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Session 2: Build a hybrid cloud with Red Hat containers on Microsoft clouds

Red Hat® and Microsoft have partnered to offer you a mature enterprise Platform-as-a-Service on
an intelligent public and on-premise cloud native infrastructure: Red Hat OpenShift® on Microsoft
Azure. Learn how to deploy Red Hat solutions on Azure and explore various hybrid architecture
scenarios that use both technologies.
Recorded Jun 26 2018 37 mins
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Khaled Elbedri, Technical Sales Lead, Azure, Microsoft; Ismail Dhaoui, Solution Architect, Red Hat
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  • Expanding your private cloud with containers for quick, responsive innovation Dec 18 2018 7:00 pm UTC 38 mins
    Brent Roskos, Principal Cloud Architect, Red Hat and Raffaele Spazzoli, Senior Architect, OpenShfit, Red Hat
    Increasingly, more organizations are looking to easily build cloud-native applications, deploy them, and manage workloads across a hybrid cloud without sacrificing existing investments. The promise of deploying containers to a hybrid cloud is great—delivering a scalable and workload-driven IT platform with installation integration points that facilitate quick, responsive innovation.

    In this webinar, we’ll discuss how you can accelerate your journey to hybrid cloud and get the most value from open source technology platforms.

    We'll cover:
    - How using Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform can expand the flexibility of Red Hat OpenStack® Platform to take full advantage of your cloud infrastructure.
    - Integration points, such as load balancers, node scale-out, avoiding double encapsulation, support for containerized development, persistent object and block storage, autoscaling for virtual machines, and bare metal as a potential service for physical servers.
    - How Red Hat Consulting can help you more quickly make these components work with a well-rounded adoption program to speed up your journey to hybrid cloud.
  • Design your hybrid cloud for the end user - or fail Dec 13 2018 7:00 pm UTC 52 mins
    Cameron Wyatt and Ian Tewksbury, Red Hat
    The usual approach to beginning business transformation lies with the cloud, and the benefits of a hybrid cloud are clear and uncontested. So why is it that so many enterprises struggle to adopt this exceedingly prevalent technology? Historically, the problem has been an exclusive focus on the tools instead of the people using the tools.

    In this webinar, we we'll discuss why it's imperative in today’s IT landscape to keep the end user as your primary focus when designing and implementing your hybrid cloud.

    We'll cover:
    - How to build your cloud incrementally to accommodate future fixes and enhancements.
    - Why you need to consider your existing policies and procedures when defining your new cloud experience.
    - How to iteratively design and implement a successful hybrid cloud experience.

    Featuring:
    Cameron Wyatt, Consulting Architect, Red Hat Consulting, Red Hat
    Ian Tewksbury, Consulting Architect, Red Hat Consulting, Red Hat
  • Reduce costs and improve performance of your Epic EMR Dec 6 2018 7:00 pm UTC 39 mins
    Chris Gough, Chief Solution Architect, Health and Life Sciences, Intel Craig Klein, Managing Director for Healthcare, Red Hat
    Today’s healthcare environment requires that technology professionals have a constant focus on reduced costs without compromising performance or patient care. IT departments not only operate under increased budget pressures, but they must deliver new solutions for value-based care reimbursement models, population health management, and digital and mobile health applications. Optimizing IT infrastructure is necessary to free up resources to focus on key initiatives.

    Red Hat and Intel offer a hardware and software solution that is built on open standards for your Epic system infrastructure. It features cost-effective performance that allows all aspects of your Epic software to run at peak levels. This degree of performance, combined with immense scalability, leaves room for future Epic functionality so you can easily adopt new features and expand your environment as business grows.

    Join this webinar to hear how your IT organization can:
    - Reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by up to 65%.
    - Achieve 37% or more greater performance.
    - Easily adopt new features and expand your environment as business grows.
    - Safely and confidently migrate your Epic environment with our trusted conversion services.
  • The end of the iron age: Building a private cloud infrastructure Dec 5 2018 7:00 pm UTC 59 mins
    Julio Villarreal Pelegrino, Sr. Principal Consulting Architect, Red Hat and Stephane Lefrere, Director, Cloud Infrastructure
    It’s no secret that IT leaders have many factors to consider when choosing the right infrastructure for the business. Organizations are often bogged down by security policies, budgets, and compliance requirements, as well as expanding workloads that require additional support. Private infrastructure is often considered when businesses inevitably reach the limits of their hard-wired and virtual infrastructures. But, implementing a private cloud infrastructure can be a daunting task.

