In the age of digital transformation, monolithic stacks from legacy vendors are expensive to maintain and can limit developer innovation. Technology leaders must look to proven cloud-native technologies like containers and Kubernetes for the agility they need to build differentiating products and services faster than the competition without compromising on security and reliability.
Join the leading experts at SUSE and the State IT Agency (Sita), together with TechCentral, to find out how organisations can benefit from their partnership. Learn what experienced industry experts have to say about the pitfalls to look out for and proven methods that bring success in the journey from onboarding to enjoying the benefits of Kubernetes and cloud-native solutions.
While attendance is free, space is limited. We are pleased to offer you preferential access to this event.
Date: Tuesday, 3 August 2021
Time: 10am to 11am
The line-up for the day
Knight is SUSE’s chief technology officer for enterprise cloud products. He is responsible for SUSE’s overall strategy and vision for application delivery. He has been working with containers in production environments since before Kubernetes was released and played a critical role in taking SUSE’s application delivery solutions to market. He’s been working in the application delivery space for more than 12 years at a variety of companies, and speaks daily to customers, partners, press and analysts on the future of the application delivery marketplace.
Raffee is the public sector lead for SUSE in South Africa. He has held various roles in the public sector, including former CIO of the department of science & technology, member of the Minimum Interoperability Operating Standards task team and former chairman of the open standards and open-source committee of the Government IT Officers Council, where he was an executive member.
Ntsangani is the executive for application, maintenance and development at Sita, where he is a key player in the digital transformation and modernisation of the public sector. He is instrumental in leading South Africa’s public service into the era of the fourth Industrial Revolution and the digital economy. A digitally transformed public sector will considerably improve citizens’ experience of the public service. Ntsangani is a seasoned ICT professional with more than 20 years’ experience across diverse industries in the private and public sectors. He advocates a problem-driven approach to finding solutions and is perfectly placed to contribute to high-profile professional industry discussions and collaborations.
In addition to being TechCentral’s host and moderator, Robus is a business consultant – perpetually curious, and with a strong foundation in the crossroads between business and technology.
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