Automating EAP deployment configurations with Ansible

Watch recording from 21. August 2019

In the world of containers and DevOps, Docker has become the most common standard to perform all the necessary operations around registries, images, and containers. With the introduction of the CRI-O project, we see a container engine that is a stable and security-focused platform for running Open Container Initiative (OCI) compatible runtimes instead of traditional Docker.

To fully visualize the vast landscape of container technology, a solid understanding of the tools and their uses is essential. For example, Buildah offers simple container creation with or without a Dockerfile. With the power of Ansible®, you can extend the power of tools like Buildah to deploy your application on OpenShift®.

In this session, we’ll cover:

  • How to manage non-Docker container images.
  • How to use Ansible Playbooks with Buildah and Skopeo to manage image and registry operations.
  • The advantages the CRI-O project can provide your organization.


Live event date: Wednesday, August, 21, 2019 | 2 p.m. ET

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

Daniel Lee

Consultant, Red Hat

Daniel Lee is a Consultant for Red Hat with a strong background in software development and operations efforts for various organizations. He has experience in short- and long-term projects as a software developer, quickly adapting to newer technologies and business needs. Most recently, he has assisted agencies moving toward DevOps by helping to modernize their development practices and migrating applications.

Griffin College

Consultant, Red Hat

Griffin College is a Consultant for Red Hat’s Public Sector team, helping to create software solutions for government clients. He has experience teaching and mentoring individuals of many skill levels and backgrounds. Griffin is a strong promoter of open source software, agile, and DevSecOps, which he has used to reshape software projects and teams.