EDB Lunch & Learn
EDB & Kangaroot like to invite you to a Lunch & Learn session: Containerised Databases and Modern Applications with EDB and Red Hat OpenShift partnership
|09:00 - 09:30
|09:30 - 10:45
|EDB // Do it the CloudNative Way, also your Database!
|10:45 - 11:15
|11:15 - 12:15
|Red Hat // Cloud native deployment with OpenShift
|12:15 - 12:25
|Closing by Kangaroot
|12:25 - 13:45
Containerised Databases and Modern Applications with EDB and Red Hat OpenShift partnership
EDB Postgres for Kubernetes - has achieved Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification which validates the interoperability of EDB while providing native OpenShift backup and recovery.
EDB Postgres for Kubernetes is designed, developed, and supported by EDB which covers the full lifecycle of a highly available PostgreSQL database clusters with a primary/standby architecture, using native streaming replication across Open Source PostgreSQL workloads!
Senior Sales engineer at EnterpriseDB, focussing on modern database innovations, like Postgres on Kubernetes and OpenShift.
Do it the CloudNative Way, also your Database!
Ecosystem Solution Architect at Red Hat
Cloud native deployment with OpenShift
- Wondering why you should containerise your databases? Automation is the biggest reason why we’re all strong believers of containerisation.
- DBA’s aren’t easy to find which means they will need to do much more with fewer resources. That’s exactly how database containerisation can bring value to your organisation.
- Operators are the key to success: you only need 12 lines of code to automate your database.
- Using the power of automation, Maxim will set-up a high available Kubernetes cluster in only 3 minutes!
EDB Gold Partner
Kangaroot has been a proud Gold Business Partner for many years where we have built our expertise in PostgreSQL. Our strength lies in advising, managing & implementing high-quality technical solutions and migrate & support you platform.
In 2019 Kangaroot won the EDB EMEA Partner Award! Together we help you at every stage on your path to PostgreSQL.