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.
Live-event date: Wednesday, May 29, 2019 | 11 a.m. ET
On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.
Senior Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat, Red Hat
Pete Brey is a senior product marketing manager for Red Hat® Storage. He helps customers solve their most challenging data problems by using Red Hat’s data analytics infrastructure solution with Red Hat Ceph® Storage and Red Hat OpenShift®. Pete brings a range of experience in object storage and network attached storage, including roles in marketing, product management, and engineering. In his most recent role at NetApp, Pete led product marketing for object storage, OpenShift and Kubernetes persistent storage, and OpenStack storage. Prior to NetApp, Pete led the development and marketing of OpenStack object storage at Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Portfolio Marketing Manager, Red Hat
Daniel Gilfix is portfolio marketing manager for Red Hat Storage and Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure. His career has spanned more than 2 decades, heavily focused on leading-edge technologies and integrated software solutions for the enterprise. Prior to Red Hat, he worked at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, where he managed cloud and converged infrastructure solutions; strategic alliances with SAP, Microsoft, and open source partners; and the sales enablement needs of direct sellers and the channel.