providers and/or data centers can bring many benefits for organizations. Actually, in some cases, it can even be a mandatory requirement. But making your application stack compliant with multiple cloud providers can be problematic as there are differences between cloud providers, for example, in network configurations.
And to make things even more difficult, you should have a way to secure the intra-services’ communications between many cloud providers. In practice, this means cumbersome network configurations with VPN and other networking security solutions. Luckily, containers and modern (container) overlay networks can solve this complexity for you.
JAX DevOps “Docker & Kubernetes” track
Interested in integrating the best security practices to your Kubernetes clusters? Jussi Nummelin will be at JAX DevOps in May 2019. His talk “Taking the scissors away: Make your Kubernetes cluster safe for DevOps” is a part of the Docker & Kubernetes track, which is all about exploring best practices for working with these technologies. Join us at JAX DevOps in London this May!