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Addressing the elephant in the cluster: Highlights of the AoT OpenShift Design – Resiliency Squad findings

Abstract

IBM’s Academy of Technology (AoT) ran the residency Red Hat OpenShift – Solution Design Guidance to help architects use the Openshift platform better. The residency had 5 squads focusing on different aspects of OCP, here we’ll summaries the finding of the Resiliency squad of this residency.

Speaker Bio

BIO – Haytham ElNahas – Haytham is a Cloud and Infrastructure Solutions Architect. He has 25 years of experience in IT, of which 15 years are in planning, leading and delivering IT services to IBM teams and clients. Haytham joined IBM in 2002 and has traveled the Cloud journey with IBM from the old days of CloudBurst Private Cloud solution, PureApplication, IBM Cloud Manager and IBM Cloud Orchestrator until the rise of Containers/k8s leading to IBM Cloud Private and recently Redhat Openshift. His skills also include Linux, Windows, infrastructure and virtualization. Haytham is a Communications Engineer and has a master’s degree in computer science. He enjoys watching movies, traveling and sometimes, works out.

BIO – Haytham Elkhoya – As the technical leader of the Always On practice at IBM, Haytham works with large customers to re-architect mission-critical applications to resilient cloud-native architectures with the aim of achieving the highest levels of service availability, resiliency, and reliability by incorporating continuous availability, site reliability engineering, chaos engineering, cloud platforms and infrastructure automation.