How to approach OpenShift 4 migration: Planning and strategy

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Red Hat OpenShift 4 includes new features and technologies such as Operators, Serverless, and Service Mesh resulting in a self-managing, flexible, and automated cluster. Moving from version 3 to 4 allows you to take advantage of these benefits. Every organisation has different IT infrastructures, applications, and clusters therefore migration paths can be different. Some migrations are complicated whereas others are straightforward. Yet there are commonalities that make migration to 4 a worthwhile journey.

In a panel discussion format, OpenShift experts will discuss:

  • The business case and benefits of migrating from OpenShift 3 to OpenShift 4

  • The preparation and planning necessary to make your migration journey successful

  • Best practices in migration planning

  • Considerations for migration planning and accelerating migration

Join us to discover why moving to Red Hat OpenShift 4 represents a significant architectural change from Red Hat OpenShift 3 and offers useful benefits to those who choose to migrate. This webinar includes an interactive session where you can ask questions after the panel discussion.

Live event date: Wednesday, September 22, 2021 | 11 a.m. CEST
On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

Carsten Lichy-Bittendorf

Senior Customer Success Architect, Red Hat EMEA

Carsten Lichy-Bittendorf is a Senior Customer Success Architect with 10 years of direct Red Hat product experience in both middleware and cloud technologies, specializing in complex enterprise level architecture and deployment for Red Hat’s cloud technology portfolio and associated products.

Daniel Mößner (Moessner)

Principal Customer Success Architect, Red Hat EMEA

Daniel Mößner (Moessner) is currently engaged as a Principal Customer Success Architect, with 7 years of experience across multiple technologies within the Red Hat product portfolio. Daniel assists customers with their complex cloud product needs, providing guidance and advice to customers with large-scale architecture, infrastructure deployment and optimization requirements.

Tobias Michelis

Technical Account Manager, Red Hat EMEA

Tobias Michelis is a Technical Account Manager with several years of experience across multiple technologies within the Red Hat portfolio. Tobias works with Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat OpenStack and helps customers with technical concerns and challenges.

Icim Dinctop

Senior Customer Success Manager, Red Hat EMEA

Icim Dinctop is a Senior Customer Success Manager with 12 years experience in building trusted relationships with Red Hat customers and supporting the adoption of new  and complex technologies by helping customers receive the tools and support they need to achieve their goals.

Graham Berry

Head of OpenShift, Red Hat EMEA

Graham Berry is the EMEA Manager for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform with more than 19 years of experience in the Enterprise Software market. Prior to working at Red Hat, Graham worked for 15 years with IBM Middleware, with a focus on enterprise integration solutions.