As Kubernetes has become the de-facto standard for deploying container-based workloads, it has introduced features to allow clusters to exist across multiple clouds, and even run on edge computing devices.
However, Kubernetes is a platform for deploying applications and isn’t inherently aware of location, or architectural distribution. Leaving the development teams to handle the complexity of building a connected, stable, and reliable data transfer from the edge to the backend. This is where a Messaging Platform abstraction layer comes into play.
Join us to learn how to build a powerful connectivity between edge sources and the Kubernetes backend, Red Hat OpenShift™, including how to: