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A closer look at Red Hat Enterprise Linux and OpenShift life cycle

Ver el webinar del 29 de Junio de 2021
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Red Hat’s product life cycle identifies the various maintenance levels for each release of a product, from general availability to end of maintenance. The purpose of the published product life cycles is to provide Red Hat® customers the flexibility to plan their IT initiatives.

This webinar will explain the key components of Red Hat Enterprise Linux® and Red Hat Openshift® product life cycles and the key terminologies.

In this webinar, we will cover:

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux life cycle
  • The errata types
  • The difference between key terminologies, e.g., extended update support, extended life-cycle support, and extended life phase
  • Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform life cycle

Sabarinath Gopinath (Nath)

Senior Technical Account Manager, Customer Experience and Engagement, Red Hat

Nath has been working with many customers for more than 15 years in various support roles, including Subject Matter Expert roles. In recent years, he started assisting customers in Red Hat Services Journey: Container Adoption and advising on best practices, performing supportability assessments and proactively identifying and resolving potential impacts and risks. He is also currently running a project, assisting a large Financial Service Industry customer with their first Red Hat Ansible® Automation Platform infrastructure.

Muhammad Usman (Ozzy)

Senior Technical Account Manager, Customer Experience and Engagement, Red Hat

Ozzy has supported enterprise customers for more than 10 years and has worked with Red Hat customers and partners as a Technical Account Manager for two years. He helps customers with product adoption, best practices, life-cycle planning, technical reviews, and issue resolution. Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Smart Management, Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform and Red Hat OpenShift are among the topics of his daily work.

Johnray Fuller

Principal Cloud Success Architect, Customer Experience and Engagement, Red Hat

Johnray has been working with open source software for more than 30 years and helped Red Hat evolve from a small Linux distribution sold in retail stores to a major player in the enterprise software industry. Since its initial release, he has worked with Red Hat OpenShift and now helps customers across Asia-Pasific (APAC) embark on the journey to reorient IT and application delivery infrastructure around containers.