Gitlab And Google Webcast - Running Containerized Applications on Modern Serverless Platforms

In this webcast, we'll walk through some of the benefits and challenges of using cloud-vendor-specific serverless technologies. With Kubernetes as an infrastructure abstraction organizations can take advantage of hybrid (cloud and on-premises) as well as multi-cloud compute. We'll show you how to containerize a traditional application and deploy it to a variety of environments including Cloud Run as well as any Kubernetes cluster using GitLab Serverless.


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