We are now, simply, Redis
Today more and more DevOps teams are using container application platforms like Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift to standardize application packaging, agile development methods, and hybrid cloud infrastructure.
This helps organizations develop cloud-native applications faster and drive business innovation. Red Hat and Redis have partnered to deliver a certified pre-built and packaged solution to run Redis Enterprise as a stateful service on OpenShift. To support teams building with Kubernetes and OpenShift, we built a Kubernetes Operator. With the Redis Enterprise Operator you can manage the the lifecycle of your Redis deployments in your Kubernetes cluster. This integration offers an efficient and highly scalable persistent Redis Enterprise database for cloud-native applications and services.
By the end of the talk you will have a better understanding of how Redis Enterprise can run in your Kubernetes and OpenShift cluster. This session also includes a live demo and Q&A portion during which you are encouraged to ask questions.
|When:||March 29, 2019 | 11:00 am|
|Featured Speaker:||Rob Szumski, Principal Product Manager at Red Hat|
Adi Foulger, Principal Architect, Redis
|Audience:||Developers | Architects|
Priya is currently the Sr. Director of Product and Partner Marketing at Redis. In this role, Priya focuses on go-to-market strategy and programs and engages with customers, industry analysts, strategic and channel partners on a regular basis. As a 18+ year veteran in the enterprise software market, Priya most recently lead the marketing for the IT Management solutions at Splunk for over 6 years and has held various marketing, IT and technical roles with Splunk, HP Software and Mercury Interactive. She has a Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in computer science, mathematics and statistics and resides in San Francisco, California.
Adi Foulger is Principal Architect for Redis. Coming from a decade of software development, innovation work, and database engineering, Adi leads Redis’ platform integration initiatives around offerings such as PCF and Kubernetes.