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  • Hybrid Cloud Monitoring on AWS and Red Hat OpenShift
    Hybrid Cloud Monitoring on AWS and Red Hat OpenShift
    Red Hat & Helevetia Recorded: Jul 19 2019 32 mins
    Learn how a Swiss insurance company designed its hybrid cloud monitoring solution around Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Red Hat OpenShift using best-of-their-kind metrics and monitoring tools.

    In this session, a technical solution architect from Helvetia, together with senior consultants from Red Hat, who worked on the project, will show you how to use:

    • Prometheus to gather the metrics for the platform.
    • AWS CloudWatch to gather metrics for additional components/services.
    • Grafana to centralize from multiple sources and visualize all of the cluster metrics.
    • Prometheus Alert Manager to report on the health of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
    • Slack to notify the operations team.
    • Dynatrace for application and end-to-end monitoring.
  • Developing and Deploying Applications in a Multisite Hybrid Cloud
    Developing and Deploying Applications in a Multisite Hybrid Cloud
    Ben Pritchett, Principal Systems Eng, IT and PaaS Ivan Atanasov, Principal Systems Eng, IT Application Delivery Service Recorded: Jul 19 2019 46 mins
    You have access to clouds. You can build containers. How do you make them useful? Trying to build scalable and resilient services and deploying them across multiple sites and cloud providers can be tricky. Find out how Red Hat IT does it.

    In this session recorded from Red Hat Summit, Tom Benninger, Red Hat, Ben Pritchett, and Ivan Atanasov, Red Hat Inc, review the patterns, processes, and tools Red Hat IT uses to deliver business critical application services across multiple sites, with Red Hat OpenShift Container platform.

    We’ll cover:

    •The Red Hat IT standard development and deployment pattern.
    •How to automate your CI/CD delivery pipeline, from merge request to release.
    •How to implement basic supply chain security to support application integrity.
    •How we deal with security and change management requirements.
    •The tools and processes needed to implement this model.

    This recorded Red Hat Summit session shows how Red Hat and open source tools are used today to for fast, high-quality, more secure, and efficient digital delivery.
  • Ask an Expert: Ansible Network Automation
    Ask an Expert: Ansible Network Automation
    Ajay Chenampara, Senior Specialist Solutions Architect, Ansible Network Automation, Red Hat & Andrius Benokraitis, Principal Recorded: Jul 19 2019 54 mins
    Check out this webinar if you're interested in the latest questions around network automation. Want more? Visit our Github Community for Network Automation (https://github.com/network-automation). Want to join the Github Community? Have a question? Email us at ansible-network@redhat.com. Register for an upcoming Ask an Expert webinar. Any question - from beginner to advanced - is welcome, and will be addressed in an open forum with Ansible staff.
  • A DevOps Journey, Episode 2: Migrating Virtualized Workloads to OpenShift
    A DevOps Journey, Episode 2: Migrating Virtualized Workloads to OpenShift
    Ales Raszka, Software Engineer, Red Hat and Stanislav Ochotnicky, Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat Recorded: Jul 18 2019 44 mins
    The journey to DevOps will revolutionize how you manage your business and shorten delivery time for a variety of IT resources. It’s about not only the tools, but also the change in culture to accept this new style of work. But how do you get from here to there?

    Join us for this webinar to learn how Red Hat's DevOps team moved applications deployed in Red Hat® Virtualization and managed with Ansible® to a full-fledged containerized format using OpenShift®.

    In this webinar, we’ll cover:

    •Challenges of brownfield migrations.
    •Common pitfalls.
    •Things to consider before, during, and after migration.
    •Phases of the example migration.
  • OpenShift Roadmap: What the Next Year Means to You, to Us, and the Industry
    OpenShift Roadmap: What the Next Year Means to You, to Us, and the Industry
    Mike Barrett, Rob Szumski, Marc Curry, Brian 'Redbeard' Harrington, Tushar Katarki Recorded: Jul 17 2019 53 mins
    OpenShift roadmap: What the next year means to you, to us, and the industry
    Kubernetes and containerization has changed the way we think about datacenter architecture and application development. With the advent of operators, Istio, and lessons learned from the Red Hat OpenShift 3 architecture throughout a large customer base, we've designed Red Hat OpenShift 4.

