Open infrastructure is everywhere, and it is software defined. The foundation of infrastructure software is hugely based on open source, providing better cost, security, scalability, and performance to the applications and services running on top.

How do these applications relate to the underlying infrastructure?

What open infrastructure options are out there?

Kubernetes, Docker, OpenStack, KVM, baremetal…Which one is a better fit?

In this session, we’ll use real-life examples from well-established companies to define the best practices when choosing open infrastructure technologies and vendors.


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Shelley Evans at 19:12 on 21 Oct 2018

Very informative and did a good job covering the topic. I found the discussion about comparing the costs in the various environments extremely helpful, along with the advice for achieving a fluid and efficient infrastructure. Thank you!