Databases On Kubernetes in 2021

Developers always expected databases to work out-of-the-box, but historically it is the exact opposite. With the recent feature additions on Kubernetes and Openshift, database providers now can finally have more control over the infrastructure, which allows them to automate the majority of the maintenance operations and provide a DBaaS-like experience within your own cluster with more flexibility and no cloud provider Lock-in. In this session, we will talk about what you should consider before running your database on Kubernetes, what are the most popular database operators out there, and a live demo showing why this is something that you should start doing right away.