    Come to this session to see what it means to you. What are the technology enhancements in 2019 and into 2020 that will change the way we think about compute, development, and how we best use these technologies on-premise and in public clouds. In a first look, we'll demonstrate new features and explain where we're taking Red Hat OpenShift and why. Don't miss this session.
  • Ansible Developer and Ecosystem Story
    Ansible Developer and Ecosystem Story
    Ansible Team Recorded: Jul 17 2019 61 mins
    In this on demand webinar Tim Appnel explains the future of Ansible Content and what to expect starting with the release of Ansible 2.8 and continuing over the coming years. Timothy Appnel is a Senior Product Manager, and "Jack of all trades" on the Ansible team at Red Hat with over 25 years of corporate IT and startup experience across numerous industries. Tim is an old-timer in the Ansible community that has been contributing since version v0.5. The synchronize module in Ansible is all his fault.
  • Accelerating enterprise computing from AI to VDI on NVIDIA GPUs
    Accelerating enterprise computing from AI to VDI on NVIDIA GPUs
    Justin Boitano, Senior Director of Product, NVIDIA Recorded: Jul 16 2019 23 mins
    NVIDIA GPUs are transforming enterprises by accelerating enterprise computing from data science to inference, with the ability to scale up for large scale AI training, to VDI. Red Hat and NVIDIA have a long history of partnering together to accelerate Red Hat Enterprise Linux workloads on GPU servers. In this webinar, we will cover NVIDIA GPU computing architecture, NVIDIA CUDA-X acceleration libraries, CUDA optimized applications and frameworks, and the benefits of running Red Hat Enterprise Linux on NVIDIA GPU servers.

    We will look at RHEL 8.0 on high performance data science servers and workstations and use cases encompassing NGC containers and RAPIDS across the data center, virtualized environments and cloud.

    Finally, we will demonstrate how enterprises can use vGPU for delivering interactive apps via VDI.
  • How to Use SQL Server 2019 to Deploy Modern Data Platforms
    How to Use SQL Server 2019 to Deploy Modern Data Platforms
    Tejas Shah, Azure Data Services, Microsoft | Louis Imershein, Red Hat Recorded: Jul 16 2019 36 mins
    SQL Server 2019 is a modern data platform for developers and organizations to build data-driven applications for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. In this session, we'll discuss the new capabilities of SQL Server 2019 and describe how Microsoft is using the very latest Red Hat Enterprise Linux features with its newest SQL Server release to enhance security, expand scalability, and increase performance while providing exciting new data virtualization capabilities.

    Tejas Shah - Senior Program Manager, SQL Tiger Team - Azure Data Services, Microsoft
    Louis Imershein - Principal Product Manager, Red Hat
  • 5 Pillars for Building a Cloud-Based Foundation that Scales
    5 Pillars for Building a Cloud-Based Foundation that Scales
    David Duncan, Amazon Web Services | Arne Arnold, Red Hat Recorded: Jul 16 2019 23 mins
    Designing a software system is a lot like constructing a building. If the foundation isn't solid, then structural problems can undermine the integrity and function of the software system.

    When architecting technology solutions on AWS, if you neglect the 5 pillars of operational excellence—security, reliability, performance, efficiency, and cost optimization - it can become challenging to build a system that delivers on your expectations and requirements. Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 can help you achieve well-architected excellence at every pillar.

    This session will discuss how to produce stable, more secure, and lean systems based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux on AWS, and deliver the high-quality elastic experience at scale that your cloud customers demand.

    David Duncan - AWS Partner Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services & Arne Arnold - Principal Product Manager, Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions, Red Hat
  • How to Develop and Deploy Faster with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
    How to Develop and Deploy Faster with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
    Maxim Burgerhout - Principal Solution Architect, Red Hat Recorded: Jul 16 2019 38 mins
    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 includes significant improvements to make your life as a developer easier. During this session, we’ll discuss the modularity feature in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and how it helps you develop and deploy faster.

    This feature gives you access to more modern programming languages and their respective versions on a familiar Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform, built with security in mind.

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