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Federator.ai for Optimizing Resource Management on OpenShift


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Sponsored by RED HAT Marketplace

Friday, November 6, 2020
1 p.m. ET

This webinar will discuss the challenging problem of resource and cost management for applications running on OpenShift, ranging from capacity planning to auto-scaling of pods, and why enterprise users often over-provision their cloud resources for performance assurance and thus under-utilize their resources excessively. We will then describe and give a live demo on how Federator.ai, a solution available on Red Hat Marketplace, can address this problem effectively with the use of advanced machine learning technologies. A customer use case from Orange France will be used to describe the benefits and the significant cost savings as a result of using Federator.ai.

Sunny Siu
Co-Founder - ProphetStor



Ming Sheu
EVP Product - ProphetStor



Cody Richard
Global Partner Solutions Architect - Red Hat



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