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Protect your OpenShift Apps with NetApp Astra Control and ONTAP

21/09/2021, 10am PT

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Kubernetes is hard. Running your data rich applications on Kubernetes platform does not make it any easier. One of the key challenges with cloud native applications is data management. NetApp ONTAP storage systems can deliver an end-to-end data management solution for Red Hat OpenShift clusters, designed to protect your cloud native applications, especially those with complex latency and scalability requirements.

Join NetApp's Gunna Marripudi and Red Hat's Andrew Sullivan as they discuss:

  • How to provision data volumes for Kubernetes with NetApp ONTAP systems
  • How to protect applications and data on Red Hat OpenShift clusters in public and private clouds using Astra Control
  • How to automate data management operations across Red Hat OpenShift clusters
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Speakers

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Andrew Sullivan

Senior Principal Technical Marketing Manager, Red Hat Cloud Platforms Business Unit
Email: ansulliv@redhat.com or andrew.sullivan@redhat.com

Andrew is Senior Principal Technical Marketing Manager for Cloud Platforms at Red Hat. He focuses on Red Hat OpenShift, virtualization, and modernizing infrastructure management for today’s applications. Andrew has worked in the IT industry for more than 15 years and has a rich history of database development, infrastructure architecture, and containers.

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Gunna Marripudi

Senior Director, Product Management, NetApp
Email: gunna.marripudi@netapp.com

Gunna leads the Product Management of Astra products for on-premises deployments and is on a mission to deliver simplified Kubernetes data management. In addition to Kubernetes, his professional interests include distributed storage software and unstructured data analytics. Gunna holds a Masters in CS and MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management.

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