Wolfgang Marx

I've been working in the technology sector from my earliest days of my youth. Tinkering with computers (Commodore 64/128, Amiga 500,...) was always one of my favorites.

I have worked in the areas of Client/Server Virtualization, SAN/NAS, Linux & Windows Operating Systems, traditional IT Networks, data-center, and of course in the domain of various cloud techniques.

Nowadays I'm working at Red Hat with main emphasis on our Cloud Solutions and hence to its tightly related products like Openstack, Red Hat virtualization, Ansible & Openshift.

In my leisure time I love it playing guitar with my little son and I'm also a passionate hiker and runner.


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00 - Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure

Now let’s face it, what the heck is OpenStack and where might it be useful?

My name is Wolfgang, I’ve been with Red Hat since 2019 and I started with IT in 2001 only to experience, just 2 years later, that we can use ONE physical server to deploy MANY Operating Systems! At that time we deployed our very first VMware vSphere cluster at a timber merchant in Trier, a […]

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00 - Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure

Mystery Hybrid Cloud! What are its riddles and when do I need it actually?

I’ve been in IT since 2001 and countless times I did notice that people are confused by all these “Cloud” “Buzzwords”. Therefore, in this brief article I want to give a short explanation what actually is a “Hybrid,- Multi Cloud Approach”?  In our new digital world, digitalization needs to be adapted in every company, regardless […]

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