Discover how adopting an Open Hybrid Cloud strategy across your technology ecosystem can enable the speed and agility everyone is after, in a stable and secure fashion using a variety of tools that are built to run wherever they’re needed.

In this webinar, we share how leveraging an open hybrid cloud strategy across your technology ecosystem can give your team a stable operating environment while running and managing infrastructures and applications from anywhere

Discover the following skills and knowledge needed for a successful hybrid cloud environment:

  • Industry trends that support the need for a scalable, reliable and flexible IT ecosystem
  • Best ways to implement secure cloud, application, and management platforms to deploy and manage workloads across multiple infrastructures.
  • Hybrid cloud strategies that help companies realize their business needs
  • Tools you can use that run anywhere and enable your organization to use technologies across bare metal, virtual, private, and public cloud environments


Speakers: Robert Locke, Senior Solutions Architect, NA GLS & Wesley Urquhart, Associate Solutions Architect, NA Training

Rob Locke is a Senior Solutions Architect for the Red Hat Training and Certification team in North America. Rob has been an instructor, curriculum developer, lab platform architect, and exam developer in his 19 years with Red Hat. Today, he loves helping find the right paths for our customers along their technology journeys. 

Wes Urquhart is an Associate Solutions Architect at Red Hat in the North America Training and Certification group. He works with customers in a variety of ways, including helping them create their own learning paths, determining what training is right for them, and discussing custom courses based on their unique needs. His recent focus has been in introducing customers to the changes in Ansible Automation Platform 2 and the course catalog.

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