Building a private cloud computing environment using Red Hat Network Satellite to dynamically scale applications

Private cloud infrastructure has many clear advantages, not the least of which is the decoupling of an application from its physical resources.


Once a private cloud is successfully implemented using RHN Satellite, one of the most significant advantages is the ability to dynamically scale a given application based on demand. By implementing Red Hat Network Satellite in a private cloud environment, organizations can scale applications automatically eliminating human errors, making systems more reliable and available.

Join Katie Kelly, Product Marketing Manager and Ben Breard, Solutions Architect on this webinar where you will learn the advantages of using RHN Satellite to help you implement a dynamically allocated virtual environment using this approach.


Date: September 20, 2011

  • Available on-demand
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical


Katie Kelley Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat
Ben Breard Solutions Architect, Red Hat

About Katie Kelley: Katie's background at Red Hat began in the Sales Organization. Her experience working with the initial Satellite Sales Specialist team lead her to her current role as the Senior Product Marketing Manager for Satellite. Prior to Red Hat, Katie managed her own business in the litigation support industry. She graduated from Elon University in 2003.
About Ben Breard: Ben Breard is the Inside Solutions Architect for the central US region at Red Hat where he focuses on systems management solutions, virtualization, and evangelizing open source. His IT career began in 2004 as a systems administrator for environments built around primarily proprietary stacks. He began finding gaps in the proprietary solutions that were easily filled with open source software and subsequently became completely focused on open source solutions. Ben joined Red Hat in the summer of 2010 and currently works out of the Dallas, Texas office.

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