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Open hybrid cloud solutions on Microsoft Azure
Together, Microsoft and Red Hat® offer more choice and flexibility for hybrid cloud deployments.
We are committed to delivering enterprise operating systems, simplified container technologies, rigorous security standards, and an integrated support experience to help our enterprise customers and partners embrace hybrid cloud.
Azure Red Hat OpenShift provides a flexible, self-service deployment of fully managed OpenShift clusters. Maintain regulatory compliance and focus on your application development, while your master, infrastructure, and application nodes are patched, updated, and monitored by both Microsoft and Red Hat. Choose your own registry, networking, storage, or CI/CD solutions. Or get going immediately using built-in solutions with automated source code management, container and application builds, deployments, scaling, health management, and more.
Visit this link during the Microsoft Ignite event dates (September 22 - 24) to learn more about ARO and be eligible to receive Red Hat swag!
Speaker: Dave Cain, Principal Software Enginner, Red Hat
Abstract: No matter where you are in your journey to a hybrid infrastructure, Red Hat and Microsoft can help you succeed. Integrated solutions, joint support, unified management, and interoperable application development capabilities give you more options for building, deploying, and managing a security-focused hybrid environment that meets your business needs today and adapts to future change. With Red Hat and Microsoft, you can speed time to value for new applications and services and build high-quality applications that advance business.
Speakers: Don Pinto, Senior Principal Product Marketing Manager, RedHat & Louis Imershien, Principal Product Manager, Red Hat
Abstract: A more secure datacenter begins with your operating system. Red Hat Enterprise Linux helps you to safeguard your organization with built-in security features that can be used to proactively protect your datacenter environment. SQL Server on Linux is built to leverage these features. We’ll demonstrate how SQL Server works with Red Hat system security policies, encryption and auditing. We’ll also review container security for Big Data Clusters security recommendations on Red Hat OpenShift.
Speaker: Vince Power, Global Partner Principal Solution Architect, Red Hat
Abstract: As organizations adopt cloud infrastructures they will need to decide their migration strategy for their critical business applications, often written in Java EE, to the cloud while maintaining a fully supportable application stack. This session walks through the benefits of using Java EAP on Azure Red Hat OpenShift to host your Java EE application, and walks through the steps to creating an ARO cluster and deploying a Java EE application on it.
- Learn: Watch demos; download e-books, guides, datasheets, and overviews to learn more about hybrid cloud, automation, cloud-native app development, our commitment to open source, and open technologies for every industry.
- Play: Test your command line skills, protect the planet from the dangers of space, or help a pod escape from a disappearing digital landscape in our Open Source Arcade filled with games built with open source software. Learn more about the tools the developers used to create them.
- Network: Chat with each other and Red Hatters in our Networking lounge
- Get swag: Request Red Hat swag to be sent directly to your door
Feeling lucky? Enter our raffle for a chance to win a variety of prizes! If you are selected as one of our winners, we will reach out to you via email.
1st place raffle: Red Hat branded ember mug
2nd place raffle: Gift card to Cool Stuff Store
3rd place raffle: Red Hat branded inflatable lounger
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