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Saturday, February 20 • 3:00pm - 3:25pm
OpenShift for low latency and real time workloads

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I am going to present an end to end story about how an OpenShift cluster can be configured and used to support real-time and/or latency sensitive applications. This capability is useful for many modern industries including signal processing and telecommunications (audio and video processing, software defined radio), Industry 4.0 (smart software controlling machines and factories) and others.

The session will explain what issues you need to overcome to really limit the interruptions to your low latency application, how to do that using the OpenShift cluster and then how to utilize the low latency capability in your application. I will also touch on how such an application should look like to fully benefit from this low latency tuning and how a proper configuration of the cluster can be verified.

This talk would benefit end users, developers, systems administrators, DevOps, architects, who are interested in introduction to best practices of deploying latency sensitive workloads on Openshift.

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Martin Sivak

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Martin has been working for Red Hat (Brno, Czech Republic) for the past eight years. He spent most of the time working in the installer team and now he is part of a team responsible for the scheduling and quality of service efforts in oVirt. He has a master degree in the field of... Read More →

Saturday February 20, 2021 3:00pm - 3:25pm CET
Session Room 5
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