Move Faster: Creating, Modifying, and Rapidly Deploying Applications
Air Date & Time
Thursday, March 29, 2018 2:00 PM
Red Hat® OpenShift Container Platform helps application development and IT operations teams modernize applications, deliver new services, and accelerate development processes. You can create, modify, and rapidly deploy apps on demand in the programming languages you want—and automate the entire process. Multiple deployment models let you easily and quickly build, develop, deploy, and manage in nearly any public or private infrastructure.
By harnessing the power of Red Hat® OpenShift and Intel Xeon processors, organizations can deliver greater workload densities and vastly improve efficiency, free up resources, and cut costs—without sacrificing performance, security, and existing investments—while managing both the guest and host systems, allowing management of workloads and infrastructure within the same system.
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Attendees of This Webinar Will Learn About:
- How to increase flexibility with the right tools and a self-service, on-demand application stack
- Why managing apps across their life cycle and across any environment improves workflows
- How to automatically scale and configure multiple applications in response to web traffic
- How to eliminate barriers while lowering operational costs
Srinivas "CJ" Coimbatore
DevOps Practice Lead, Levvel
Srinivas “CJ” Coimbatore has over two decades of experience in diverse disciplines such as sales, marketing, software development, architecture and delivery, and has worked with teams in all of the major geographies. He is an effective change agent and is very interested in collaborating with teams that are involved in transforming their process through DevOps. In his spare time, he follows Formula 1 racing teams, rides his motorcycle, and—along with his friends—helps raise money for children with health challenges and for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, Make-a-Wish Foundation, and Angels Among Us. He hopes to eventually spend more time teaching math and science to children.