EKS Hybrid Series: Changing namespaces of serverless deployment

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In the previous post of these series regarding how to set up a Hybrid EKS cluster making use of both traditional EC2 machines but also serverless options using Fargate, we were able to create the EKS cluster with both deployment fashion available. If you didn’t take a look at it yet, do it now!

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PSG Senior Architect at TIBCO Software with a focus on Cloud Development, Event Processing and Enterprise Integration

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Alex Vazquez

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PSG Senior Architect at TIBCO Software with a focus on Cloud Development, Event Processing and Enterprise Integration

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