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Join Us for a Red Hat OpenShift on AWS Webinar

Red Hat OpenShift on AWS Webinar

Digital transformation requires flexibility and efficiency along with confidence in the security, governance, and support structures of your public cloud strategy.

Whether migrating legacy applications, modernizing apps via cloud-native development, or embracing container orchestration, AWS and Red Hat provide the platforms, services, and support required for trusted transformation at scale.

Join us for a Red Hat OpenShift on AWS webinar where experts from Perficient, Red Hat, and AWS will show you how to build a modern, event-driven application in the cloud. Learn how to embrace containers with OpenShift so you can start to modernize!

We’ll cover key topics to quickly get you started like:

  • AMQ Streams
  • Operators
  • Creating dashboards with out-of-the-box components


The Red Hat OpenShift on AWS webinar is hosted in collaboration with 3 experts from Perficient, AWS, and Red Hat.

Matthieu Rethers is a Senior Solutions Architect at Perficient. He has over 14 years’ experience providing best-in-class cloud and digital transformation solutions with an emphasis on Java technologies.

Ryan Niksch is a Partner Solutions Architect at AWS focusing on application platforms, hybrid application solutions, and modernization. He has worn many hats in his life and has a passion for tinkering and a desire to leave everything he touches a little better than when he found it.

Brian Gracely is a Senior Director Product Strategy at Red Hat. His expertise lies in taking complex new technologies, figuring out future business opportunities, and connecting the dots across the industry to simplify it and explain it across organizations.

Register Today

You don’t want to miss this webinar! Join us on Wednesday, May 20, 2020, from 12:00 – 1:00 pm CT. Register here!

Can’t join the webinar live? No worries! You can still sign up and we’ll deliver the webinar straight to your inbox.

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