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Customer Enablement Series - Mastering Openshift 4

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Red Hat OpenShift Architecture 101 and Best Practices
Live-event date: Tuesday, August 3, 2021 | 1 p.m. SGT - 2.30 p.m. SGT

When deploying a container platform in cloud environments, you can spend an inordinate amount of time researching and debating architectural decisions, tooling, parameters, or a required sequence of tasks. Learning recommended architecture from experts can help you jumpstart your deployment of Red Hat® OpenShift®.

For customers adopting containerization, the Asia-Pacific (APAC) Technical Account Management (TAM) webinar program aims to help our customers to understand Red Hat OpenShift basics. This webinar—the first installment in the series—features experts explaining architecture and best practices so you can establish a strong foundation of skills before developing, deploying, and testing cloud-native applications with Red Hat OpenShift. This webinar is especially relevant for customers who are in early stages of their containerization or application modernization initiatives.
Red Hat OpenShift—our enterprise-ready distribution of the Kubernetes community project—is an open source container application platform that runs on Red Hat Enterprise Linux®. The platform offers powerful integrated scaling, monitoring, logging, and metering functionality. Watch this webinar to see a Red Hat OpenShift 101 presentation that highlights both the core capabilities of Kubernetes and the specific product features that make Red Hat OpenShift a powerful enterprise container platform.

In this webinar, we will cover

  • A general introduction to Red Hat OpenShift
  • Commonly used features of the platform
  • Recommended architecture and best practices for using Red Hat OpenShift

Deep Dive: Red Hat Openshift 4 on AWS
Live-event date: Tuesday, August 10, 2021 | 1 p.m. SGT - 2.30 p.m. SGT

Red Hat® OpenShift® — the industry’s leading enterprise Kubernetes platform—can be deployed over numerous cloud providers, including AWS, one of the more popular public cloud platforms. AWS provides multiple services to keep the cluster highly available and helps keep almost everything automated.
For customers adopting containerization, the Asia-Pacific (APAC) Technical Account Management (TAM) webinar program aims to help our customers to understand Red Hat OpenShift basics. This webinar—the second installment in the series—features experts guiding you through how to install Red Hat OpenShift on AWS. This webinar is especially relevant for customers who are interested in maximizing their use of AWS services for cloud-native applications.
This session will highlight the major AWS services that Red Hat OpenShift can use, including resource creation, networking, and cluster architecture. Then, we will discuss each of the services used to create the cluster in depth before reviewing how all these services are interconnected and keep the cluster up and highly available.

In this webinar, we will cover

  • Red Hat OpenShift installation basics and prerequisites
  • Networking and cluster architecture standards specific to AWS
  • Specific AWS services to use with Red Hat OpenShift, including VPC, EC2, IAM, S3, and Route53

Deep Dive: Red Hat Openshift 4 Networking
Live-event date: Tuesday, August 17, 2021 | 1 p.m. SGT - 2.30 p.m. SGT

Networks are no longer static. With the increase of cloud-native development and microservices architectures, the demand for reliable and adaptive networks has increased. This discussion will cover the challenges involved in this new landscape and how Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform uses software-defined networking (SDN) to provide a unified cluster network to resolve these challenges.
For customers adopting containerization, the Asia-Pacific (APAC) Technical Account Management (TAM) webinar program aims to help our customers to understand Red Hat OpenShift basics. This webinar—the third installment in the series—features experts providing you with a detailed overview of networking with Red Hat OpenShift.
This webinar is especially relevant for customers who want to learn the fundamentals of cloud-native networking. This webinar will not only discuss cloud-native networking but also provide an analysis of a general-purpose approach to using Red Hat OpenShift, as well as trade-offs to consider before using supported, alternative approaches.

we will also review

  • Container networking requirements
  • Kubernetes components (e.g., services, Ingress Operators, endpoints)
  • OpenShift components (e.g., routers, routes, CoreDNS)
  • Container plumbing
  • Routers and routes
  • CoreDNS and cluster-wide DNS

In this webinar, we will cover how to handle common challenges with container networking:

  • Cloud-native deployments to use in your networking approach, including services, Ingress operators, and endpoints
  • The Red Hat approach to container plumbing using routers, routes, and HTTP(s) APIs
  • Useful Container Network Interface (CNI) plug-ins like OpenShiftSDN and OVNKubernetes
  • Rules for packet flow between pods, services, and clusters
  • CoreDNS and dynamic service resolution in Red Hat OpenShift

Deep Dive: Red Hat OpenShift Integrated CI/CD Pipelines and GitOps
Live-event date: Tuesday, August 24, 2021 | 1 p.m. SGT - 2.30 p.m. SGT

