Red Hat X Podcast Series

Red Hat X Podcast Series

Red Hat's software partners discussing topics such as application modernization, cloud-native development, workload security in the cloud and partnering with Red Hat.

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May 7, 2020 15 min

As cloud native becomes the standard for application deployment, IT roles must adapt. Cloud teams are taking ownership for security, as well as application performance and availability. As a result they need tools and processes that support a secure DevOps workflow for Kubernetes and containers in production.
Join Eric Carter, Director of Product Marketing at Sysdig as he discusses how DevOps teams are working to embed security, com...

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NGINX (now a part of F5) is making one of its deepest partnership investments by broadening our integrations with Red Hat solutions. Join Jenn Gile, NGINX alliances product marketer, to hear how Red Hat and NGINX solutions provide secure, scalable, and supported application delivery - no matter where your organization is on the journey from monolithic to microservices.
This partnership spans six products: Red Hat Enterprise Linux, R...

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Enforcing security and compliance requirements in modern cloud-native pipelines can be a challenge. The increased attack surface of container infrastructures makes security even more important, but security and DevOps teams can’t afford to slow the pipeline with manual processes. In this podcast, NeuVector VP of Product Management Glen Kosaka will share best practices for integrating and automating critical security tasks into your...

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Kubernetes is complex, so secure default settings are vital to deploying it safely. The hyper-dynamic nature of containers creates Kubernetes-centric security challenges like increased attack surfaces, explosion of east-west traffic and increasingly complex and ephemeral workloads, making it critical for new Kubernetes users to approach it with caution.

Join Biagio DeSimone, Solutions Architect at Aqua Security, to learn about secur...

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Containers and serverless functions run in highly orchestrated environments that are not predetermined – the same apps could run on different clouds and on-prem. They may run for very short periods of time, scale up and down as needed, and have very dynamic networking needs. In such environments, traditional security simply does not meet the newfound requirements for securing microservice architectures at scale.

Join Matt Garofalo, ...

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Federator.ai uses advanced AI/machine learning technologies to analyze customers’ application workloads on OpenShift and then predict their future workload demands and resources required at different time scales (minutes, hours, days, weeks, etc).  Federator.ai is installed as an Operator on OpenShift, enables OpenShift customers to:

a.  Determine the optimal amount of cloud resources (CPU, GPU, Memory etc) for each of their applica...

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While containers were originally intended to be short-lived, the reality of enterprise data management meant that application data should extend beyond the lifetime of any single container. Data persistence was added to container infrastructures, creating the need for backup mechanisms to protect container data.

Recent implementations of container technology store application data on the same host as the container. If the container ...

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Performance monitoring in a container & microservices world is very different from monitoring a traditional environment. While OpenShift makes it easier to launch and run Kubernetes, the ephemeral nature of Kubernetes-based workflows means you need advanced monitoring at the cluster, node, pod, container, and application levels. 

Join New Relic’s Principal Product Manager, JF Joly as he shares stories about what it really takes ...

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With the explosion of open source usage, distributed applications, and containers, modern development teams are increasingly empowered to own the security of their application.

Join Udi Nachmany, VP Alliances at Snyk, to hear how his company helps organizations use open source and stay secure in these fast-moving environments. This episode will provide context into unique security challenges with third-party code; an overview of tra...

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Kubernetes promises to bring a new scalable architecture to the data center, be it on prem, hosted or in the cloud. This fluidity of application development and hosting from your laptop to the cloud in a consistent protected environment is fueling the rapid uptake of Kubernetes across all computing segments and industries. And yet we are still basically seeing the beginning of the adoption curve. Whenever a technology disruption oc...

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Data is sticky and managing it in this new cloud and mobile world is a challenge. The solutions out there vary widely but there are not many that are truly comprehensive.

Join Matt Ingenthron, Senior Director of Engineering, to hear about how Couchbase enables data management in this era of digital transformation.  Couchbase has been at the forefront of this transition with their Enterprise Class, Multi-Cloud to Edge NoSQL Database....

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F5 has partnered closely with the Red Hat's OpenShift team to enhance and expand container deployments across clusters as well as hybrid cloud platform environments. These efforts have helped to accelerate cluster usage in the multi-cloud environment.

Click here to see what F5 has to offer on the OpenShift Platform. 

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Join us as we discuss trends in the container space with Ilan Robinovitch, VP of Product at Datadog. Kubernetes is gaining popularity for orchestrating containers in the cloud, and it's important to understand how enterprise customers are perceiving the reliability of this platform in a production environment.

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Join us on this episode of the Red Hat X podcast series as we discuss how businesses can use distributed application architecture for building modern, cloud native applications using Lightbend and Red Hat.

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In this podcast, Igor Livshitz, Senior Director of Product at Guardicore talks about how Guardicore secures today’s data centers and how their container certified on OpenShift helps to achieve this.
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In this podcast, Ariful Huq, Director of Product Management at Aporeto discusses their unique approach to decoupling security from IP infrastructure and relying on the identity of an application to define security policies. Cloud native platforms, such as Red Hat OpenShift, enable enterprises to adopt agile development practices with micro-services dramatically improving application deployment velocity – an … Continue reading Apore...
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In this podcast, CEO and Co-Founder Chris Brandon will explain why StorageOS was built, how it works, and how it deliver value to OpenShift customers. Please visit the Red Hat Container Catalog to learn more about the StorageOS node certified container.
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On this podcast, Kamesh Pemmaraju, Vice President of Product Management, introduces ZeroStack, trends he is seeing around DevOps and cloud-native applications, and how does ThreatStack accelerate time to value for OpenShift.
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Join Tj Randall, VP of Customer Success at XebiaLabs, as he discusses today’s enterprise-DevOps landscape, why large organizations need a DevOps platform designed specifically for them, and the core competencies that platform must offer. Mr. Randall will also discuss technical highlights of how the XebiaLabs DevOps Platform for DevOps and Continuous Delivery works, and what … Continue reading XebiaLabs – The 6 core competencies of ...
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Join Ashish Nanotkar, CTO at Yash Solutions, as he introduces their Red Hat certified container – YashOne. YashOne is an AI powered event-trigger based integration platform that integrates all your IT tools into one system and provides GUI, API, CLI and ChatOps access to manage workflows in an automated self healing fashion.
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