Bringing Database as a Service to OpenShift

Red Hat - 150 Mathilda Pl Suite 500 Sunnyvale - View Map Milpitas
Tue, Jul 16, 2019, 6:00 PM (PDT)

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Enterprises turn to containers to modernize their applications and typically select Red Hat OpenShift as their Kubernetes based Enterprise grade Container Platform. Robin.io brings enterprise-grade stateful apps like Postgres, MySQL, Elastic, Splunk, Cloudera, SAP HANA, Oracle RAC etc to Red Hat OpenShift. Robin.io's solution, at its core, includes an enterprise-grade Kubernetes native storage. But instead of focusing on just storage, Robin.io elevates the experience to applications, making traditional storage-centric constructs such as data protection, security, governance, and portability accessible to any user of stateful apps.

Robin.io is uniquely positioned to do this because we have architected a storage and data management stack from the ground up for Kubernetes and made it application-aware. Application-awareness allows Robin.io to radically simplify day-2 operations such as taking local and remote backups, cloning databases from production to run test/dev workflows, perform upgrade validation without risking the integrity of production apps and also deliver predictable performance SLAs to mission-critical apps. A built-in git-like workflow makes applications with its data become portable across clouds and Kubernetes clusters.

In this session, you will learn

What is Robin.io?
Why Robin.io for OpenShift?
Live Demo: Running Database as a Service on OpenShift
About the Speaker: Ravikumar Alluboyina, currently working at Robin.io as Senior Architect. Primarily responsible for enabling stateful application on Kubernetes platform. Prior to Robin, Ravi was at Veritas/Symantec working on distributed storage and server management product.

When

Tuesday, Jul 16
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PDT)

Where

Red Hat
150 Mathilda Pl Suite 500 Sunnyvale