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Containers are increasingly being used to create large platforms for distributed applications that can run in the cloud. One advantage of containers is they can run large, distributed applications with low overhead by sharing a container-optimized operating system (such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host). In order to function properly, container-based infrastructure solutions make use of software-defined networking functionality to connect distributed applications across the cloud.
Networking’s role as a part of the stack is as critical for multi-container, multi-host applications as it is for other distributed applications. In this webcast, Red Hat principal software engineer Eric Paris provides you with a better understanding of the networking capabilities available with Red Hat Atomic Enterprise Platform Public Preview.
Join us on February 24th at 11:00 ET, where you will learn:
- Why software-defined networking (SDN) solutions are needed for container orchestration
- What container networking looks like
- What SDN capabilities are included with Atomic Enterprise Platform
- How to integrate with third party networking
- About Security and Network Isolation
- An overview of the Atomic Router
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (ET)
- Eric Paris, Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Register to attend the webcast today.