Save the date for Red Hat Openshift User Lunch – Orange County Meetup featuring: Christopher Liljenstolpe, CTO of Solutions for Tigera, Friday, March 22nd!
2957 Michelson Dr · Irvine, CA
Friday, March 22, 2019
12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Securing hybrid and multi-cloud environments
So, you started with a k8s cloud on-prem, then were asked to stand up one (or more) in public cloud environments. Now, someone’s asking how you’re going to secure workloads and guarantee compliance, no matter where they are deployed. What’s a DevOps team to do?
Lunch is served at 12 p.m.
Content will begin around 12:30 p.m.
We will be wrapped up and done by 1:30 p.m.
Important to know – valet is free! You don’t have to search for parking.
About Christopher Liljenstolpe, CTO of Solutions for Tigera
Christopher is the original architect of Project Calico and has helped define the future of networking for containers and services. Using his extensive practical experience designing and operating global-scale networks and enterprise cloud architectures, Christopher works closely with Tigera’s customers and the open community to drive the delivery of secure, simple and scalable application connectivity for the cloud native era.
About Red Hat Orange County:
This group is focused on bringing together the Orange county Red Hat User Community for business and technical presentations, conversations and perhaps some food and drink. Membership is open to Red Hat customers, partners and people interested in Red Hat technologies. Some of the Red Hat products are: Red Hat Enterprise Linux, OpenStack, Storage (Ceph, GlusterFS), Virtualization (ovirt, kvm), CloudForms, FeedHenry (Node.js, Apache Cordova), JBoss Fuse (Apache Camel, Fabric8), JBoss BPM (jBPM), JBoss Data Virtualization (Teiid), JBoss EAP (Wildfly), JBoss JWS (Apache Tomcat), JBoss Data Grid (Infinispan), JBoss A-MQ (Apache ActiveMQ), JBoss BRMS (Drools), OpenShift (Jenkins, Git, Kubernetes, Docker, OpenVSwitch, RHEL, RHEL Atomic).