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Your checklist for a successful edge deployment

Watch recording from October 6, 2020
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Organizations across industries continue to explore how edge computing can help them adopt new technologies, scale their infrastructure, and drive differentiation. But building and managing an edge architecture is no easy task, especially when it could be made up of 100s to thousands of sites. In this webinar, we’ll walk you through design considerations and a best-practice approach to building an edge architecture. We’ll also cover how, with Red Hat OpenStack Platform’s distributed compute nodes capability, you can manage your core and edge infrastructure consistently - helping your IT teams scale by managing your entire architecture as one.

Live event date: Tuesday, October 6, 2020 | 10 a.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.


Gregory Charot

Gregory Charot

Principal Technical Product Manager, Red Hat

Gregory Charot currently serves as a Principal Technical Product Manager at Red Hat covering OpenStack Storage, Ceph integration, Edge computing as well as OpenShift on OpenStack storage. His primary mission is to build roadmaps and design product features based on customers and market demands as well as driving the overall productization to deliver production ready solutions to the market.

Gregory lives in Paris, France, he is an addict of all kinds of sliding sports such as snowboarding, wakeboarding, roller skating, longboarding, mountain biking as well as scuba diving. Comics and video games fan, his french touch wouldn’t be cliche if he wasn't also into french wine and gastronomy.

Pete Brey

Pete Brey

Principal Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

Pete Brey is a deeply experienced Sales and Marketing executive with over 25 years of experience in the technology industry. In his current role at Red Hat, he is responsible for sales and marketing of Big Data solutions focused on Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Internet of Things. In this role, Pete helps the world’s largest companies in diverse industries such as financial services, retail, automotive, and telecommunications understand how data can be transformed into information to help them make more accurate and agile decisions to stay ahead of the competition.

Pete lives in Colorado and is an avid triathlete, runner, cyclist, and skier. On any given day, there’s a good chance you’ll find Pete out on a training run with Nike, his labradoodle dog. When Pete is not working, in his running shoes or on his bike, he loves to research and taste wines and is an International Wine Guild Level 1 certified sommelier.