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Developers desire the agility to rapidly build new cloud-native applications to roll out new differentiated digital services for their businesses. At the same time, modernizing existing software apps, e.g., JavaTM, .NET, is key to keep the business running. Organizations are increasingly looking to infuse data analytics, AI/ML, and event-driven architectures as part of the core business that drive cloud-native applications. Integrating public cloud and ISV-specific application and data services within your overall architecture is also top of mind for Architects.

Red Hat OpenShift, the industry-leading, Kubernetes-powered, open hybrid cloud platform can accelerate your path to innovation. 

In this webinar, we’ll cover:

  • How Red Hat OpenShift can help empower your Developers, Data Scientists, Data Analysts, DevOps Engineers, and IT Operations

  • The workload possibilities on Red Hat OpenShift, including examples from across industries

  • How Red Hat can help you innovate and transform your business as you modernize applications

Live event date:  Thursday, July 8, 2021 | 1 p.m. ET  

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

Abhinav Joshi

Senior Manager, OpenShift Product Marketing, Red Hat

Abhinav Joshi is an OpenShift Product Marketing team leader in the Cloud Platforms organization at Red Hat. Joshi and his team are focused on marketing and sales enablement of cloud-native workloads on Red Hat OpenShift, including AI/ML, data analytics, databases, and Java. He has more than 20 years of industry experience in hybrid cloud, AI/ML, data analytics, digital workspace, and software-defined datacenter products and solutions. Throughout his career, Abhinav has held strategic roles in Product Management, Product Marketing, Sales, and Consulting Services at Red Hat, VMware, Cisco, and NetApp.

Rob Szumski

Senior Manager, OpenShift Product Management, Red Hat

Rob Szumski is a Product Manager for OpenShift focusing on bringing automation to the platform through operators at the app layer and over the air upgrades at the cluster layer. Rob has been involved with container-based technologies since the early days of Docker during his time at CoreOS, before joining Red Hat.