How Self-Healing Nodes and Infrastructure Management Impact Reliability

Self-healing does not equal self-healing. There are multiple layers to it, whether a self-healing infrastructure, cluster, pods, or Kubernetes. Kubernetes itself ensures self-healing pods. But how do you ensure your applications, whose reliability depends on…

Self-healing does not equal self-healing. There are multiple layers to it, whether a self-healing infrastructure, cluster, pods, or Kubernetes. Kubernetes itself ensures self-healing pods. But how do you ensure your applications, whose reliability depends on every single layer, are truly reliable? During this webinar, Oleg will discuss the different self-healing layers, what Kubernetes does and doesn’t do (at least not by default), and what you should look out for to ensure true reliable applications. Hint: infrastructure provisioning plays a key role.

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