Will McGrath, Cloud Storage and Hyperconverged Infrastructure, Red Hat
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:
Daniel Lee Consultant, Red Hat & Griffin College Consultant, Red Hat
In the world of containers and DevOps, Docker has become the most common standard to perform all the necessary operations around registries, images, and containers. With the introduction of the CRI-O project, we see a container engine that is a stable and security-focused platform for running Open Container Initiative (OCI) compatible runtimes instead of traditional Docker.
To fully visualize the vast landscape of container technology, a solid understanding of the tools and their uses is essential. For example, Buildah offers simple container creation with or without a Dockerfile. With the power of Ansible®, you can extend the power of tools like Buildah to deploy your application on OpenShift®.
In this session, we’ll cover:
•How to manage non-Docker container images.
•How to use Ansible Playbooks with Buildah and Skopeo to manage image and registry operations.
•The advantages the CRI-O project can provide your organization.
Kubernetes scales and manages stateless applications easily. Stateful applications require more work. Databases, caching systems, and file stores are harder to dynamically manage with data intact, and they often come with their own notion of clustering. Operators are Kubernetes agents that automatically deploy, scale, manage, back up, and even upgrade complex, stateful applications.
This technical webinar will provide an update on the Operator pattern from Red Hat—adopted by many community projects like Rook, Prometheus, and others—and supported by a Framework and software development kit (SDK) that make it easier to automate your applications.
Lucy Kerner Security Global Technical Evangelist and Strategist, Red Hat
Maintaining visibility, control, and security, and ensuring governance and compliance remains paramount. But it becomes more difficult and time consuming in a hybrid infrastructure consisting of physical, virtual, cloud, and container environments. Also, it's becoming more and more challenging for security teams to examine and respond to the growing number of security alerts coming in from the increasing number of security tools in their security operations center. (This is a replay from Red Hat Summit)
Andre Lee Rubinger, Software Engineering Manager, Red Hat
This session explains how Red Hat fixed cloud application creation. We'll introduce a simple, yet comprehensive, way to build and deploy new applications on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform in under 5 minutes. We'll demystify common appdev tasks on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform by uncovering the basics tenants. Join this session to:
- Create a new modern, front-end application, built with NPM/Yarn and served as static files.
- Provision a new database or messaging system.
- Share authentication information between application code and connected services.
Come ready to dig under the covers and start to learn the cloud development concepts behind our simplified getting started flows.
Mike Barret, Rob Szumski, Marc Curry, Brian "Redbeard" Harrington and Tushar Katari - Red Hat
Come to this session to see what it OpenShift 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!
Mike Barret, Director of Product Management, Red Hat
Rob Szumski, Product Manager, Red Hat
Marc Curry, Senior Principal OpenShift Product Manager, Container Infrastructure, Red Hat
Brian "Redbeard" Harrington, Principal Product Manager, Red Hat
Tushar Katari, OpenShift Product Manager, Red Hat
Brian Gracely, Director Product Strategy, OpenShift, Red Hat
Successful companies are measuring success from "idea to execution" in weeks and months. Getting there means navigating nearly unlimited technical choices, for both application and operations teams. Learn how leading companies are making the right choices for their Hybrid Cloud, to drive new market opportunities and greater business success.
Brian Gracely (@bgracely) is Director of Product Strategy at Red Hat, focused on OpenShift. He brings 20+ years of experience in Strategy, Product Management, Systems Engineering, Marketing and M&A. He is recognized as an industry thought-leader in Cloud Computing and DevOps, as well as being co-host of the award-winning podcast, The Cloudcast (@thecloudcastnet) and weekly Kubernetes podcast @PodCTL.
Langley Rock, Senior Program Manager - Product Security, Red Hat
We'll explore Product Security at Red Hat and the value proposition to customer subscriptions. We'll take a look at vulnerability analysis, remediation, and will dig into vulnerability data that contributes to our 2018 Risk Report.
Ron Marshall, Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat and Taymour Elerian, Senior Solution Architect, Red Hat
Security has never been a more important topic. From DevSecOps, to optimizing existing IT resources, security technologies are everywhere. But where is Red Hat heading? What are we doing now and in the future to help you address security concerns?
Julio Villarreal Pelegrino, Chief Architect, 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 Red Hat Ansible Automation to apply and enforce security standards that adapt to meet internal and external security guidelines.
Jason Lamb, Data Center Cloud Technology Strategist and Digital Transformation Expert, Intel
Jason’s role in Intel’s Data Center Group, (DCG), focuses on educating end users, and Intel partners, on current industry best practices and trends in cloud computing. This includes best practices for developing overall cloud, and cloud management strategies, and architecting and designing data center modernization blueprints, with software defined infrastructure projects, including software defined storage and network phases.
Dan Walsh, Senior Consulting Software 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
Lucy Kerner, Senior Principal Security Global Technical Evangelist and Strategist, Red Hat
Visibility, control, security, and maintaining governance and compliance are all critical for managing your infrastructure. However, these are becoming more difficult and time consuming as your infrastructure evolves to a mix of bare metal, virtual, cloud, and container environments. How can you maintain security, governance, compliance, and reduce risk amid this growing complexity? Red Hat’s automated security and compliance solution gives you the tools -- Red Hat Ansible Automation, Red Hat Satellite, Red Hat Insights, and OpenSCAP -- to help you with these challenges.
