T-Mobile Web Backend: Kubernetes, Cloud Foundry, and Portworx for Flexible Storage.mp3
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T-Mobile knows a thing or two about how waves of traffic can put a strain on a e-commerce website. At least twice a year its site gets inundated by customers and potential customers — In October each year when the new phones are released, and again in December, this time for the holiday gift-buying season. T-Mobile has relied on container platform for managing its web site for several years now, and Kubernetes has proved to be instrumental in helping the company scale up the site to meet these peak demands, said James Webb, T-Mobile Cloud Foundry platform architect, in an episode of The New Stack Makers podcast recorded at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon last month in Seattle. Watch on YouTube: https://youtu.be/jQBY_wWMLnw