You want to allow your organization to respond to the needs of users, developers, and customers and the cloud can help you do that. But, do you use a public cloud or a private cloud? Do you use Amazon Web Services (AWS) or OpenStack®? There are advantages and disadvantages to either approach.
Amazon Web Services provides an easy on-ramp: simply swipe a credit card to start building clouds and cloud applications. OpenStack appears more complex: download, install, configure, manage, and upgrade. So, which of these options should you use and when?
In this webinar you'll learn:
- The difference between public, private, managed, and hybrid clouds.
- Use cases for public, private, managed, and hybrid clouds.
- Cost differences between an OpenStack private cloud and AWS public cloud.
- How to effectively use an OpenStack private cloud and AWS public cloud.
Speaker: Jonathan Gershater, product marketing manager, Red Hat
Jonathan has lived and worked in Silicon Valley since 1996 and is primarily focused on cloud and virtualization. He has experience with VMware, KVM, HyperV, AWS, and OpenStack technologies. At Red Hat, Jonathan focuses on competitive differentiation for Red Hat’s virtualization and OpenStack solutions. Prior to Red Hat, Jonathan worked with web applications, identity, and security at 3Com, Sun Microsystems, and Trend Micro.
Date: May 13, 2015
Time: 2 p.m. ET
Length: 1 hour
Audience: Business and Technical