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As a developer I’d give anything for OpenShift

Assista ao webinar de 22 de outubro de 2020

Red Hat® OpenShift® is an enterprise-strength container orchestration system that offers modern tools and approaches for the developer. Previously, writing software required more than just coding—developers also had to identify a platform to run the software on, which often meant creating and installing a framework for the software while it was still in development. Significant compatibility issues arose from developing and testing systems as they were being written, and developers spent most of their time working on aspects that had nothing to do with the software itself—establishing the environment, ensuring it was functional, and building boilerplate code. Red Hat OpenShift provides new options for writing software and lets developers reduce the amount of time spent on these extraneous tasks so they can focus their energies on development. This webinar will cover recent shifts in software development and how Red Hat OpenShift simplifies software creation and maintenance.

Live event date: Thursday, October 22, 2020 | 15:00 PM CEST

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward

Graham Berry

Graham Berry

EMEA Sales Lead for OpenShift Container Platform, Red Hat

Graham is EMEA Sales Lead for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and has more than 19 years of experience in the enterprise software market. Prior to joining Red Hat, Graham spent 15 years working with IBM middleware, focusing on enterprise integration solutions.

Ian Lawson

Ian Lawson

Principal Domain Solution Architect, Red Hat

Ian, or "Uther," is Principal Domain Solution Architect specializing in developer experience and onboarding for Red Hat OpenShift. Before coming to Red Hat, he was a front-line developer for the government of the United Kingdom. Ian has made it his life-goal to make developers’ lives easier, more productive, and a pleasure, which is why he champions the use of Red Hat OpenShift to anyone who will listen.