Red Hat OpenShift Cloud Services 201: A deep dive into Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS

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IT teams are under pressure to deliver applications and services faster, out-maneuver competitors and provide exceptional user experiences—all while facing tighter budgets and a severe lack of cloud specialist skills.

Red Hat® OpenShift® is a turnkey application platform that empowers teams to build, deploy, and run cloud-native and traditional applications across cloud environments. However, to streamline your application delivery processes, how OpenShift is deployed—on-premise or as a service—should be taken into account.

Learn more about Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS, when to use Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), and when to use OpenShift Services on AWS (ROSA). Finally, learn how to integrate OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) with the AWS ecosystem.

We'll cover these topics in this webinar:

  • Recap of self-managed OpenShift vs. managed OpenShift—what does "managed" mean and how does it help you to focus on what matters—delivering applications faster.
  • AWS container portfolio is in its current state.
  • Deploying OpenShift Cloud Services on AWS and extending the platform through native integrations to AWS services.
  • Live demo of Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS and integrating it to AWS services.
  • Feedback on what you want to hear about next time.

Paul Whiten

Go-to-Market Specialist, Cloud Services APAC, Red Hat

Paul Whiten helps customers focus on delivering better software faster through the adoption of Red Hat’s Cloud Services application platforms. He is responsible for the go-to-market strategy, product-market fit, and joint sales execution between Red Hat and our greater partner ecosystem across the Asia Pacific region.

Paul has more than 18 years in the technology industry, with the last 10 years working in regional business development positions focusing on the enterprise market with HP and HPE, then Micro Focus, and now Red Hat. His experience spans numerous customer-facing roles covering all aspects of the application delivery life cycle—from quality assurance to life cycle management through implementing agile and DevOps capabilities.

Garcia Will

Senior Partner Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Will Garcia is a Senior Partner Solutions Architect at AWS. His experience includes solutions architecture, software development, DevOps and cloud computing. He is experienced with containers and Kubernetes technologies, and in his current role is helping enterprise and telecommunication customers adopt Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS.