Scott Sinclair, ESG; Alan Sanchez, IBM Global Alliance, Red Hat; Brent Compton, Red Hat; Randy Arseneau, IBM
A single cloud strategy has become increasingly rare for enterprise companies, as the benefits of incorporating multiple cloud providers with distributed edge and on-premises services become clearer. ESG reports that almost 90% of public cloud customers now use 2 or more unique public cloud infrastructure providers, showcasing that today’s technology strategies need to account for hybrid set-ups. When it comes to application deployment, portability is therefore key. When it comes to scaling in the hybrid cloud, managing data and storage capabilities effectively is critical.
For many organizations, the answers could lie with Kubernetes and containerization. With the right platform, it becomes possible to launch and run applications wherever they’re needed — from the cloud to the edge. A container-based environment balances improved security and latency, with ease of use and efficiency. Red Hat OpenShift and IBM Spectrum Fusion products enable a cloud-like experience in whichever environment you choose for your applications, and offer leading capabilities for data and storage management.
Tune into this webinar from the experts at Red Hat and IBM, along with industry insights from ESG analyst Scott Sinclair, to learn more about containers and Red Hat OpenShift.
Our panel will deep-dive on:
— The state of containers and hybrid cloud in 2022
— How Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation, and IBM Spectrum Fusion address challenges that off-the-shelf technology may not
— The best practices for scaling your container environments
— And much more