Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization is a feature-rich server virtualization management system that provides advanced capabilities for hosts and guests, including: live migration, live storage migration, high availability, maintenance manager, image manager, system scheduler, power saver, search driven user interface. Watch this open demo to learn more.
John Walter, Solutions Architect, Training and Certification, Red Hat
Administrators and developers are increasingly seeking ways to improve application time to market and improve maintainability. Containers and Red Hat® OpenShift® have quickly become the de facto solution for agile development and application deployment.
Red Hat Training has developed a course that provides the gateway to container adoption by understanding the potential of DevOps using a container-based architecture. Orchestrating a container-based architecture with Kubernetes and Red Hat® OpenShift® improves application reliability and scalability, decreases developer overhead, and facilitates continuous integration and continuous deployment.
In this webinar, our expert will cover:
• An overview of container and OpenShift architecture.
• How to manage containers and container images.
• Deploying containerized applications with Red Hat OpenShift.
• An outline of Red Hat OpenShift training offerings.
Join us to establish the foundation needed to advance to Red Hat OpenShift development or administration.
Tasked with increasing the speed of innovation while ensuring a great user experience, IT organizations are analyzing the intersection of edge computing and cloud-native application development as a potential solution.
Join this webinar to learn:
• The market trends of edge computing and cloud-native application development.
• How bringing them together can help facilitate differentiation and faster innovation by combining technologies like containers and Kubernetes with a highly distributed architecture.
• How organizations can benefit from the containerization of applications in edge architectures for use cases including 5G, artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML), and Internet of Things (IoT).
Jay Lyman, Principal Analyst, Cloud Native and DevOps, 451 Research & Jaromir Coufal, Principal Product Manager, Cloud Platforms, Red Hat
Andres Abdo, Associate Consultant, Red Hat & Owen Kuemerle, Senior Consultant, Red Hat
Security and reliability are often the most crucial, time-consuming challenges for organizations. Businesses are constantly putting strategic goals on hold to deal with unexpected challenges with system availability, stability, and data integrity. Traditional, manual efforts to isolate and remediate issues divert resources away from innovation.
To address risks before they affect business operations, organizations need vulnerability insights to characterize emerging exposures across a large portfolio and to predict and mitigate reliability risks before they occur. Add in auditing or compliance reporting requirements, and traditional approaches might fail to scale. Businesses need a new approach to address these exposures that minimizes the impact on innovation and productivity.
In this webinar, we'll discuss how to:
• Increase security and stability of systems by turning manual processes into automated workflows.
• Create a seamless, repeatable approach for maintaining Linux® systems at scale.
• Optimize your environment while mentoring your team on automations tuned to your needs.
Louis Imershein, Product Manager, SQL, Red Hat & Don Pinto, Technical Product Manager, Red Hat
Microsoft SQL Server is available for Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®. If you’re a database administrator who loves point-and-click tools for management, this webinar is for you.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux offers several management tools that can be used to successfully deploy and run your SQL Server database. Join this demo-filled webinar to see how administrators can perform complex management tasks quickly and efficiently using the graphical tools that come with Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
After this webinar, SQL Server administrators should be able to:
• Attach and manage the storage devices used for SQL Server.
• Manage system and application services.
• Connect Red Hat Enterprise Linux to Active Directory.
• Use the predictive analytics of Red Hat Insights to troubleshoot security, performance, and availability issues.
• Optimize Red Hat Enterprise Linux performance for Microsoft SQL Server workloads.
Sean Cavanaugh, Technical Marketing Manager, Ansible
This talk will cover Ansible Network Automation resource modules, a new type of module coming in the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform launch November 2019. We will cover simple use-cases and how to get started with Ansible Automation for your network infrastructure.
Colin McCarthy, Senior Solutions Architect, Red Hat
Introducing automation into your security practices is easy, but planning is required to ensure to implement it in production and at scale. Learn how to architect your Security Automation practice with Ansible, future-proofing its usage to speed up threat analysis and perform remediations.
Dan Juengst, Sr. Principal Technology Evangelist, Red Hat
Learn how an open source approach to architecture, culture, and process allows apps–and ideas–to flow more consistently across hybrid clouds.
• what are the top considerations for cloud that often aren't accounted for
• what is the difference between hybrid cloud and multicloud
• how to achieve consistency across multiple clouds with a container platform
• how to build a software-defined hybrid cloud
Anna Noftle, Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat & Bill Nottingham, Senior Principal Manager, Ansible, Red Hat
Automation Analytics, a new cloud service from Red Hat, provides valuable insights and data about what, when and where Ansible Automation is being used. In addition, this data can also provide who is performing what automation and provide breakouts for comparing that data across an enterprise.
