Free Webinar:

Cloud, Containers, and CI/CD

Gain an understanding of containers and how we can build and deploy microservices using them.

Using Docker and containers to build and deploy microservices can be extremely valuable in building easily scalable applications. This webinar focuses on a microservice based architecture which uses a DevOps approach based on containerization.

Mulesoft & Salesforce WebinarIn this webinar you will learn how to: 

  • Decompose a multilayered microservice into Docker containers
  • Use FlexDeploy for building a CI/CD pipeline by means of containers, repositories, and container clusters
  • Use best practices for orchestrating containers in the cluster
  • Go serverless and use FlexDeploy to build, deploy, and test a microservice with Fn functions

See how FlexDeploy can help you utilize containers by building them into your CI/CD pipeline.

 

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Dan Goerdt Flexagon President

Dan Goerdt

President of Flexagon

Dan has been in technology leadership roles for the past 20 years. He has covered operation systems and middleware product development, technology architecture, and software solution delivery focused on Oracle, IBM, and Open Source technologies. His experience with software automation led him to form and develop Flexagon's DevOps platform: FlexDeploy. Dan is currently the President of Flexagon and leads Strategy, Marketing, and Sales for various products and services.

Eugene Fedorenko

Eugene Fedorenko

Containers Expert

Eugene Fedorenko has  over 16 years of progressive experience in IT with software design and development, testing and deployment of enterprise banking software. He graduated from Kharkiv Aviation Institute (Ukraine) in 1999 with a master's degree in computer science. He previously worked for CS Integra in Ukraine and for eProseed in the Netherlands, focusing on building enterprise solutions with Oracle ADF. Eugene has been recognized as an Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) and is considered to be an expert in Oracle Fusion Middleware.