The modern business landscape is constantly in flux, which changes how we approach software delivery and infrastructure management. These changes fuel an increasing demand to deliver new digital tools rapidly, stay ahead of the competition, adopt new business models, and move into new markets. Continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD)—one of the key practices in the DevOps movement—focuses on frequently delivering applications to customers by introducing automation into all stages of application development and operational management.
For customers adopting containerization, the Asia-Pacific (APAC) Technical Account Management (TAM) webinar program aims to help our customers to understand Red Hat® OpenShift® basics. This webinar—the fourth installment in the series—features experts explaining architecture and best practices so you can establish a strong foundation of skills before developing, deploying, and testing cloud-native applications with Red Hat OpenShift. This webinar is especially relevant for customers who want to understand CI/CD best practices for containers and Day 2 operations for cloud-native apps. Learn how Red Hat OpenShift GitOps and pipelines can help your organization deliver products and services faster.

In this webinar, we will cover the basics of implementing continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) with Red Hat OpenShift:

  • The benefits of using CI/CD
  • Red Hat OpenShift GitOps and pipelines
  • Tekton concepts applied on the platform


Asmita Gawand

Technical Support Engineer, Customer Experience & Engagement (CEE), Red Hat

Asmita has three years of experience as a Technical Support Engineer for Red Hat OpenShift. She works with customers to resolve their technical queries about Red Hat OpenShift and provides great customer experiences via Red Hat support services. She has core knowledge on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, Kubernetes, and public and private cloud infrastructure.

Sumeet Anand Kachhwaha

Senior Technical Account Manager, Customer Experience & Engagement (CEE), Red Hat

Sumeet is a Senior Technical Account Manager based in Singapore. He has extensive work experience in the financial services sector related to DevOps practices and application design and development. He has earned AWS and ITIL certifications, is an Oracle Certified Professional (OCP), and is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Professional Scrum Master (PSM). Sumeet’s primary focus is helping customers successfully adopt Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.

Ayush Garg

Technical Support Engineer, CEE, Red Hat

Ayush works with Red Hat Technical Support in the Red Hat OpenShift domain. His expertise in the installation and architecture of Red Hat OpenShift on various platforms allows him to help customers better understand and apply these concepts. Ayush also has experience working on application deployments across public cloud platforms such as AWS and Azure. In his current role, Ayush troubleshoots and resolves various critical issues related to Red Hat OpenShift that customers face on a day to day basis. He also conducts sessions on different Red Hat OpenShift topics to share his knowledge with the community.

Michael Washer

Software Maintenance Engineer, Customer Experience & Enablement (CEE), Red Hat

Michael is a Software Maintenance Engineer in Red Hat’s Brisbane office. He has extensive experience with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, and he specializes in helping customers with container networking and storage components.

Arnab Ghosh

Senior Technical Support Engineer, CEE, Red Hat

Arnab has been with Red Hat for three years and has over six years of public cloud and cloud-native application experience. He has a well-rounded understanding of Red Hat Openshift, and for the last year, Arnab has focused on helping customers troubleshoot and optimize their Red Hat OpenShift networking stack. Arnab also has expertise in deploying cloud-native applications across various cloud platforms, including AWS, Azure, and private cloud environments built with Red Hat Openstack®.

Khushal Chandak

Technical Support Engineer, CEE, Red Hat

Khushal has been with Red Hat for four years and recently started his new role as a Technical Support Engineer in the Red OpenShift Team. Previously, his work focused on Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform networking. Khushal’s contribution on complex networking components cases and desire to work on complex issues helped him to become a key member of the networking team. He conducted technical and Lunch & Learn knowledge sharing sessions for the team in Pune, providing helpful insights on platform networking and load balancing for many Red Hatters.

Nathan Reilly

Senior Customer Success Architect, CEE, Red Hat

Nathan Reilly has been working with application delivery teams for over ten years. Over the last 18 months, he has been helping Red Hat customers across the Asia-Pacific region integrate Red Hat Openshift Container Platform into their businesses to transform application delivery and day to day operations. As part of the CEE Cloud Success Team, Nathan is dedicated to assisting customers in their cloud-adoption journey.

Suresh Gaikwad

Senior Customer Success Architect, CEE, Red Hat

For the past eight years, Suresh Gaikwad has been in Customer Experience & Engagement helping customers with both Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat Openshift. In recent years, he had been focused on helping customers across the Asia-Pacific region on their container adoption journey. Suresh is passionate about discussing the technology behind open source projects and has delivered more than 50 webinars and sessions at various conferences such as Devconf and Red Hat Tech Exchange (RHTE).