Advanced Use Cases with Red Hat OpenShift Virtualization



Come and join us as we explore more advanced use cases in Red Hat OpenShift Virtualization
  • Integration with Service Mesh
  • Multi Cluster
  • and some other surprises

What is Red Hat OpenShift Virtualization?

Red Hat OpenShift Virtualization is a feature of Red Hat OpenShift that allows you to run and manage virtual machine (VM) and container workloads side by side.

New development is shifting to containers, and increasingly serverless as well, but organizations also have a huge investment in applications that run as VMs, many of which provide vital services to new and existing containerized applications.

OpenShift Virtualization (formerly container-native virtualization) lets developers bring VMs into containerized workflows by running a VM within a container where they can develop, manage, and deploy VMs side-by-side with containers and serverless, all in one platform. 

OpenShift Virtualization combines 2 technologies into a single management platform so organizations can take advantage of the simplicity and speed of containers and Kubernetes, while still benefiting from the applications and services that have been architected for VMs."




Erkan Ercan 

Red Hat

Principal Solution Architect

Erkan has over 20 years experience in the IT, Telecommunications and Financial Services industry. After graduating from the Computer Engineering Department in 2001, Erkan Ercan started his career as a Software Engineer in a telecommunications software company (Telenity).
Then he joined Ericsson and took  several positions in regional sales and delivery organizations and in the global business unit.
Erkan is currently working as a Principal Solution Architect in Red Hat Turkiye responsible for  Red Hat Application Services and OpenShift product portfolio

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