This webinar is the latest session in the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization webinar series.
Virtualization technology has matured significantly in the last 5 years. Many organizations are now considering virtualization mission critical/tier1 applications, or have already done so.
What is often overlooked when virtualization tier1 applications is how to integrate application delivery into the virtualization platform. Application delivery is very important, especially for tier1 applications, because it:
- Increases your application availability.
- Improves your application response times.
- Allows you to find out about application performance issue before they happen.
Join this webinar to learn how you can build application delivery solutions directly into Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization. Dr. Gilad Zlotkin, vice president of Virtualization and Management at Radware, talks about the challenges of application delivery in a virtualized environment and how these can be solved.
Geert Jansen, Senior product marketing manager, Red Hat Enterprise
Geert is responsible for the ISV and partner ecosystem of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization. Prior to joining Red Hat, Geert spent 5 years at Royal Dutch Shell in various technical and management positions. Prior to Shell, Geert worked as a software engineer in an Internet search-engine company. Geert received his M.Sc. in applied physics at the Eindhoven University of Technology in 2001.
Gilad Zlotkin, Vice president, Virtualization and Management, Radware
Dr. Gilad Zlotkin is responsible for leading Radware’s Virtual Application Delivery Infrastructure (VADI) strategy, product development, roadmap, and management solutions. Gilad's experience in cloud service delivery, virtualization operations management, network management, and distributed systems has contributed to the development of Radware's VADI strategy and to the vDirect management solution for cloud integration. Prior to joining Radware, he was the founder and CEO of Xeround Systems, a leading cloud database service provider. Gilad was also founder or was part of the funding management team in 4 other start-up companies: One became public (Nasdaq:RDVW), and 2 where acquired by industry leaders (Cisco Systems and Genesys/Alcatel). He was also the founding manager of the Cisco Systems Software Development Center in Israel. Dr. Zlotkin is a former research fellow at MIT, holds a BS in mathematics and computer science, an MS in computer science, and a Ph.D. in computer science from Hebrew University in Jerusalem.