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AWS Global Summit Washington D.C.

  • De 19 de Junio de 2018 a 21 de Junio de 2018
  • Washington, D.C.
  • Walter E. Washington Convention Center

AWS Global Summit, Washington, D.C.

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  • Date: June 20 - 21, 2018
  • Time: 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. EDT
  • Booth number: 656
  • Location: Walter E. Washington Convention Center | 801 Mount Vernon Pl NW, Washington, DC 20001

 

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Talk to the open source experts at AWS Global Summit Washington D.C. to learn about the latest Red Hat® technologies.

 

Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and AWS

  • AWS Service Broker - See how AWS’ service broker makes provisioning and integrating cloud services and OpenShift-hosted applications easy.
  • Continuous integration/continuous delivery - See how OpenShift Container Platform makes build and deployment automation easy with an end-to-end demonstration of a software development life cycle.

 

Management and automation

  • Learn how to automate the build and teardown of a multitier application and infrastructure in AWS using Red Hat Ansible® Automation.
  • See how to deploy a Lambda application using Ansible playbooks.
  • Discover how to repurpose existing Ansible playbooks to build container images and deploy them to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.

 

Cloud-native applications

  • Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes demo - Learn how to build and deploy applications on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.6 using Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes.
  • Red Hat 3scale API Management demo - See how you can create business initiatives around your microservices using 3scale’s API Management.
  • Enterprise storage for open hybrid cloud
  • Learn how container-native storage, built on Red Hat Gluster Storage, provides enterprise-grade storage for containerized applications for both on-premise and AWS public cloud.

 

Red Hat Enterprise Linux on AWS

  • Learn how a consistent foundation across your hybrid cloud increases the speed, success, and security of your new AWS deployment. We'll show you how easy it is to spin up a Red Hat Enterprise Linux® image on AWS with your own subscription or direct from the Marketplace.

 

Attend the following Red Hat speaking sessions at AWS Summit Washington D.C.

 

Customer story:

Modernizing Software Development in the US Navy

Rob Nolen, Amazon Web Services, Richard Jack, United States Navy, and Philip Osip, Red Hat

Wednesday, June 20 | 10:00 -10:50 a.m.

Room 152 AB

Description: Today, applications are developed amongst various vendors for use supporting Naval Forces on shore and at sea, with different requirements all having to be managed by infrastructure. The Collaborative Software Factory (CSF) is a US Navy Research and Development project designed to bring modern application development to the Navy. In this session you will learn how the CSF is designed as an opinionated way to develop software destined for the fleet. It is designed to help application teams leverage DevOps methodologies using a polyglot platform in Red Hat OpenShift, modern application frameworks, and integrating security into software pipelines. Of the hundreds of security controls necessary for an application accreditation, the approach taken aims to provide many of them via inheritance. AWS and the underlying Red Hat OpenShift container platform provide control matrixes and mappings to help assurance teams with automating accreditation of software. This, plus security features such as code scanning and OpenSCAP scans built into the pipeline, help to rapidly deliver software to the fleet while still meeting compliance and security requirements. By leveraging containers and a managed container platform to provide a stable, consistent platform for applications to be developed, the Navy was able to standardize deployments at sea, such as the upcoming Compile to Combat 24 effort. This effort takes advantage of the AWS GovCloud (US) services accredited at DoD SRG Impact Level 5, such as Amazon EC2, Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), AWS Key Management Service (KMS) and others to provide elastic scalability to application consumers to leveraging continuous integration and on-demand testing environments.

 

Breakout session:

Modern Application Delivery on AWS: the Red Hat Way

Chuck Svoboda, Red Hat & Mike Kuentz, AWS

Thursday, June 21 | 10:00-10:50 a.m.

Room 145 AB

Description: Are you a developer, operator, or business stakeholder who is banging your head against the wall because you cannot seem to deliver apps that make everyone happy? Have you thrown more tools, containers, or agile methods at this challenge than you can count? Have you tried adopting this thing called "DevOps" for your app delivery problems but still cannot fix your IT mayhem? Then this session is for you. Learn how putting people and process first can pave the way to use the cloud for modern application delivery. With AWS and Red Hat, developers and IT operations have a optimal platform and cloud environment for developing, deploying, and managing traditional and cloud-native applications with a streamlined DevOps process to end the headbanging.

 

 

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