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How to Enable Powerful Connectivity Between Edge Sources and Kubernetes Backend


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Sponsored by RED HAT Marketplace

Wednesday, May 5, 2021
1 p.m. ET

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:

  • Deploy KubeMQ’s lightweight server on the edge
  • Communicate between edge and the Kubernetes backend
  • Protect against edge degraded network stability
  • Achieve high availability on the edge
Lior Nabat
CTO - KubeMQ
Lior Nabat is KubeMQ’s technology leader and product architect. As a serial technology entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience in software ventures and product development, he brings cloud-native expertise and hands-on experience. Lior founded Tradency (financial trading technology) 14 years ago and led as the CEO since inception. Previously he held key management positions at DSPG, Alpha Cell and TdSoft. Lior holds B.A in Mathematics and Computer science from the Open University in Tel-Aviv Israel and AMP from the University of Pennsylvania-The Wharton School.

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