    In this webinar, we’ll discuss the keys to successfully embarking on a private cloud journey and the benefits of creating a secure, modern infrastructure.

    Topics in this session include:
    - How organizations are using existing services and resources while transitioning to the cloud.
    - How you can use infrastructure-as-code concepts to provide self-service and automation for increased productivity and agility while reducing costs.
    - What a typical private and hybrid cloud journey looks like and how it might modify your organization IT’s landscape
  • Growing the HPC ecosystem with open technologies Nov 30 2018 7:00 pm UTC 33 mins
    E. G. Nadhan, Chief Technology Strategist, Central Region, Red Hat & Dave Montana, Business Development Manager, Red Hat
    In the coming decade, the distinctions between high-performance computing (HPC) and general-purpose enterprise computing will continue to dissipate. In place of monolithic, on premise supercomputers, the industry will continue to move toward more flexible infrastructure based on open standards, with workloads decoupled from specific hardware.

    This trend will be enabled by technologies associated with mainstream enterprises, as opposed to proprietary, special-purpose ones. In particular, open source approaches to hybrid cloud and virtualization, using both containers and hypervisors, will deliver economic advantages as organizations apply HPC capabilities to distill insights from big data.
    Join this webinar to hear how this shift can deliver greater value from data while making your HPC environment more flexible.

    Topics will include:
    - Adding flexibility while introducing very low levels of overhead.
    - Increasing the efficiency and cost effectiveness of virtualization.
    - Delivering the benefits of a true open source solution with high performance and security.
  • Reduce costs and improve performance of your Epic EMR Recorded: Nov 15 2018 39 mins
    Chris Gough, Chief Solution Architect, Health and Life Sciences, Intel Craig Klein, Managing Director for Healthcare, Red Hat
    Today’s healthcare environment requires that technology professionals have a constant focus on reduced costs without compromising performance or patient care. IT departments not only operate under increased budget pressures, but they must deliver new solutions for value-based care reimbursement models, population health management, and digital and mobile health applications. Optimizing IT infrastructure is necessary to free up resources to focus on key initiatives.

    Red Hat and Intel offer a hardware and software solution that is built on open standards for your Epic system infrastructure. It features cost-effective performance that allows all aspects of your Epic software to run at peak levels. This degree of performance, combined with immense scalability, leaves room for future Epic functionality so you can easily adopt new features and expand your environment as business grows.

