Red Hat® OpenShift® 4 represents a significant architectural change from Red Hat OpenShift 3 offering significant benefits to those who migrate from version 3 to 4. Some migrations are trivial and some are complex or complicated. Every organization, IT infrastructure, OpenShift cluster, and application is different. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach or "one true path" to migration. But, there are aspects common to every migration that are worth understanding.
In this webinar, our OpenShift experts will discuss:
- The significant changes and opportunities that Red Hat OpenShift 4 brings
- Modern approaches to application delivery
- New microservice capabilities
- Application functionality as a service
- Managing infrastructure as code
- Thoughts to consider before pursuing a migration
Join us to find out how Red Hat OpenShift 4 can help you and how to best migrate to it from Red Hat OpenShift 3.
Live event date: Tuesday, July 20, 2021 | 2 p.m. ET
On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.
Container Application & Development Architect, Red Hat Consulting
Chris Peters is a Container Application & Development Architect with the Migration & Modernization team within Red Hat® Consulting. He is a software engineer with more than a decade of experience in application development, release engineering, DevOps, and cloud-native development. As a Red Hat Architect, Chris assists customers with their container adoption journey. He is a Red Hat Certified Specialist in OpenShift Application Development.
Cloud Architect, Solutions and Technology Practice, Red Hat
Joe D’Andrea is a Cloud Architect with Red Hat's North American Solutions and Technology Practice, where they help customers implement their Red Hat® OpenShift® infrastructure and advocate for Red Hat's OpenShift migration and modernization efforts. Joe has worked in a variety of areas throughout his career including cloud computing infrastructure, orchestration services, API and software architecture/development, content management, accessibility evaluation and repair, HTML 5, the web standards movement, and mobile app development