How Scholastic Transitioned to the Digital Realm with a Containers-Based Archite

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Ryan Niksch from AWS, Mayur Shetty from Red Hat and Yuriy Denysov from Scholastic

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To stay ahead of the evolving publishing industry, Scholastic realized they needed to adopt a microservices architecture leveraging containers after they migrated to Amazon Web Services (AWS). The team chose Red Hat OpenShift for the extensive support and level of innovation they were able to provide. With OpenShift on AWS, Scholastic was able to implement a DevOps model to create a new set of online-based services to maintain competitive advantage in a rapidly shifting publishing world. Join the upcoming webinar to learn how Scholastic maximized flexibility and improved their CI/CD pipeline by utilizing a microservices architecture running in containers. Watch to learn - How Scholastic maintains high availability for their customer-facing applications during peak seasons with their new containerized environment - Best practices for moving to a microservices architecture and DevOps methodology to improve agility - How implementing a DevOps model has allowed Scholastic engineers to centrally manage internal and customer-facing applications from a single pane-of-glass view

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