Comprehensive API and Service Connectivity Across Kubernetes with Kong and Red Hat


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Tuesday, August 31, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Organizations around the world are spending a huge amount of time and resources on making Kubernetes work for them, but they frequently run into hidden challenges and difficult decisions around how to build, operate and maintain Kubernetes in production.

Join Reza Shafii, VP of Products, Kong, Fel Santiago, VP Solution Engineering, Kong, and Stu Miniman, Director of Market Insights, Red Hat, to learn about the capabilities and expertise they provide to help customers accelerate their journey with Kubernetes while being confident that they are secure, can scale and have flexibility in the future.

Key takeaways:

  • Understand the benefits, workloads and best practices for OpenShift
  • Learn about the benefits of Kong’s Ingress Controller
  • View a live demonstration of the Kong and Red Hat joint solution
Reza Shafii
VP of Products - Kong
Reza Shafii is a seasoned product executive in the infrastructure and middleware space. His early career was as a software engineer at Nortel Networks as well as a technical consultant at BEA Systems. During this time, Reza fell in love with Product Management and has since led Product at a number of successful enterprises, including the first Product Management hire at MuleSoft, VP of product at CoreOS, and through acquisition, GM and VP of platform services for OpenShift at Red Hat.
Stu Miniman
Director of Market Insights - Red Hat
Stu Miniman is Director of Market Insights on the Red Hat cloud platforms team. Prior to joining Red Hat, Stu spent a decade as an analyst and host of theCUBE where he wrote about and interviewed thousands of industry leaders about the intersection of business and enterprise tech. Stu has an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from Cornell University, and an MBA from Bryant University.

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