October 28, 2019 By Douglas Paris-White < 1 min read

Want to update cloud-based apps much more frequently in the ways that matter to customers?

Watch the DevOps velocity advantages of using OpenShift as a managed service in IBM Cloud come into focus in our CloudLab webinar. Register.

IBM cloud native development experts Sai Vennam and Matt Perrins will explain how—freed from the time-consuming work related to setting up and upgrading/patching worker nodes and implementing security and logging/monitoring solutions—your team can can keep delivering exactly what customers of your business need now. 

Bring your questions about cloud native development, native Kubernetes, and OpenShift. 

Registration information

Register: CloudLab: Accelerating cloud-native development with managed OpenShift.


  • Sai Vennam, Developer Advocate, IBM Cloud
  • Matt Perrins, Executive IT Specialist, IBM Cloud

Date: Thursday, November 7, 2019

Time: 2:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time

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