    Join this webinar to hear how your IT organization can:
    - Reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by up to 65%.
    - Achieve 37% or more greater performance.
    - Easily adopt new features and expand your environment as business grows.
    - Safely and confidently migrate your Epic environment with our trusted conversion services.
  • Q&A Panel Recorded: Nov 14 2018 34 mins
    Sam Doran, Chris Short, Michelle Perz & Tim Appnel, Red Hat
    Sam Doran, Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
    Chris Short, Principal Product Marketing Manager, Ansible, Red Hat
    Michelle Perz, Ansible Support Manager, Red Hat
    Tim Appnel, Senior Product Manager, Ansible Automation, Red Hat
  • Enterprise-Grade Ansible Recorded: Nov 14 2018 31 mins
    Michelle Perz, Ansible Support Manager, Red Hat
    As you introduce Ansible into your organization there are additional requirements to make running Ansible ‘Enterprise Grade’. This session is a live demo of some of key use cases for Ansible in the Enterprise. You will get to see Ansible Tower with a specific focus on Application Lifecycle Management.
  • Network Automation with Ansible Recorded: Nov 14 2018 22 mins
    Sam Doran, Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
    Ansible is a Swiss army knife for DevOps, capable of handling many powerful automation tasks with the flexibility to adapt to many environments and workflows. Using real world examples, Dylan shares "the essentials" for all Ansible users. Whether you're brand new to Ansible or looking for a refresher, this talk provides the best practices you need to know.
  • Automation Everywhere Recorded: Nov 14 2018 32 mins
    Tim Appnel, Senior Product Manager, Ansible Automation, Red Hat
    Why automation? Why Ansible? In this session, you’ll hear an Ansible Tower product overview and roadmap so you can feel confident bringing automation to your enterprise.
  • Composing the Data Center Recorded: Nov 14 2018 34 mins
    Jason Lamb, Intel Corporation
    Jason Lamb, Cloud/Software Defined Infrastructure Technology Solutions Specialist at Intel Corporation, speaks about data center modernization and the importance of automation.
  • Security Automation with Ansible Recorded: Nov 14 2018 41 mins
    Sam Doran, Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
    Security is hard. We know what needs to be done, but configuring systems and applications, especially thousands of them, to make life more difficult for attackers is daunting. Learn to use the agentless, push-based power of Ansible to apply and enforce security standards that adapt to meet internal and external security guidelines.
  • Automate Windows environments with Ansible and DSC Recorded: Nov 14 2018 43 mins
    Orcun Atakan, Senior Solutions Architect, Red Hat
    Ansible provides a robust set of modules to manage Windows environments. When you combine the power of Ansible with Desired State Configuration resources, you can create automation that can massively scale and manage your Windows environment. In this session you will see how you can utilize DSC resources with Ansible.
  • Ansible and Red Hat Management - better...stronger...faster Recorded: Nov 14 2018 34 mins
    Chris Short, Principal Product Marketing Manager, Ansible, Red Hat
    Ansible is rapidly being integrated into Red Hat management products. The Ansible platform provides an automation foundation that we are using to evolve our management products and make them better than they were before.
    In this session, you will see how Ansible is being integrated into the wider Red Hat Management portfolio, transforming our capabilities and approach to the holistic challenge of management and enabling us to consider hybrid management as a complete solution. All built upon the tool you know and love.
  • Container Security and new container technologies Recorded: Nov 6 2018 50 mins
    Dan Walsh, Consulting engineer, Red Hat
    This talk explains the key components required to run a container image on a host and standardization of the format.
    Once we have these standards we can start examining technologies that can take advantage of these standards for doing things like:
    - Pulling/installing and running applications without requiring a Container -Daemon to be running (We call these system containers)
    - Ability to build containers in new ways outside of Dockerfile, as well as building them without requiring a container daemon. Introducing Buildah
    - Ability to copy containers between all different containers storage including the Docker daemon, Container Registries, Local repositories, OSTree, new container Next Generation Container Technologies | SCALE 16x
    - Support running containers with a dedicated Container Runtime For Kubernetes. CRI-O will be introduced
  • Enterprise Compliance & Security with Ansible Recorded: Nov 6 2018 49 mins
    Walter Bentley, Automation practice architect, Red Hat
    Ansible Tower, Insights, and Satellite 6 provide a complete automated proactive security solution. In this session we'll provide useful examples and details about the why and how these tools are better together. You'll learn how to abstract Satellite 6 to use as a dynamic inventory source, use Insights to detect issues and create playbooks, and Ansible Tower to automate with workflow and reporting.aut
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    Join industry experts with depth of knowledge of the latest upstream and enterprise security developments. This event is created specifically for security practitioners familiar with open source software or with an interest in open source security.

    1:30PM - 2:15PM | The Future of Automation, Cybersecurity, and Artificial Intelligence, Jeff Towle, Global Security Architect, Intel

    2:15PM - 3:00PM | Blockchain - a relationship requiring security, privacy, and trust, Gordon Haff, technology evangelist, Red Hat

    3:00PM - 3.45PM | Panel and Q&A

    All times in ET.
  • The Future of Automation, Cybersecurity, and Artificial Intelligence Recorded: Nov 6 2018 45 mins
    Jeff Towle, Global security architect manager, Intel
    Cyber Security has traditionally been focused on endpoints and network traffic (both Cloud and on Premises) inspection with security controls that feed events back to be scored and made actionable with a Security Information Event Management (SIEM) method. While useful for rules based violations that can be programmed into sensors and malware listeners, there are myriad of threats that can evade these controls or circumvent them altogether. Equally as important, the volume and velocity of data has increased such that it is very difficult to understand what constitutes a risky behavior with a person, software, or system. This is where Artificial Intelligence can become an equalizer. This presentation will talk about use cases around cyber risk that have been solved with powerful perception, logic and learning with Machine and Deep learning precision.
  • Blockchain - a relationship requiring security, privacy, and trust Recorded: Nov 6 2018 37 mins
    Gordon Haff, Technology evangelist, Red Hat
    Cryptocurrencies may get most of the press but blockchain is about a whole lot more. In this session, Red Hat technology evangelist Gordon Haff will discuss which use cases are a good fit with blockchain—and why others may not be such an ideal match. Understanding the opportunities for blockchain requires evaluating blockchain in light of a number of factors, including security and privacy considerations as well as who the users will be and how they're willing to interact.
  • Security Symposium - Morning Session Recorded: Nov 6 2018 108 mins
    Red Hat
    Join industry experts with depth of knowledge of the latest upstream and enterprise security developments. This event is created specifically for security practitioners familiar with open source software or with an interest in open source security.
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