Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) is popular with many developers because it provides an easy and efficient way to write and deploy new applications.
Many companies building Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications and other next-generation web or mobile applications are already leveraging PaaS platforms like Red Hat® OpenShift.
Taking advantage of PaaS benefits can be challenging and disruptive for traditional enterprises due to existing applications, development platforms, management processes, and their own datacenters.
In this webinar, discover:
- Best practices for enterprises to take advantage of PaaS.
- What kinds of applications work well with PaaS.
- Considerations for how to manage PaaS applications.
- How to implement a private instance of a PaaS using Red Hat solutions.
Dan Juengst, senior product marketing manager, Red Hat
Working in Red Hat's Cloud Business Unit, Dan Juengst is defining the strategy and roadmap for Red Hat's OpenShift cloud computing Platform-as-a-Service offering. Dan brings 20+ years of high tech experience to Red Hat with expertise in grid computing, high-performance computing, and application performance. Dan has worked as both customer and vendor at startups and enterprises. Dan's resume includes Sun Microsystems, SGI, Wily Technology, Terracotta, and Lockheed Martin where he started his career computing hypersonic reacting airflows around Mach 30 flight vehicles. Dan holds a BS in physics from Davidson College and an MS in aerospace engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology.
Joe Fernandes, senior product marketing manager, Red Hat
Joe Fernandes is a senior product marketing manager in Red Hat’s Cloud business unit, responsible for OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service solutions for enterprises. Prior to joining Red Hat, Joe was the director of product management for Application Quality Management solutions at Oracle and served as the director of product management and marketing for Empirix’s web business unit prior to its acquisition by Oracle. Joe has spent the past 15 years helping customers build, test, and manage enterprise applications. He holds a BS in electrical and computer engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and an MBA from Boston College.