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Great Things with Great Tech - Episode 29 - Rafay

Episode 29 - Rafay | Great Things with Great Tech
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Intro (0:00)
Haseeb's background and startup culture (1:20)
Rafay founding and reason for starting a Managed Kubernetes platform (5:45)
Rafay platform is innovative and impressive (9:10)
Solving the problem of trusting Kubernetes in the Enterprise (9:50)
vCenter as a turnkey example of what managed Kubernetes should be (11:20)
Deploying applications with efficiency and trust (14:20)
Rafay Web Interface, CLI and API (15:30)
The 5 Key Capabilities of Rafay (19:35)
Cloud Native Ecosystem wild west (23:47)
Governance and Security (24:55)
Service Provider pitch and Verizon partnership and SaaS (26:50)
The state of Kubernetes today (32:50)
Education and the need to preach (36:10)
Rafay continued innovation and KubeVirt (39:42)
Wrap-up and callouts (44:10)

☑️ In this episode I talk with Haseeb Budhani, Co-Founder and CEO at Rafay. Rafay enables developers to automate the distribution, operations, scaling and lifecycle management of containerized #microservices across public and private clouds, and service provider networks. Rafay’s Managed #Kubernetes platform is built around foundational elements that together deliver an optimal abstraction layer across disparate infrastructure, making it easy for developers to scale and operate applications across any number of locations or regions. Haseeb and I talk about how Rafay’s platform significantly simplifies the deployment of containerized apps anywhere and how organizations can achieve desired levels of reliability, availability and performance with any combination of public cloud environments through a dev friendly SaaS offering.
Rafay was founded in 2017 and is head quartered out of the San Francisco Bay Area, Silicon Valley.

☑️ Technology and Technology Partners Mentioned:
Containers, Kubernetes, VMware, vSphere, AWS, KubeVirt, RedHat, OpenShift

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