Matthew Quill, Senior Strategic Business Development Manager and Eric Ji, Solution Architect, F5 Networks
This session will explore how F5, in combination with Red Hat® OpenShift®, can help scale, secure and migrate Kubernetes deployments using F5’s application delivery, DNS services, and secure cloud container deployments.
In this session, you will learn how to:
- Streamline migrations from OpenShift 3x to 4x without downtime using F5 domain name system (DNS) as a service.
- Scale applications across Red Hat OpenShift clusters and help facilitate agile blue/green and canary application development environments.
- Seamlessly integrate user access management, distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection and advanced web application Firewall Services to create a secure Red Hat OpenShift/Kubernetes deployment.
- Design a highly resilient, adaptive and secure container infrastructure whether it is on-premise, in the cloud or in a hybrid capacity.
Matt Quill is a Senior Strategic Business Development Manager for F5 based in the Boston area. Over his ten year career with F5 Matt has held business development roles as varied as security partnerships, storage partnerships, and most recently global responsibility for the Red Hat partnership. Matt is responsible for planning and executing joint enablement activities with this crucial partnership and its portfolio of emerging technologies.
Eric Ji is a Solution Architect at F5 Networks with a focus on technical development of DevOps and cloud technology alliance partnerships. His expertise spans Kubernetes, OpenShift, Automation, Ansible/Puppet/Chef, SDN and Security.
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