Kubernetes Lessons From the Trenches: A Panel Discussion

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The CNCF recently reported a record number of organizations using or evaluating Kubernetes as the technology goes mainstream. However, operating Kubernetes with production-grade automation, security, visibility and governance capabilities can be a daunting task for enterprises. Join Rafay’s CEO Haseeb Budhani along with Adnan Khan, enterprise architect at MoneyGram International and Bruce Blaho, HP fellow, VP and chief technologist at HP as they discuss lessons learned from managing Kubernetes in the real world. Attend this webinar to hear:

  • Lessons learned from operating K8s in enterprise environments
  • How to add automation, security, visibility and governance to K8s
  • Top pitfalls to avoid when deploying K8s in production
Haseeb Budhani
CEO and Co-Founder - Rafay Systems
Haseeb Budhani is the CEO and co-founder of Rafay Systems. Prior to Rafay, Haseeb spent a year at Akamai Technologies as the company's Vice President of Enterprise Strategy. Akamai acquired Haseeb's previous company, Soha Systems, in October 2016. Haseeb co-founded Soha in the second half of 2013 and served as the company's CEO. Prior to Soha, Haseeb served as the Chief Product Officer for Infineta Systems, where he was responsible for overseeing all aspects of the company's product marketing, marketing communications and partner management activities. Prior to Infineta, Haseeb served as Vice President for NET's Broadband Technology Group, spearheading the group's product marketing, program management and business development functions. Previously, Haseeb held senior product management, marketing and engineering roles at Personal IT, Citrix Systems, Orbital Data, IP Infusion and Oblix. Haseeb holds an MBA from UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California.
Bruce Blaho
HP Fellow & VP Chief Technologist, Advanced Compute & Solutions - HP
Bruce is an HP Fellow and Chief Technologist for the Advanced Compute & Solutions Business in HP Inc. His focus is on innovation and the development of new growth opportunities. His work at HP has earned the company a technical Oscar and an engineering Emmy. His current areas of interest are hybrid Edge/Cloud Computing, Data Science and AI.
Adnan Khan
Enterprise Architect - MoneyGram International
Adnan has 15+ years of experience leading key growth initiatives in the financial services and retail industries at companies including Best Buy, Select Comfort and MoneyGram. Adnan has three Linux Foundation certifications including CKA, CKAD and CKS and is currently employed at MoneyGram international as an Enterprise Architect where he is leading MoneyGram’s migration to Kubernetes on public cloud.
 

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