A more reliable way to scale where you move fast, and break less. Learn how to structure your business goals to mitigate potential risk, knock down technical debt, and improve processes.
What You’ll Learn
Getting ahead of change before it becomes critical
Identifying change opportunities in people, processes, and code
Designing processes for right now, instead of yesterday/tomorrow
Kick-starting change and facilitating continuous learning
Suzanne Pherigo, Senior Director of Engineering, DigitalOcean Suzanne Pherigo has been a technology leader for more than two decades. She enjoys growing strong teams that deliver on commitments and helping people use and grow their special strengths and skills.
You don’t need an enterprise-sized budget and team to do video marketing well. Using the footage you already have, video expert Adam Harder demonstrates editing, messaging, and publishing techniques to help build a brand identity that captures the attention of prospective customers.
What You’ll Learn
How to apply a producer mentality to your video marketing strategy
Identifying which of your brand assets can be turned into video content
Delivering your video narrative correctly
Creating platform-appropriate content
Simple production tools that anyone can use
Adam Harder is the Senior Video Operations Manager at DigitalOcean. Formerly a broadcast journalist for the U.S. Air Force, Adam has 10 years of production experience ranging from on-site news reporting to documentary filmmaking and video marketing. He leads the creative video strategy for the DigitalOcean marketing team and loves a good story.
In the cloud-native era, networking plays a vital role for businesses to offer reliable services to their customers. A typical application in Kubernetes runs multiple microservices that interconnect with each other and leverage multiple networking resources.
In this session, DigitalOcean engineers discuss choosing the right networking configuration for your business and walk through common setups and lessons learned when creating an efficient and secure application.
What You’ll Learn
How to secure and isolate your network using DigitalOcean Kubernetes
How to ingress external traffic — getting traffic from external clients into your cluster reliably
Benefits and trade-offs of different routing strategies
Kubernetes in minutes, on DigitalOcean
DigitalOcean Kubernetes (DOKS) is a managed Kubernetes service that lets you deploy Kubernetes clusters without the complexities of handling the control plane and containerized infrastructure. Clusters are compatible with standard Kubernetes toolchains and integrate natively with DigitalOcean Load Balancers and block storage volumes.
DigitalOcean Kubernetes is designed for you and your small business. Start small at just $10 per month, and scale up and save with our free control plane and inexpensive bandwidth.
Timo Reimann, Senior Software Engineer, DigitalOcean Timo Reimann is a Senior Software Engineer responsible for the Managed Kubernetes product who has been working with Kubernetes and other container orchestrator systems for more than 5 years. He is an active member of the Kubernetes community and co-maintains some of the team’s open source projects, including DigitalOcean cloud controller manager and CSI driver.
Varsha Varadarajan, Software Engineer, DigitalOcean Varsha Varadarajan is a software engineer on the containers team with 3+ years of experience working on Kubernetes. We develop and manage the DOKS ecosystem for DO customers. I like working on Kubernetes related projects and building highly performant services.