Comprehensive API and Service Connectivity Across Kubernetes With Kong and Red Hat


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Organizations around the world are spending a huge amount of time and resources on making Kubernetes work for them, but they frequently run into hidden challenges and difficult decisions around how to build, operate and maintain Kubernetes in production.

Join Christian Heidenreich, Product Manager at Kong, and Sven Walther, Principal Solution Engineer at Kong, to learn about the capabilities and expertise they provide to help customers accelerate their journey with Kubernetes with confidence that they are secure, can scale and have flexibility in the future.

Key takeaways:

  • Understand the benefits, workloads and best practices for OpenShift
  • Learn about the benefits of Kong’s ingress controller
  • View a live demonstration of the Kong and Red Hat joint solution
Natale Vinto
Senior Principal Developer Advocate - OpenShift
Natale Vinto is a Software Engineer with more than 10 years of expertise on IT and ICT technologies and a consolidated background on telecommunications and Linux operating systems. As a Solution Architect with a Java development background, he spent some years as EMEA Specialist Solution Architect for OpenShift at Red Hat. Today, Natale is a Developer Advocate for OpenShift at Red Hat, helping people within communities and customers have success with their Kubernetes and cloud native strategy.
Christian Heidenreich
Product Manager - Kong
Product Manager - Kong
Product Manager - Kong
Product Manager - Kong
Sven Walther
Principal Solutions Engineer - Kong
Principal Solutions Engineer - Kong
Principal Solutions Engineer - Kong
Principal Solutions Engineer - Kong

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