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Persistent Storage for the Cloud Native Enterprises With Red Hat OpenShift and StorageOS


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Sponsored by RED HAT Marketplace

Tuesday, March 23, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Enterprises are rapidly moving to containers to develop and run applications. Red Hat OpenShift is a comprehensive enterprise-grade application platform powered by Kubernetes, providing a self-service platform with automated deployment, scaling, healing, and connectivity.

Every application needs to store state, but traditional enterprise storage is inflexible, expensive, hard to manage and automate.

Join us to:

  • Identify the principles of cloud native storage and how StorageOS and OpenShift enable organizations to build anything as a service using a declarative interface.
  • See how Tier 1 banks run trading platforms in Kubernetes with StorageOS.
  • Learn how StorageOS is enabling development platforms to run CI/CD as a service.
Alex Chircop
Founder and CEO - StorageOS
Alex is the Founder and CEO of StorageOS, building software defined storage solutions for cloud native environments. Alex is also a co-chair of the CNCF Storage SIG. Before embarking on the start-up adventure he spent over 25 years engineering infrastructure platforms for companies like Nomura and Goldman Sachs.

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