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Databases on Kubernetes - Enabling Innovative Apps from the Data Center to the Edge


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Sponsored by RED HAT

Tuesday, September 28, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Containerizing databases provides immense scalability and agility, allowing businesses to build innovative cloud-native applications. These applications can be built on-premises, on a public cloud or at the edge. Edge computing also helps businesses become more proactive and dynamic by placing applications and processing power closer to the devices and sensors that create or consume data. This enables them to gather, analyze and turn large dataflows into actionable insights, faster.

Join Jonathan S. Katz from Crunchy Data and Jehlum Pandit from Red Hat to discuss use cases and architectures for building cloud-native applications with containerized databases and provide flexibility to manage data in a hybrid cloud or at the edge.

Key takeaways:

  • Use cases and examples of leveraging cloud-native applications with containerized databases
  • Understand how deploying Red Hat AMQ Streams and Crunchy PostgreSQL with Operators on Red Hat OpenShift enables edge computing
  • Learn how implementing cloud-native data analytics solutions for multiple use cases across hybrid cloud environments delivers flexibility
Jonathan S. Katz
Vice President of Platform Engineering - Crunchy Data
Jonathan S. Katz is the Vice President of Platform Engineering at Crunchy Data, responsible for products that include the open source Crunchy Postgres Operator. Jonathan is also a Core Team Member of the PostgreSQL Project, responsible for advocacy, release and governance efforts and is Secretary and a board member for the nonprofit PostgreSQL Community Association of Canada.
Prior to Crunchy Data, Jonathan was CTO at VenueBook, and before that, VP of Technology at Paperless Post. At both companies Jonathan developed robust platforms using PostgreSQL, taking advantage of its many features, from complex data types to its ability to stream logical changes. Jonathan graduated from Tufts University with a B.S. in Computer Science and a B.A. in Mathematics.
Jehlum Vitasta Pandit
Product Marketing Manager - Red Hat
Jehlum is a Product Marketing Manager focused on data workloads, Operators and Helm charts for Red Hat OpenShift. She focuses on databases and data analytics to develop value for customers, in conjunction with Red Hat’s ecosystem partners. Jehlum is a graduate of Dartmouth College with a Master’s in Engineering Management.

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