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Support automated infrastructure and robust applications with containers

  • 19 de junho de 2018
  • Webinar

Support automated infrastructure and robust applications with containers 

Organizations often have difficulty supporting their end users with insufficient internal resources. Understaffed operations teams must manually maintain large infrastructures. Development teams are slowed down by code that mysteriously stops working. 

Organizations need a solution to break this cycle. Infrastructure needs to be maintainable in a consistent fashion and applications must be easily scalable while keeping affordability and support in mind. Join us to learn about how Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform: 

  • Creates an environment that is intuitive for developers and IT operations alike, without requiring expertise in containers or Kubernetes.
  • Handles routing, container orchestration, and has integrated continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) capabilities. 
  • Works with nearly all of today’s most popular languages, databases, and middleware.

 

Date: Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Time: 2 p.m. ET

Matt Boyajian, middleware solutions architect, Red Hat

Matt Boyajian, Red Hat middleware solutions architect, Matt began his Red Hat career as a middleware consultant, specializing in Red Hat Decision Manager, formerly called Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite. Prior to Red Hat, he previously lead business management system efforts during multiple consulting engagements with Fortune 100 customers. Matt is currently the lead middleware architect for Red Hat in the West region, leading state and local government and education accounts with migrations, proof of concepts, and technical knowledge in the emerging technology field. 

 

Jared Pane, middleware solutions specialist, Red Hat

Jared Pane, Red Hat middleware solutions specialist, has over 15 years of public sector experience, helping state, local, and educational agencies migrate their existing monolithic applications into open source technologies. He began his Red Hat career as a middleware technical account manager specializing in Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP) and OpenShift.