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Best Practices for Cloud Native Application Delivery With Citrix and Red Hat


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Sponsored by RED HAT Marketplace

Thursday, May 20, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Cloud native technologies promise to speed up and scale application innovation across public, private, and hybrid clouds.  But that promise is being offset by the inconsistencies of multi-cloud migration and operation.

How can dozens of mission-critical applications be modernized and migrated easily?  How can you bring repeatability to security policies, orchestration approaches, and configurations?

Join Citrix and Red Hat as we discuss how to: 

  • Accelerate app delivery using CI/CD and Operators enabling faster release to market
  • Improve availability of apps across Red Hat OpenShift clusters with automated configuration
  • Protect your apps with Citrix API Security functions
  • Achieve consistent observability from Day 1 and 2 including troubleshooting, resource utilization, and anomaly detection 
Pushkar Patil
Principal Product Manager - Citrix
Pushkar Patil is principal product manager for App modernization and cloud native initiative at Citrix, and he is responsible for leading Citrix’s App delivery and Security product, including product development and go-to-market strategy. In this role, Pushkar has helped to solidify Citrix’s footprint in enterprise Kubernetes application delivery and security. Prior to joining Citrix, he worked in many successful startups and global fortune 500 companies like IBM and VMware in product management roles for Cloud, Containers/PaaS, and Data Center Networking and Security.
Jacob Gay
Sr. Solution Architect - Red Hat
Jacob is a solution architect with expertise in system architecture design, infrastructure operations, cloud computing, cyber security, and IT modernization strategy. Over the past 5 years, Jacob has been focused on enabling cloud strategy initiatives across public and private sectors.

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