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Top 5 Enterprise Must-Haves for Kubernetes DevOps in 2020


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Sponsored by Red hat & turbonomic

Wednesday, January 29
1pm EST

In 2020, DevOps—an approach ten years in the making—is finding its calling with the rapid adoption of cloud native and Kubernetes. Application modernization compels organizations to break down silos in the name of increased throughput, business agility, and speed to market.
But with a decade of learning, what are today’s key ingredients for success?

Join us on Wednesday, January 29th as Turbonomic and Red Hat discuss the top 5 must-haves for a successful Kubernetes DevOps initiative. We’ll examine trends in roles and technologies, providing you with concrete next steps to accelerate DevOps in your organization.

Eva Tuczai
Advanced Solutions Product Management; Engagement Manager - Turbonomic
Whether you are on-premises, in the cloud, hyrbid, or considering emerging technologies, Turbonomic has been helping more than 1600 customers save time, money and quality with Control during Run, Build, Plan and Deployment of your Workload. With more than 15 years in IT Service Management has spanned Application Performance Management, Virtualization Optimization, and Enterprise Grade Continuous Quality in Mobile Application Strategies, Eva brings thought leadership on strategies to solve problems that impacts business.
Monitoring & Management Solutions: Mobile / Digital Applications, Virtualization, J2EE, J2EE/Portal, Java Runtimes, SOA Runtime Governance, MQ/MB/ESB WebSphere solutions.
Asena Hertz
Product Marketing Director - Turbonomic
As the Cloud Native Technical Evangelist at Turbonomic, Asena Hertz brings more than a decade of experience in disruptive technologies spanning workload automation, energy and resource analytics, developer tools, and more. Asena is passionate about the long-term impact and role that cloud native architectures and distributed systems will have on the future of IT and the way businesses bring new ideas to market.
Dan Juengst
Sr. Principle Technology Evangelist - Red Hat
Dan Juengst is Sr. Principal Technology Evangelist at Red Hat.  Dan has 20+ years of high tech experience in areas such as DevOps, cloud computing, Platform as a Service, application performance, grid computing, and high performance computingDan has held senior technical positions at CloudBees, CA Technologies, Sun Microsystems, SGI, and Wily Technology. His roots in technology originated in the Aerospace industry where he leveraged high performance compute grids to design rockets.


What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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