Don’t Miss! Containerizing Traditional Applications: Live Demonstration

 

Dont Miss Containerizing Traditional Applications a Live Demonstration

Opportunities like this don’t come along very often! This month, all are welcome to watch this demonstration that will take a monolith tiered application and package it into containers. Once the application is containerized, the folks at Nirmata will demonstrate how it can be deployed on a single server or multiple servers, and managed across different environments such as development, QA, and production, and on different clouds. Nirmata hosts this live demo and discussion about the process. Nirmata is an organization that is dedicated to enabling enterprise DevOps teams to unleash the potential of containers and microservices, by providing an easy to use, comprehensive solution for deploying and operating applications across public and private clouds.

Register Here: Containerizing Traditional Applications, Live Demo and Discussion, by Nirmata

Date: Tue, Aug 11, 2016

Time: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM US Pacific Time

Agenda

We’ve all heard that containers are great for stateless microservices-style applications. But what about traditional and existing applications? Can they be containerized? And is there any value in containerizing them?

In this meetup, we will discuss the tradeoffs involved in containerizing traditional applications. We will go through the steps to take a monolith tiered application and package it into containers. Once the application is containerized, we will demonstrate how it can be deployed on a single server or multiple servers, and managed across different environments such as development, QA, and production, and on different clouds.

Join us for an engaging discussion and live demo!

About Nirmata

Nirmata means architect in Indo-Aryan languages. We created Nirmata to help enterprises build better software.

As businesses adopt cloud, they are realizing that traditional software development, operations, and delivery methodologies are no longer relevant. Enterprises are adopting DevOps to achieve greater agility and scale.

Microservices style architecture has become the best-practice architecture for cloud native applications, and containers are becoming the best way to package and deploy microservices on cloud infrastructure. However, deploying and operating such distributed applications running in containers continues to remain challenging and requires significant automation.

At Nirmata, our goal is to enable enterprise DevOps teams unleash the potential of containers and microservices by providing an easy to use, comprehensive solution for deploying and operating applications across public and private clouds.