Learn first-hand from Joe Beda, CTO of Heptio, the benefits of cloud native computing and the key considerations for how to transition your organization. What does “cloud native” really mean, and more importantly, how can your organization benefit?

Chapter 1


Chapter 2

Cloud Native Definition

Chapter 3

Cloud Native in Practice


Chapter 7


Chapter 5

Containers & Clusters

Chapter 6

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Becoming a

Cloud Native Organization


The benefits of moving to a cloud native architecture 

What You Will Learn:

There were lots of decisions to make. Which networking drivers do you use? How do I get logs flowing? Do I go with tracing? That’s not even the beginning of the list. That’s where Heptio came in.


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Director of Platform Engineering, Under Armour

How to apply cloud native in practice, including the cultural shift for developers and operators
Key considerations for running containers and microservices 

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Security best practices for the cloud-native world  

Cloud Native Systems & Tools

Chapter 4


Chapter 8

Joe Beda started his career at Microsoft working on Internet Explorer (he was young and naive). Throughout 7 years at Microsoft and 10 at Google, Joe has worked on GUI frameworks, real-time voice and chat, telephony, machine learning for ads, and cloud computing. Most notably, while at Google Joe started the Google Compute Engine and, along with Brendan and Craig McLuckie, created Kubernetes. Joe proudly calls Seattle home.



Becoming a

Cloud Native Organization