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Running Stateful Apps Across Hybrid Cloud Environments


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Sponsored by DIAMANTI

Thursday, March 18, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Gartner predicts that by 2022, more than 75% of global organizations will be running containerized applications in production. Containers and Kubernetes have helped to democratize infrastructure, making it possible to run the same containerized application on any cloud platform or on-premises.

However, a true hybrid cloud means being able to freely move both applications and data so that any type of application - either stateless or stateful - can operate anywhere. Diamanti is solving the challenge of container-based hybrid clouds with the best enterprise-grade platform for managing Kubernetes applications and data at scale with a global management plane "Diamanti Spektra" and hybrid data plane "Diamanti Ultima".

Join us as we discuss the key benefits of the Diamanti Kubernetes platform and more specifical Diamanti Ultima data plane for running cloud native applications across hybrid cloud environments. This webinar is designed for technology professionals who are looking for turnkey solutions that are efficient, simple and cost effective on-premises and in the cloud.

Key topics covered:

  • The major trends in the market that are increasing the urgency around microservices and containerized applications
  • A hybrid cloud offering that enables enterprises to rapidly adopt and expand Kubernetes
  • Real world examples and third-party validated results
Arvind Gupta
Solution Architect - Diamanti
Arvind Gupta is a cloud native expert, problem solver, and evangelist with a passion for learning and teaching new technologies. Arvind has worked in various technical roles across a range of computer disciplines. Starting his career in software testing, Arvind spent a few years in the ASIC industry with Redback Networks followed by Ericsson where he built advanced networking chips. He joined Diamanti in October 2015 and was instrumental in bringing Diamanti's hardware platform to production before assuming responsibilities in solutions and marketing. With the knowledge and understanding of the full stack of computing, down from low-level hardware to the application layer, he is helping customers and communities to overcome the modern challenges of the cloud native world using containers and Kubernetes. He is a Certified Kubernetes Administrator with knowledge in architecting a wide array of cloud native technologies including micro-services, DevOps, databases, monitoring, logging, load-balancing, AI/ML and big data. Arvind holds his MS degree from Purdue University.

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