Webinar

Efficient, properly secured, and standards-compliant infrastructure management

26 de Septiembre de 2018 09:00 UTC

Efficient, properly secured, and standards-compliant infrastructure management

As your Red Hat® environment continues to grow, so does the need to manage it to a high standard of quality. Red Hat Satellite helps keep Red Hat Enterprise Linux® environments and other Red Hat infrastructure running efficiently, properly secured, and compliant with various standards.

Red Hat Satellite lets your organization easily address security, bug-fix, and enhancement errata. For example, you can use it to identify and quickly respond to vulnerabilities like Shellshock, Heartbleed, and GHOST.

Join this webinar, in which we'll cover how Red Hat Satellite:

  • Simplifies infrastructure management.
  • Improves systems consistency, which helps increase efficiency, reduce errors, and meet compliance standards.
  • Can manage thousands of Red Hat systems as efficiently as managing one.

 

Live-event date: Wednesday, September 26, 2018 | 9 a.m. GMT

On-demand date: Available for one year afterward. 


Paolo Di Napoli

technical account manager, Red Hat

Paolo Di Napoli, Red Hat technical account manager (TAM), has a wealth of experience with IBM Italy and the public sector. Paolo spent a few years at Emirates Airlines implementing  Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) security requirements. He joined Red Hat in 2016 as a TAM who focuses on Red Hat Satellite and OpenSCAP.
 

Roman Bobek

technical account manager, Red Hat

Roman Bobek, Red Hat technical account manager (TAM), has a wealth of experience with Red Hat® products. After several years as a Linux® administrator, Roman joined Red Hat in December 2015 and working on the System Management team, he provides support for Red Hat Satellite 5 and 6, Red Hat Update Infrastructure, and the Anaconda installer for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. In May 2018, Roman changed roles to become a technical account manager, mainly for the Czech and Slovak markets. He also recently became a Red Hat Certified Architect (RHCA).