We will walk through how to enable this feature on Ansible Tower and show the use cases we provide today. We will discuss viewing automation across all Ansible Tower clusters for an enterprise, notifications of cluster health and finally breakdowns of Automation use by organizations. We’ll also discuss where we want to take Automation Analytics in the future, in conjunction with customers like you!
Ryan LaFevers, Federal Solutions Architect, Red Hat
Just about every business and agency is developing an IT automation strategy to increase their time to market and decrease human error. However, not everyone is excited about this new direction. Some IT workers are concerned that “automation” is a code word for “job elimination.”
In this session, we’ll examine why that fear is not a reality. In fact, automation is having quite the opposite effect by creating new roles and career paths in IT.
Ansible automation has simply shifted the workload from manual, time consuming, and error-prone tasks to automated workflows that are faster, safer, and reusable. But we need experts in those things we automate. Come hear about how you can strengthen your value in the workforce by embracing automation rather than dismissing it.
Automation is a must-have capability for modern enterprise IT. As the automation market is maturing, Ansible is creating new possibilities for scale, collaboration, and speed. Listen to the insights on the continued evolution Ansible Automation.
Chris Wright, SVP and CTO, Red Hat | Eric Wright, Technology Evangelist, Turbonomic
Join this live session with Red Hat’s Chris Wright, SVP and CTO, as he discusses all things Kubernetes and Hybrid Cloud.
Looking specifically at how hybrid cloud is changing IT Infrastructure, and how crucial OpenShift and Linux are, we’ll also explore Red Hat's contributions to Kubernetes, KNative, Operators and the future of multi-cloud.
Simpler and more economical deployments are a clear choice given today's complex computing environment. But if you need convincing, there are compelling reasons to consider hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI), which can streamline your deployment as it saves you money.
An open HCI platform will help prepare you for a hybrid cloud and Kubernetes-based future. Listen to the webinar to hear the top 5 reasons you may want to consider an open approach, including infrastructure consolidation, innovation, and more.
Kiley Williams, Polyverse | Dan Juengst, Red Hat | Michael Ewald, Contino | Pawan Shankar, Sysdig
With the widespread adoption of containers (Docker, Lambda, Kubernetes) and DevOps practices, IT teams are able to make their cloud application more portable and scalable than ever before. But as containers and DevOps have taken over, so too has the need for a new approach to security. Containers, workloads, and APIs need proper protection and it all boils down to your cloud security strategy.
Tune into this live roundtable panel at AWS re:Invent as they discuss the following:
- Workload attacks and why container orchestration tools such as Kubernetes might be at risk
- Secure container deployment on AWS
- Authentication and APIs: why they're important and best practices
- Continuous monitoring and file system security
The year is 2019 and New York City has a very large public wifi and cellular network on the subway platforms and stations, however, it's all manually configured and maintained. This means we have carte blanche control over what and how we automate it. This talk aims to describe what it takes to bring automation to a network with over 15,000 devices and millions of daily users, including all of the pitfalls that came with it.
Automation technologies, like Ansible, are great for removing mundane tasks from IT staff's to-do lists and freeing them up to do more. But often automation efforts throughout an organization are siloed and 'islands of automation' pop up. What organizations really need is not an automation tool, but rather an automation platform to help them collaboratively scale automation, manage with policy and governance and provide the structure to collaborate across teams bring the power of automation to the entire IT organization. With the launch of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, organizations can do just that.
- Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform - Engine, Tower, Networking, and more, all in one.
- A walk through the new Automation Analytics which gives enterprises the ability to view information about automation health, usage and performance across your enterprise.
- An explanation of Ansible Content Collections - the new method of building and consuming Ansible content and why this is important to you.
- A walk through of the new Automation Content Hub which is the place to discover, publish and manage your Ansible Collections
This presetnatio will focus on the digital transformation journey from a cultural perspective in network automation. We will look at what changes can be made to ensure long term success and make the road to automation easier for engineering organizations. Examples will be given of transformation in networking and how they can be applied to other organizations for digital transformation success.
Ansible Automation by Red Hat helps you scale IT automation, manage complex deployments and speed productivity. Centralize and control your IT infrastructure with a visual dashboard, role-based access control, job scheduling, integrated notifications and graphical inventory management. And Tower's REST API and CLI make it easy to embed Tower into existing tools and processes. Learn more here.
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