See the future of edge Kubernetes
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About the webinar
55% of Kubernetes users say they will start or grow their use of edge Kubernetes in the next 12 months. If that includes you, this webinar is a must-see.
There are so many compelling use cases for edge computing in every industry, and Kubernetes is a key part of today’s edge stack. But the landscape is evolving fast, and if you’re starting an edge project, it seems like there are challenges every step of the way.
In this webinar we’ll be joined by independent analyst and edge expert Janakiram MSV, and our CTO, Saad Malik.
Jani and Saad will bring you up to speed with the latest in edge Kubernetes, including the top technical use cases and challenges you need to consider when scoping your project. We’ll discuss selected findings from our recent 2022 State of Production Kubernetes research, and draw on Jani’s own data sources as an independent analyst.
But it’s not just talk: we’ll also give you an exclusive tour of some brand new capabilities in our forthcoming Palette Edge 2.0 release, which launches the day of this webinar! We’ve already earned Gartner Cool Vendor and Topio Rising Star recognition for our excellence in edge — now see the latest advances available to you as a Palette user.
What you'll learn
- The state of edge Kubernetes today: what’s hot, what’s not, and what the future holds based on the latest data.
- The pitfalls and costs of onboarding devices at the edge at scale, and how to simplify the process with our new low-touch onboarding capabilities.
- The risks and challenges of edge device security, particularly in remote locations where physical security cannot be assured. We’ll introduce a totally unique approach to defining and locking down edge device software stacks to protect against tampering.
- How day 2 operations and management needs to adapt when you’re no longer managing just tens of conventional clusters, but hundreds or thousands of distributed edge devices. We’ll demo a new tool that gives you effortless control over even the largest Kubernetes estates