Making your company cloud-native: the Ticketmatic story - Ruben Vermeersch, Ticketmatic

June 6, 2017
Transitioning from a traditional IT infrastructure to a cloud-native one presents quite the challenge. Kubernetes and Container Linux are a match made in heaven when it comes to managing infrastructure. But the challenge isn’t over when you’ve got a cluster running: infrastructure management is only part of the story. Before your company can make use of this new infrastructure, you’ll also need to think about how this new technology stack will affect the workflow of your developers. Ideally with as little impact as possible on those who won’t directly work on it (e.g. frontend developers). You’ll also need new workflows for managing consistent and reliable rollouts of your software in different environments. Both of these problem domains are less defined and it’s not always clear what the best practices are and if solutions for these gaps are just not there yet or yours to create. This talk will cover the experiences at Ticketmatic, which develops SaaS event ticketing software. We’ll cover our learning process, the solutions we came up with and how you can apply these in your company. This knowledge should make the step towards cloud native a little less daunting. CoreOS Fest 2017 Ruben Vermeersch
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