Webinar

Implementing Red Hat OpenShift on Amazon Web Services

5 dicembre 2018 15:00 UTC

Implementing Red Hat OpenShift on Amazon Web Services

Together, Red Hat and Amazon Web Services (AWS) provide access to a secure and easy-to-use platform to help organizations take advantage of application modernization and realize their digital transformation ambitions. 

With Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform fully certified and supported on Amazon Web Services, this webinar and live Q&A will provide a technically oriented overview covering:

  • The solution’s full application platform capabilities - providing more than docker + kubernetes
  • The solution’s service catalog, reference architecture and scaling
  • Customer references and how Red Hat and AWS collaborate to meet complex requirements 

The webinar and live Q&A has been created for:

  • Systems engineers
  • Systems architects 
  • Product owners

This is the second Red Hat and AWS webinar and we will build on the themes covered in the first. To help familiarize yourself with the topics discussed, please review the Accelerate Application Development and Delivery webinar available on demand.

 

Date | Time: Wednesday, December 05, 2018 | 3 p.m. CET

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes


Ragnar Harper

partner solution architect, ISV EMEA, AWS

Ragnar Harper is a Partner Solution Architect at AWS with more than 20 years of technology consulting and management experience in Europe, the US and Asia Pacific. He has been working cloud technologies since 2008, and has been working with everything from startups to the largest enterprises and governments on their journey to cloud. Ragnar is passionate about emerging technologies, automation and cybersecurity.

James Read

EMEA senior solution architect, Cloud and Service Providers, Red Hat

James is a EMEA Red Hat Solution Architect for strategic EMEA Certified Cloud and Service Prorviders and has been with Red Hat for 5 and a half years. James enjoys a deep technical background, but especially enjoys explaining how technology can help solve business challenges around DevOps and the adoption of public cloud.