In this session, you’ll learn how these Red Hat technologies can help:
- Implement a security and compliance automation workflow, such as provisioning security-compliant hosts and maintaining compliance against industry or custom security profiles by automating audit scans and doing controlled remediations of detected issues.
- Identify and remediate security threats proactively with predictive analytics.
- Implement both infrastructure and security as code.
- Automate patch and configuration management for consistency across your environments.
- Deliver continuous security and monitoring that is centrally managed for your hybrid infrastructure.
Burr Sutter, Director of Developer Experience, Red Hat
Serverless is a misnomer; your future cloud native applications will consist of both microservces and functions, often wrapped as Linux containers, but in many cases where you the developer ignore the operational aspects of managing that infrastructure. In this session, we will dive into the capabilities of a Function-as-a-Service Platform for Kubernetes/OpenShift. The Microservices evolution was relatively easy, the programming model was nearly identical to the previous generation of Java EE. Today, Functions represent a new programming model for your next generation Java business applications. This will be a demo intensive session.
About the Speaker:
A lifelong developer advocate, community organizer, and technology evangelist, Burr Sutter is a featured speaker at technology events around the globe—from Bangalore to Brussels and Berlin to Beijing (and most parts in between). A Java Champion since 2005, Burr founded the DevNexus conference—now the second largest Java event in the U.S.—with the aim of making access to the world’s leading developers affordable to the developer community.
About the Speaker:
Lance is a principal software engineer at Red Hat, leading the Node.js engineering efforts within Red Hat Middleware. He is an active open source contributor, an author of several NPM modules, and a core committer for the Node.js project. In addition to Node.js, you'll find his contributions in many other well-known open source projects, including: Wildfly Swarm, Vert.x, and Torquebox.
Join us for this webinar as we learn about microservices, using AI to our benefit, machine learning and more.
About the speaker:
As the founder and head of Vizuri, Joe is responsible for its overall strategic direction. Through a hands-on approach, he offers customers more than thirty years of experience as a technical architect, developer, and business leader. Joe specializes in helping executives to solve complex business problems by mapping their business processes and adopting new technologies when appropriate. He proudly works with visionary leaders in multiple industries to help them understand how to improve their business agility. Through this experience, he has become a prominent speaker on open-source technologies, and he has helped to shape industry practices in business rules.
Join us for this webinar as we learn about microservices, data patterns and more.
About the speaker:
A developer who has seen it all, Don is a former Microsoft MVP, author of “Transitioning to .NET Core on Linux” by O’Reilly Media, and currently a Digital Evangelist at Red Hat with a focus on Microservices and Serverless computing. Prior to Red Hat, Don was a Developer Advocate at Rackspace where he was immersed in cloud technology. He enjoys cooking, adrenaline, and studying human behavior, and loathes the designated hitter rule with every fiber of his being. Don's overarching belief is this: "A program is not a communication between a developer and a machine; it's a communication between a developer and the next developer."
Marius Bogoevici, Principal Specialist Solution Architect, Red Hat
Event-centric design and event-driven architecture are powerful tools for designing scalable, distributed systems that are capable of taking advantage of the agility and organizational efficiencies promised by microservices. Serverless computing lets engineers stay focussed on application goals, while outsourcing the burden of infrastructure to a cloud vendor. In the Serverless Computing architecture, there is no central server. Instead, we have different components orchestrated by an API gateway. To build such an architecture, we'll talk about the 3 key items you need to deliver a cohesive solution.
About the speaker:
Marius is a trusted advisor to customers on solutions that include Red Hat products, consulting services, and training. Marius has a long-standing interest in enterprise application integration, event-driven microservices, and data streaming. Before joining Red Hat, Marius led Spring Cloud Stream as part of the Spring team at Pivotal, and contributed to various projects in the Spring portfolio, including Spring Cloud Data Flow, Spring Integration and Spring Kafka. He is the co-author of “Spring Integration in Action” (Manning, 2012).
Pete Brey Senior Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat, Red Hat, Daniel Gilfix Portfolio Marketing Manager, Red Hat
As self-contained lightweight infrastructure entities, containers have storage requirements that are challenging for traditional storage solutions and appliances. With Kubernetes-based deployments spreading more deeply into mainstream use cases and mission-critical deployments, storage architectures need to support the agility, flexibility, and portability requirements imposed by containers in addition to supplying the persistent storage baseline required by the container solution.
In this webinar, we’ll review the storage requirements of container architectures and how best to satisfy them. We’ll focus on:
Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform, the leading Kubernetes implementation in the industry.
The tight integration between Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage, an open, software-defined storage product that provides persistent storage for critical OpenShift functions and a single infrastructure experience across bare-metal, virtualized, on-premise, public cloud, and hybrid cloud environments.
Pete Brey Senior Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat, Daniel Gilfix Portfolio Marketing Manager, Red Hat, Kyle Bader Principal
More and more customers struggle to manage the growth of big data and reap timely business insights from data with their existing data infrastructure. Over the past 2 years, Red Hat has worked closely with customers to solve these problems with a cost-effective, hybrid cloud infrastructure that can scale to support massive amounts of data and manage the influx of requests from data scientists needing access to a proliferation of analytic tools.
Now, infrastructure teams are able to provide self-service, workload-isolated compute environments with infrastructure from Red Hat, including shared object storage datasets and dynamic provisioning of containerized services and analytic tools via Red Hat OpenStack® Platform and Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform.
In this webinar, we’ll review how this modern, provisioned data analytics experience is helping customers achieve improvements in total cost of ownership and analytic performance.
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