Containers have become increasingly important as a way for developers to package and deploy applications. By abstracting the underlying infrastructure, containerized workloads can run on-premises and in the cloud, allowing faster adoption of new cloud principles, services and features.
Join Red Hat, AWS, and Crossvale for a half-day workshop to learn how to simplify application development using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on AWS. In this instructor-led lab, we’ll walk through how you can containerize applications on AWS.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN IN THE INSTRUCTOR LED HANDS-ON LAB
- Differences between container orchestration like kubernetes and an application platform like OpenShift
- How to develop a basic containerized application, break down an application into multiple containers, and then deploy these images to container host platforms.
- About user & project management, role based access control, automated build and deployment processes, automated healing and AWS Services integration.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Developers and technical evangelists
- Cloud, application, and infrastructure architects
- IT operations and systems managers
|12:00 p.m.||Registration / Lunch|
|1:00 p.m.||AWS and Red Hat Container Overview|
|1:30 p.m.||OpenShift Container Lab (2 hours)|
|3:30 p.m.||Ask the Experts / Q & A|
|4:00 p.m.||Happy Hour|
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