Achieving small footprint and high-availability with OpenShift at the edge

The edge computing landscape is evolving rapidly in the scale and diversity of use cases. One of the main challenges in this area is to achieve the smallest setup footprint while maintaining true high availability and remaining cost-effective. These challenges are addressed by three-node OpenShift compact clusters, which reduces hardware footprint while offering high-availability and enterprise features for Kubernetes and traditional VM workloads. In this episode, we’ll cover: - Red Hat’s vision and portfolio for Edge tiers - Three-Node OpenShift Compact Clusters - Use Cases - OpenShift Enablers for Three-node Compact Clusters - OpenShift Data Foundation (ODF) and Multus GA - Best practices


Arthur de Oliveira | Senior Partner Technical Account Manager, Red Hat

Senior Partner Technical Account Manager, with 20+ years of experience in the field and consistent skills with systems, infrastructure, automation, and security architecture. Living Linux since the beginning of 2000s, currently supporting partners embedding their solutions together with OpenShift, OpenShift Data Foundation and Device Edge.