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Building an Application-centric Kubernetes Platform for Enterprise Scale

Over the past several years, Intuit has migrated to Kubernetes running in the public cloud and now has over 1,700 applications and services running on over 270 clusters. Intuit's cloud-native platform has accelerated the development velocity of Intuit's 5,000+ developers while improving performance and reliability and reducing operational overhead.

In this talk, Todd Ekenstam, a Principal Software Engineer in Intuit's Kubernetes platform team, will share details of how Intuit achieved this and lessons learned along the way, and what it means to build an Application-centric Kubernetes Platform. In addition, Todd will demonstrate the Open Application Model and KubeVela and how you can use these open-source tools to implement an application abstraction to improve software engineers' experience using Kubernetes.