Amazon EKS takes all the best practices for running an HA, secure, logged and monitored Kubernetes cluster, and automates it into a one-click deployment. This lets apps teams focus on building and running apps, not Kubernetes. But Kubernetes itself doesn't provide storage for production databases leaving users looking for ways to provide multi-AZ failover, backup and recovery, and autoscaling.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
- Deploy an Amazon EKS cluster
- Install and configure Portworx cloud native storage
- Failover a stateful database between AWS availability zones
- Conduct common storage operations like volume resizing, encryption, snapshots and more
Certified Kubernetes Application Developer, author, analyst
VP, Product Marketing at Portworx Portworx