Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 3:00:00 PM Online event

We are combining the virtual RHUG events for Kansas City, Denver, St. Louis, Des Moines, and Omaha into a temporary virtual Mid Central Red Hat Users Group on Tuesday March 23rd, 2021.

We will be delivering an engaging discussion and demonstrations applicable to any IT professional engaged with, or interested in Network Automation and modern application development.

John Henley, Sr. Solution Architect - Will be providing a brief update on Red Hat products and Conferences

Michael Ford and Greg Sowell, Red Hat Senior Solution Architects / Ansible Experts - They will be talking about automating your enterprise network using Ansible Automation Platform. They will be discussing automation use cases for network devices, like Cisco IOS-XE, Plato Alto Networks, Juniper Junos, Arista EOS, etc and providing an automation demonstration of Cisco's ACI.

Geoff Allen, Sr. Solution Architect / Cloud Expert - Lighting Talk about how Quarkus delivers significant operational and developer efficiencies for applications deployed on Kubernetes. Quarkus provides low memory utilization which optimizes container density in microservice architecture deployments. In addition, Quarkus allows organizations to leverage their existing investment and expertise in Java to become productive in a fraction of the time and cost.

Please register and make plans to join us for a great virtual opportunity to collaborate, network with other IT professionals around the Mid Central US, and hear engaging presentations!

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