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Running Stateful Applications on OpenShift Need a Cloud Native Storage Stack


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Sponsored by RED HAT Marketplace

Wednesday, November 11, 2020
3 p.m. ET

As the adoption of Kubernetes distributions such as OpenShift grows, developers and DevOps teams are expanding the use cases beyond stateless applications to stateful applications in order to drive operational consistency, extend the agility of containerization to data, gain faster collaboration, and simplify the delivery of data services. However, when it comes to provisioning storage for complex stateful applications that span multiple pods and services, careful storage management and day-to-day data management capabilities and expertise are critical requirements.

Join us for this webinar where you will learn:

  • Why there is a need for a simple storage and data management solution for OpenShift
  • How developer-friendly storage can easily be incorporated into CI/CD pipelines
  • How Robin can help you make the leap to leveraging Kubernetes for your complex, stateful applications
Tushar Doshi
Technical Director - Robin.io
As a technical director at Robin.io, Tushar is part of the orchestration team responsible for delivering lifecycle management for enterprise and 5G applications. Tushar's team of seasoned engineers are solving hard problems faced by customers while deploying stateful applications at scale on Kubernetes in production using Robin's Cloud Native Platform.  Before Robin, Tushar was part of Veritas/Symantec and was responsible for HA/DR solutions for virtual machines and apps. Tushar holds the Master of Technology in Computer Science degree from IIT Bombay, India.
Principal Engineer - Robin.io
Madhura Gaunekar works at Robin.io as a Principal Engineer. She works with cross functional teams to deliver a High Quality Product. Her overall knowledge of the product combined with her problem solving abilities and aptitude for ramping up on new technologies has helped her to excel at numerous roles in her 5 years stint at this startup.

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