The Red Hat DevSecOps Workshop is a unique hands-on experience for building, deploying, and securing containerized cloud-native applications using industry-standard open source technologies.
You will learn how Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform changes the way you run mission-critical applications as well as how to leverage an assembly line approach that automates increasing levels of security assurance for each step in the process.
Attendees will get hands-on, applying DevSecOps techniques in building a Secure Software Factory on OpenShift for a Java based application leveraging several containerized tools such as Gogs, Nexus, Jenkins, Sonarqube, and Eclipse Che.
In the new era of containers and DevSecOps it is important for developers, operations, and security professionals to have a base understanding of containers and the surrounding ecosystem. This workshop touches on operational, development, and security concepts that are important for each discipline to be aware of.
During this workshop the Red Hat team will guide you through a series of presentations and labs. Attendees will come out of this workshop with a base understanding of containers and the container ecosystem. Customers will also get their hands on by building a Secure Software Factory for a Java based application leveraging several containerized tools such as Gogs, Nexus, Jenkins, Sonarqube, and Eclipse Che.
- Access to a web browser
- A free personal GitHub account
- A great attitude and a willingness to learn!
|8:30 AM||Breakfast and Registration|
|9:00 AM||OpenShift Overview Presentation|
|10:00 AM||Technical Deep Dive of OpenShift|
|11:15 AM||Trusted Software Supply Chain|
|12:00 PM||Verify Prerequisites|
|1:00 PM||Welcome to OpenShift Lab|
|1:15 PM||DevSecOps Workshop – Secure Software Factory|
|3:30 PM||Wrap up & Where to Go From Here|
|3:45 PM||Workshop Ends|
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Developers/Operations Engineers
- Technical Leads
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
- A tiny bit of Jenkins, as well as several other industry tools
- Automating development and deployment processes using containers
- How to build an end-to-end trusted software supply chain