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Messaging Connectivity in Hybrid Kubernetes Cloud Environments


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Sponsored by RED HAT Marketplace

Wednesday, November 4, 2020
1 p.m. ET

Managing messaging connectivity across applications and data efficiently is a critical component of any hybrid cloud strategy. Whether connecting applications from multiple Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers, moving parts of applications to microservices or integrating Kubernetes-based solutions with legacy applications, connectivity is key to ensuring the components of the hybrid ecosystem work together quickly and reliably.

A modern messaging platform should provide complete hybrid infrastructure transparency and support integration at the microservices level. When building an advanced Kubernetes-based technology solution in a hybrid environment, parts of the microservices are deployed in one environment while the rest are deployed in another environment to create a unified solution that takes advantage of the best of both worlds.

In this webinar, we’ll discuss:

  • Key enterprise considerations when building a Kubernetes-based solution in a hybrid environment on the OpenShift platform
  • How you can use the KubeMQ platform to enable microservices from multiple environments to communicate with each other
  • An example from one of our financial services customers
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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