With the emergence of hosted platforms like AWS Lambda, Functions-as-a-Service (aka serverless) enables developers to focus more on building applications than managing infrastructure.
This session combines a presentation of hidden gems in Red Hat Satellite 6 and many best practices (well, "good" practices, anyway) around the design, deployment, and usage of Satellite 6 in customer environments.
Businesses rely on data analysis and predictive modeling for data-driven decisions in many aspects of their system architecture and business development.
Red Hat’s developer tools group is focused on creating compelling experiences for developers working with containers and serverless technologies.
Container-native storage (CNS) provides agnostic, persistent storage for OpenShift on private or public clouds. What storage solution are you currently using for your OpenShift? How much effort does it take to provide persistence for your workloads? Can you easily create or delete storage?
Conway's Law stipulates that teams will build software systems that reflect the organization structure of those teams. It follows that to build software with microservices architecture and DevOps collaboration, a team must embody a culture and organization that promotes that structure.
Next generation technologies such as blockchain and containers are enabling businesses to work together more effectively and deploy new applications much faster.
Boston Children's Hospital and the Massachusetts Open Cloud (MOC) are using Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat OpenStack Platform to democratize medical image processing.
Google Cloud and Red Hat will be following up on the keynote with a deep dive.
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In this demo-heavy presentation we’ll describe how to use Web apps, CI/CD and OpenTracing tracing to reliably deploy updated versions of Spring Music (https://github.com/cloudfoundry-samples/spring-music) to containers and VMs in