Getting value on day one of your upgrade to Red Hat Satellite 6.3
Red Hat® Satellite 6.3 brings you continued innovation and robust functionality. For customers with large—and growing—Red Hat infrastructures, Red Hat Satellite has been a trusted and an enduring solution for some time now. Red Hat Satellite 6 offered a redesigned architecture to manage new types of content on a wide variety of platforms including bare metal, private clouds, and public clouds.
Join this webinar to learn about the value your organization can gain on day one of your upgrade to Red Hat Satellite 6.3—with enhancements in these areas:
- Content management (improved content download policies and synchronization)
- System provisioning (managing provisioning templates)
- Configuration management (best practices for Ansible® integration, support for Puppet 3.8 & 4)
- Support (for Satellite and Capsule servers running on AWS EC2)
- Security and user access (a formalized “org admin” role, new OpenSCAP tailoring files)
- Usability (improved UI notifications, future-dated policies, hostname renaming, virt-who wizard)
Duration: 60 minutes
Rich Jerrido, principal product manager, Red Hat
Rich Jerrido, Red Hat principal product manager, is a “doer-of-all-things Red Hat® Satellite,” including training, integration, enablement, documentation, and helping to identify product requirements. As a technology expert, he frequently speaks in web seminars and at industry events. Working more than 15 years with both Linux® and virtualization, Rich is very experienced in systems management, configuration management, and Red Hat's subscription governance.
John Spinks, principal product marketing manager, Red Hat
John Spinks, Red Hat principal technical marketing manager for Red Hat Satellite, has been in a technical marketing role for over a decade. Although John is fairly new to Red Hat, in his long-term role he has worked with centralized management products, backup and recovery products, and databases and enterprise applications. He has successfully brought several products to market, and he's excited to bring that experience to Red Hat.