Strategies for Securing Availability and Optimizing Application Performance in the Cloud

2013
Mar
6
2:00 pm
Topic: Webinar registration closed   |   click for VIDEO   |   click for SLIDESDate & Time: Wednesday, March 6th, 2013, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pmSpeaker: Oren Elias, EVP, Correlsense and Vijay Sarathy, Director, OpenShift Partner Ecosystem RedHat

See below for a recording of an online seminar and slide deck from RedHat and Correlsense that presents a technical session in order to learn how to gain deep insight and visibility into the performance characteristics of applications hosted on the cloud. In this online seminar, we cover:

  • Aligning development and operations in a self service model
  • Deploying PaaS successfully with Openshift Enterprise
  • Gaining visibility and monitoring PaaS applications

OpenShift is Red Hat’s open source platform as a service for both public and private clouds. With OpenShift, developers can upload their Java, Ruby, PHP, Perl, Python or Node.js code and leave the configuration, management and scaling headaches behind. Correlsense then makes it easy to identify where the application bottlenecks and tuning opportunities exist with an intuitive dashboard and no touch instrumentation. If you are a developer or system administrator looking to leverage the power of the cloud in either a public, private or hybrid configuration and at the same time gain deep visibility into application performance across multiple tiers in the stack – this webinar is for you.

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