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Lee Namba, Docker
The Docker Enterprise container platform helps organizations deploy and manage applications faster and it secures the application pipeline at a lower cost than traditional application delivery models. But it takes more than just great technology to achieve the desired results. The organization and culture of your enterprise directly impacts what you transform, how it’s done, and who does it. Success requires a strategy for how you will govern the container platform environment, how to assess your application estate, what your delivery pipeline will look like, and how to ensure developers, operators, security teams and others play nicely together. In this talk I will cover topics such as different types of workloads (legacy, microservices, FaaS, big data and more), how your org chart can influence whether you deploy CaaS (Containers as a Service) vs CLaaS (Clusters as a Service), how "shifting left" can determine if you can outsource, centralized vs distributed CI/CD and how containers play a role, transforming your pets into cattle, how giant whale balloons are used for onboarding, and a prescriptive and comprehensive methodology for successfully deploying containers into your enterprise.