How to build cloud-native applications for Red Hatís OpenShift Container Platform
Date / Time: Tuesday, October 27, 2020, 11:00 a.m New York./3:00 p.m.London
Are you ready to bring Cloud Native Functions to market? Red Hat is here to help. As you know, moving existing on-premise applications to the cloud while creating cloud-native applications quickly and efficiently is a challenge. Youíll also need to understand how to integrate a set of disaggregated network functions into operational solutions. Where do you start?
Together, letís take advantage of industry learnings and best practices from Virtualized Network Functions (VNFs) and approach our cloud-native goals the same way. Understanding the details on reintegration of CNFs is critical. Give yourself a head start by embracing the innovation and flexibility that can be gained from a common infrastructure platform.
In this session we will cover why container network function certification is foundational to successfully building industry leading and production ready CNFs. Join us to learn more about:
The role of CNFs and why certification is important
The role of integrated solutions and why careful curation is important
What it takes to onboard and how Red Hat can support your application
Key customer considerations and common struggles
Roz Roseboro, Contributing Analyst, Heavy Reading | bioTom Nadeau, Director NFV, Red Hat | bio
Roz has nearly 20 years' experience in market research, marketing and product management. She focuses on how innovation and change are impacting the compute, network and storage infrastructure domains, with particular emphasis on trends such as virtualization, componentization and convergence. Roz joined Heavy Reading following eight years at OSS Observer and Analysys Mason, where she most recently managed its Middle East and Africa regional program, and prior to that, its Infrastructure Solutions and Communications Service Provider programs.
She spent five years at RHK, where she ran the Switching and Routing and Business Communication Services programs. Prior to becoming an analyst, she worked at Motorola on IT product development and radio and mobile phone product management. Roz holds a BA in English from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and an MBA in marketing, management, and international business from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. She is based in Chicago.
Tom is Technical Director for NFV at Red Hat where he leads a team of engineers focusing on the many areas of Open Source Networking including SDN, NFV, data plane acceleration, and container networking efforts. In addition, Tom leads the NFV Partner Engineering team which is focused on supporting Red Hatís Telco/SP customers. Tom works across Red Hatís products and business to strengthen and sure up its networking technologies around these products by working on M&A, partner and company strategy. He serves on the Linux Foundation Edge Board and Networking Technical Advisory Council (TAC), and has previously held similar roles in the OPNFV and OpenDaylight projects. Tom is an Apache Software Foundation Committer and is co-Maintainer of The Public Yang Repository on GitHub. Prior to Red Hat, Tom was a Distinguished Engineer at Brocade where he was the Chief Architect of Open Source in the Software Business Unit. Tom lead teams responsible for building commercial products based on open source, including the Brocade SDN Controller (BSC) which at the time was the widest commercial distribution of OpenDaylight. He has made numerous contributions to upstream open source projects such as OpenDaylight, OPNFV, and OpenStack.
Thomas Sennhauser is Chief Technologist and Business Lead for APJ for Networking and communication business based in Singapore. He is responsible to support service providers, network equipment providers and partners in their transformation journey with a focus on Intelís initiatives related to communications network transformation and 5G wireless technology. Thomas holds Bachelor of Science in Electronic and Software Development from Juventus Zurich and Master of Business Administration from University of St. Gallen Switzerland.
Timo Jokiaho is Chief Technologist, Global Telco Ecosystem at Red Hat, focusing on network functions virtualisation (NFV) with Cloud Platforms (virtualization & containers). He works with service providers, network equipment providers, system integrators and independent software vendors to progress the NFV agenda in the industry.
Francois is a Senior Solutions Architect in the Red Hatís Telco Technology Office and collaborates with telecom service providers and partners across EMEA. Passionate about security, Francois leads the NFV security domain and is the Red Hatís technical interface to the National Cybersecurity Agency of France (ANSSI). Before Red Hat, he spent more than 15 years contributing to network evolution especially towards cloud platforms.
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