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Deliver Your Kubernetes Applications as-a-Service


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by RED HAT marketplace

Wednesday, September 8, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Enterprise software's cloud-native journey involves three phases. The first phase is to containerize the software stack. Then, it is packaged to run on Kubernetes by developing either a Helm chart or an operator. And finally, it is delivered as-a-service (aaS). This last phase of delivering your application via a SaaS model helps you realize the software's true potential by significantly simplifying its consumption. Your customers don't have to worry about managing your software whether it is running on-premises, at the edge or on any cloud.

CloudARK has been helping organizations from small ISVs to enterprise platform teams in global organizations accelerate their cloud-native SaaS journey with KubePlus SaaS Manager.  KubePlus helps accelerate your SaaS journey by offering ready-to-use building blocks like provider and consumer APIs, multi-tenancy and consumption metering. This webinar discusses how you can build your hybrid multi-cloud SaaS strategy and operations with KubePlus and Red Hat OpenShift.

Devdatta Kulkarni
Founder - CloudARK
Devdatta is the founder of CloudARK. Prior to founding CloudARK, Devdatta worked at Rackspace where he led the team that built PaaS for OpenStack. He has earned PhD in Computer Science (Distributed Systems) from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Besides CloudARK, Devdatta currently teaches courses on Cloud Computing and Modern Web Applications in the Computer Science department at the University of Texas at Austin.

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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