Last week, we participated in Cloud Field Day 9, where we got to demonstrate some of the capabilities of Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat Advanced Cluster Manager, and the Open Hybrid Cloud. Here are the videos from that event so you can take a gander at what we're up to.
We're doing this again on December 9-11, so be sure to register for that coming online event.
Red Hat OpenShift Hosted and Managed Services
In this session, Andrew Cathrow will cover Red Hat managed services offerings. Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated on AWS, GCP, Azure and IBM Cloud. In addition viewers will learn and see demos how to start on Azure Red Hat Openshift (ARO) and newly announced Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA).
The various OpenShift hosted offerings allow smaller organizations to take advantage of the power of Red hat OpenShift without having to commit to large constantly running Kubernetes footprints, or longer term IT concerns around managing the platform at scale.
That means teams can spend their IT budget on scale instead of knowledge, always a tough decision for smaller teams without large amounts of time to handle all the details.
Managing the Open Hybrid Cloud with Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management
OpenShift provides a consistent surface area for applications regardless of the underlying infrastructure. Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management makes it easy to manage OpenShift everywhere. Clusters can be created, upgraded, scaled and decommissioned as need across public cloud providers, VMware and bare metal or imported and managed from any OpenShift as a Service offering. Clusters within the fleet can easily apply and enforce configuration and governance policies regardless of the cloud provider and deploy and update applications using GitOps. In this demonstration, Michael Elder takes a look at each of these features and scale out our app over three cloud regions, 2 cloud providers and 2 continents. We’ll even leverage Ansible to make sure our change process in ServiceNOW is followed. All in about 25 minutes.
Stu's Cloud Journey to Red Hat
The importance of cloud is not as a place or a destination, rather it is the changes in architecture and organization that must be taken to leverage the innovation and agility of modern environments. Hear how Stu Miniman's journey as an analyst and host of thousands of video interviews led to a decision to join Red Hat.