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Building a DevOps environment: How containers on OpenStack can help

  • 2017년 3월 22일
  • Webinar

If your IT department is like most, you’re feeling a lot of pressure to provide services, resources, and tools faster to your developers; to respond quickly to your lines of businesses’ constantly evolving needs; and to do it all with limited headcount on outdated and inflexible IT systems.
 

A true DevOps environment includes a highly programmable, automated, scalable, and secure infrastructure to provide everything your developers need to bring applications to market faster. In this webinar, we'll discuss the crucial role automation plays at various levels, including the infrastructure level, the virtual machine level, and the container level. We'll also discuss Red Hat’s solution to help you build the IT platforms you need for today and the future. Topics will include:

  • How containers can be part of your DevOps transition
  • Providing resources and consuming resources and the importance of each
  • Why you need automation at all layers
  • Two products that can help you achieve this
  • What role OpenStack® plays and what role OpenShift plays
  • Examples of customers who are already doing this

There'll also be time at the end for Q&As with these Red Hat experts:

  • Joe Brockmeier, senior principal product marketing manager, Containers, Red Hat
  • Erik Jacobs, principal technical marketing manager, OpenShift, Red Hat
  • Steve Gordon, principal product manager, OpenStack, Red Hat
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Speaker:

Scott McCarty, senior Strategist, Red Hat

Date: Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Time: 11 a.m. EDT / 8 a.m. PDT
Duration: 60 minutes