Joyent Triton Cloud is open source and engineered to run the world's largest and most demanding applications, while continuously evolving to support new technologies and business models. This three part webinar series will introduce Triton and its many capabilities.
Key Concepts Covered:
Triton Object Storage (Manta) Distributed Architecture and Resource Management
Time permitting, we will also provide a sneak peek into Converged Analytics using Triton Object Storage
Join us for this this three part webinar series that will introduce Triton and its many capabilities. Learn how simple it is to use Triton Container-Native cloud for running applications with varied workloads.
Our Experts will cover:
Setting up and managing production grade, Kubernetes clusters and environments can be complex and time consuming.
Attend this live demo to better understand the complexities of Kubernetes, and to learn how easy running Kubernetes can be when you leverage Triton as your public or private cloud provider, and Triton’s K8s Supervisor to deploy and manage Kubernetes clusters and environments that are 100% open source, production grade, supportable, and easily upgradable.
Watch as we demonstrate how to make your applications run faster, and scale easier with Docker. The example will take a simple web application (powered by Nginx), dockerize it, spin it up on a local machine, and deploy it to the cloud with Triton. Here, we will cover how to build custom containers, which can be deployed in any environment.
Join us for a free online workshop that will walk through using Docker with ContainerPilot, and Consul. The working application utilizes hapi, Seneca, and InfluxDB. This training will also cover monitoring your containers using Prometheus.
Learn how to run Node.js containers in production with ContainerPilot. This workshop will walk through using Docker with ContainerPilot, and Consul. The working application utilizes hapi, seneca, and InfluxDB. We will also cover monitoring your containers using Prometheus.
Join us online as Joyent's CTO Bryan Cantrill and Hart's President, Mo Alkady and Sr. Devops Engineer, Christopher Dickey cover what both organizations are currently focused on, what challenges they are facing, and how both technologies help solve those existing pain points.