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Join us Thursday, December 15, 2016 for a free webinar on deploying a containerized application to a Kubernetes cluster.
Managing containers for a multi-tiered application doesn't have to be difficult. Kubernetes provides many different features that simplify this process such as basic mechanisms for deployment, maintenance, and scaling. In this webinar, we'll take a look at using Kubernetes to deploy a multi-tiered Java™ EE application to a Kubernetes cluster. We'll also look at some pitfalls to avoid and some useful Kubernetes commands for monitoring and maintaining containers.
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- Deploying a multi-tiered Java EE application to a Kubernetes cluster
- Coordinating containers with Kubernetes
- Deploying and utilizing a MySQL container
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