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By Steve Bohac, Product Marketing, Red Hat Storage
It's Red Hat Summit week, with this year’s edition taking place in San Francisco! As always, Red Hat has a plethora of announcements this week.
If you haven’t already heard the news, yesterday we announced substantial customer adoption momentum with container-native storage from Red Hat. Customers such as Lufthansa Technik, Aragonesa de Servious Telematico (AST), Generali Switzerland, IHK-GfI, and Vorwerk (amongst many more) are using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform for cloud-native applications and are representative of how organizations are seeking out scalable, fully integrated, developer friendly storage for containers.
Based on Red Hat Gluster Storage, container-native storage from Red Hat offers these organizations scalable, persistent storage for containers across hybrid clouds with increased application portability. Tightly integrated with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, container-native storage from Red Hat can be used to persist not only application data but data for logging, metrics, and the container registry. The deep integration with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform helps developers easily provision and manage elastic storage for applications and offers a single point of support. Customers use container-native storage to persist data for a variety of applications, including SQL and NoSQL databases, CI/CD tools, web serving, and messaging applications.
Organizations using container-native storage from Red Hat can benefit from simplified management, rapid deployment, and a single point of support. The versatility of container-native storage from Red Hat can enable customers to run cloud-native applications in containers, on bare metal, in virtualized environments, or in the public cloud.
For those of you attending Red Hat Summit this week, as always we know you love breakout sessions to learn more about Red Hat solutions—and we have a bunch covering container-native storage from Red Hat! Don’t forget to get your raffle tickets at each of the storage sessions you attend. Here’s what the line up for container-native storage from Red Hat sessions looks like:
(All in Moscone West unless otherwise noted)
Tuesday, May 8
- Container-native storage and Red Hat Gluster Storage roadmap
Sayandeb Saha, Red Hat; Sudhir Prasad, Red Hat, 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Room 2001
- Optimize MySQL performance on OpenShift with container-native storage
Daniel Messer, Red Hat, May 83:30 - 4:15 p.m., Room 2011
Thursday, May 10
- Using container-native storage: Myths and best practices
Jose Rivera, Red Hat, 11:15 - 11:35 a.m., Room 2010
- Above the clouds with container-native storage
Ryan Cook, Davis Phillips, Annette Clewett, Glenn West, 1 - 1:45 p.m., Room 2009
- How Red Hat helps Vorwerk drive innovation with IoT
Peter Mumenthaler, Red Hat; Michael Hosse, Vorwerk International Strecker & Co.; Sandro Koechli, Adfinis SyGroup AG, 1 - 1:45 p.m., Room 2024
- OpenShift storage automation with container-native storage
Annette Clewett, Red Hat Inc; Roya Vafadar, County of Los Angeles, 2 - 2:45 p.m., Room 215 Moscone South
- OpenShift in a multi-datacenter environment at La Poste
Guilhem VIANES, La Poste; André Enquin, RedHat; Jaafar Chraibi, Red Hat, 3 - 3:45 p.m., Room 2003
Want to learn more?
For hands-on experience combining OpenShift and container-native storage, check out our test drive, a free, in-browser lab experience that walks you through using both.
Happy Red Hat Summit! Hope to see you this week!