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Multicloud Object Storage on Kubernetes With MinIO and Red Hat OpenShift


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Modern, cloud-native enterprises rely on Kubernetes as the foundation of their multi-cloud strategy. Multi-cloud deployments leverage public cloud resources from more than one cloud provider and are typically combined with private cloud and on-premises solutions. Multi-cloud is rapidly becoming the deployment method of choice because it decreases vendor lock-in and reduces costs while still allowing enterprises to enjoy provider-specific tools, applications and other benefits.

Kubernetes enables enterprises to centralize management and increase operational efficiency as they deploy large-scale workloads and the storage that backs them across multiple clouds. Because it can ensure consistency across environments, Kubernetes is the engine for storage simplicity, scalability and security across multi-cloud deployments.

In this webinar, the audience will learn how to turn multi-cloud strategy into reality with the combination of OpenShift, MinIO and the clouds of your choice. You’ll see how the MinIO operator automates all the essential steps of enabling object storage in your Kubernetes clusters and clouds including deployment, authentication, observability, encryption and more.

We will discuss best practices for multi-cloud object storage architecture, management and integrations with identity and monitoring services. In a live demo, we’ll show you how to create and control flexible object storage infrastructure that runs anywhereon OpenShift and on the public cloud, private cloud and edge. Give your DevOps team Kubernetes-native, performant, consistent MinIO object storage wherever they need it.

Ugur Tigli
Ugur Tigli is CTO at MinIO. In his current role, Ugur oversees enterprise strategy and interfaces with MinIO’s enterprise client base. He helps them architect and deploy API-driven, cloud native and scalable enterprise-grade data infrastructure using MinIO. Ugur has almost two decades of experience building high performance data infrastructure for global financial institutions. Prior to MinIO, he was a technology leader at Bank of America, where he served as the Senior Vice President, Global Head of Hardware Engineering. Ugur joined BofA through the acquisition of Merrill Lynch where he was the Vice President for Storage Engineering. Ugur has a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Lafayette College.
Daniel Valdivia
Engineer - MinIO
Daniel Valdivia is an engineer with MinIO where he focuses on Kubernetes, ML/AI and VMware. Prior to joining MinIO, Daniel was the Head of Machine Learning for Espressive. Daniel has held senior application development roles with ServiceNow, Oracle and Freescale. Daniel holds a Bachelor of Engineering from Tecnológico de Monterrey, Campus Guadalajara and Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey.
Dan Kirsch
Managing Director & Co-Founder - Techstrong Research
Daniel (Dan) Kirsch, Managing Director and Co-Founder of Techstrong Research is a consultant, IT industry analyst, and thought leader focused on how emerging technologies such as AI, machine learning, and advanced analytics are impacting businesses. Dan is particularly interested in how businesses use these emerging technologies to alter their approaches to information security, governance, risk, and ethics. Dan provides advisory services directly to leadership at technology vendors that design and deliver security solutions to the market. He assists them in aligning their solutions with enterprise requirements. Dan is viewed as an expert in understanding security solutions and mapping them to the complex needs of business across industries.

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