Special Webinar Event Fireside Chat: BCDR for Mission-Critical Apps in Kubernetes

Featuring

  • Portworx by Pure Storage
  • IDC
  • Intel®
  • Red Hat
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About This Webinar

As more organizations look to run mission-critical applications on Kubernetes, it’s critical to ensure these applications are highly available and resilient. Join this Fireside Chat with IDC Analyst Johnny Yu to learn about the need for a BCDR strategy that is tailored for Kubernetes workloads. You’ll also hear from experts at Portworx, Red Hat, and Intel as they discuss the real-world impact of BCDR on customers running mission-critical apps in production and the joint solution that has been tailor-made to offer high-performance BCDR for enterprise-scale.

In this Techstrong Learning Experience, you'll learn how Portworx, Red Hat and Intel's solution can help deliver performant and secure container storage, data management and backup and disaster recovery for mission-critical applications running on Kubernete

  1. Mackenzie Putici

    Host Mackenzie Putici Webinar Moderator, ActualTech Media

  2. Chris Crow

    Featuring Chris Crow Sr. Technical Marketing Manager, Portworx by Pure Storage

  3. Johnny Yu

    Featuring Johnny Yu Research Manager, Storage and Computing, IDC

  4. Brian Caddell

    Featuring Brian Caddell Cloud Solution Architect, Intel®

  5. Michael St-Jean

    Featuring Michael St-Jean Global Technical Alliance Executive, Red Hat

Join this webinar to learn more about:

  1. How Portworx, Red Hat and Intel’s joint solution ensures application uptime and protects your data from unexpected disaster
  2. How Portworx delivers comprehensive disaster recovery workflows in concert with Red Hat OpenShift to ensure high fault tolerances for your most critical applications
  3. How you can achieve up to zero RPO and <1 minute RTO disaster recovery for mission-critical applications