Early last year, Red Hat and Amazon partnered to make Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) available on the Amazon Cloud on a pay-as-you-go basis. Red Hat has now partnered with BitNami to expand its cloud offerings by providing a catalog of RHEL based Amazon Cloud images for popular open source applications. These new RHEL based cloud images, called Amazon Machine Images (AMIs), are available at the same hourly price as the base RHEL images and enable developers to deploy applications such as Drupal, Wordpress, SugarCRM, Alfresco and many others to the cloud in minutes.
By attending this webinar, you will learn how other enterprise developers are using these ready-to-run application stacks to save time and gain flexibility by running Red Hat Enterprise Linux in the cloud.
Vijay Sarathy, Director ISV ecosystem, Red Hat
In his current role at Red Hat, Vijay is responsible for helping define and drive the ISV and partner ecosystem strategy for Red Hat's Cloud business unit. Prior to joining Red Hat, Vijay was vice president of product management at Jamcracker where he helped drive the company's cloud services broker platform and vision to facilitate the distribution of cloud services through channels and partners. Before Jamcracker, Vijay spent over 11 years at Sun Microsystems where he left as senior director of marketing where he was responsible for Sun's overall virtualization and datacenter management software portfolio.
Erica Brescia, CEO, BitNami
Erica is the chief executive officer of BitRock and has been a key driver of BitRock and BitNami's vision and strategy. Prior to joining BitRock, Erica managed multiple sales teams for T-Mobile and served as a liaison to the mobile enthusiast community. Before joining T-Mobile, she held positions as an analyst at Oakwood Worldwide and as a consultant with Chekiang First Bank in Hong Kong, where she helped to plan the launch of the banks internet banking service. Erica has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California.