Join the Ansible community team for a freewheeling, no-holds-barred discussion about all things Ansible.45 Minutes Birds of a feather Greg DeKoenigsberg
Persistent memory is an exciting new storage technology that combines the durability of storage with the low access latency and high bandwidth of DRAM. This new technology provides interesting opportunities and new challenges for application developers.
During our BoF we'll explore persistent memory hardware you can use with RHEL today, the different programming models available for using it, some practical advice for today's systems, and what we might see in the future.
Container application platforms have provided a new category of enterprise software, offering more powerful technology for developing and delivering applications. However, realizing the true benefits of containers requires carefully defined operational roles and adaptable teams and processes. In this interactive session, we'll focus on mapping various roles and responsibilities from traditional server environments to a container-based environment while maintaining operational controls and governance.45 minutes Consulting discovery session Drew Stockdreher
OpenShift is not just a simple container orchestration platform. It combines a wealth of developer-focused, self-service features with a rich set of administrative policy controls. The OpenShift operator's job is to pull the right levers in the right ways to enable their organization's applications to be built, deployed, scaled, and managed effectively using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
In this lab, you'll learn how to manage various run-time aspects of an OpenShift cluster, from quotas and limits, to user management and node management tasks. This lab is highly recommended for administrators or operators who are considering using, or deploying, OpenShift.
If you missed this lab at Summit, you can catch it on github here: https://github.com/nhr/summit2017_openshift_for_operators2 Hour Instructor-led lab Harrison Ripps
Red Hat Satellite 6.3 is the latest version of the system management tool from Red Hat. In this lab, you'll go through actual business scenarios using the new features in Satellite 6.3, including Ansible integration, Puppet 4, and many others. If you're new to Red Hat Satellite, you'll get a good overview of the basic features. If you're experienced, you'll deepen your understanding of the product.2 Hour Instructor-led lab Bryan Kearney
OpenSCAP is a family of open source Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) tools and content that help you create standard security checklists for enterprise systems. Included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, OpenSCAP provides practical security hardening advice for Red Hat technologies and links to compliance requirements, making deployment activities like certification and accreditation easier. In this lab, we'll...2 Hour Instructor-led lab Robin Price
Have you ever wondered how Linux containers work? How they really work, deep down inside? Questions like: How does sVirt/SELinux, SECCOMP, namespaces, and isolation really work? How does the Docker Daemon work? How does Kubernetes talk to the Docker Daemon? How are container images made? In this lab, we'll answer all these questions and more. If you want a deep technical understanding of containers, this is the lab for you. Red Hat engineers will walk you through the deep, dark internals of the container host and what’s packaged in the container image. You'll get the knowledge and confidence it takes to apply your current Linux technical knowledge to containers.2 Hour Instructor-led lab Scott McCarty
FPGA workload acceleration using Red Hat Enterprise Linux
Jon Masters, Red Hat
Field programmable gate arrays (FGPAs) and other programmable logic devices are rapidly gaining traction for emerging data analytics and processing workloads. Their power efficiency and performance advantages are numerous, but FPGAs have traditionally required extreme levels of technical knowledge to use. This is changing, thanks to industry standardization efforts. In this session, attendees will learn about FPGAs and how they can be managed at scale using emerging efforts within the larger open source community, including OpenStack and Kubernetes orchestration.
Modernizing your HPC applications to take full advantage of the open hybrid cloud
Steven Carter, Red Hat
Adopting cloud technologies and principles in the development and deployment of HPC applications can yield substantial benefits in portability and scientific throughput. This session covers the impediments to running existing HPC applications in the cloud and details how to avoid them.
Dynamic API back-end selection based on real-time health checks through 3Scale API management and OpenShift
Tom Corcoran, Red Hat
Veer Muchandi, Red Hat
Red Hat OpenShift is a game-changing containerization platform that runs your application workloads as containers at scale. 3Scale by Red Hat is an API gateway solution. While applications APIs can be managed centrally by 3Scale, occasionally an API back-end application may become unavailable. We will demonstrate the implementation of a circuit breaker pattern using a polling mechanism into the 3scale configured API gateway solution running on OpenShift. We will show how to configure the API gateway with primary, secondary, and even tertiary back-end servers to handle any given 3Scale configured API request. The polling mechanism is configured to test the health of each primary (and, if necessary, secondary and tertiary) back end every X miliseconds. This results in a recently proven-to-be-available back end serving each request. It improves application reliability and availability, as well as latency, as there are order-of-magnitude fewer waits for API timeouts.
Fast as lightning : NVMe and NVDIMM's Impact on your data center
Tom Coughlan, Red Hat
The future of storage is memory, and the future of memory is storage. The increasing availability of nonvolatile memory express (NVMe) devices for use across fabric infrastructures and the growth of persistent nonvolatile dual inline memory module (NVDIMM) memory is rapidly changing datacenter architecture. Learn what these technologies are, how you can leverage them, and what's available in Red Hat Enterprise Linux.45 minutes Lightning talk Jon Masters
Security has never been a bigger, more important topic. Red Hat has been a leader in security for more than ten year, pushing for open standards and supporting technologies, such as Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux), sVirt, the Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP), and Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE). Red Hat has a record of producing security updates and is helping lead security in new computing areas, such as cloud computing and containers. In this session, we’ll discuss the future of Red Hat security, including a high-level look at what we have in store for DevOps, SELinux, OpenSCAP, virtualization, compliance, cloud, containers, updates to existing products, new features and new products, documentation and support, and our predictions for the future. By the end of this session, you’ll understand Red Hat’s future security plans, how they may affect you, and how you can help us build and shape the future of security.45 Minutes Breakout session Mark Thacker
Innovation isn't just about how fast a company can release a new product or service, but also how easy it is to try, produce, evaluate, and iterate upon new concepts. To achieve these fast and automated development cycles, companies are building software using microservice architectures, mobile-first or mobile-only approaches, and DevOps practices—all of which can be streamlined with Red Hat's portfolio of application platforms. These new technologies and concepts must coexist with existing ones in a bimodal approach, which means increasing infrastructure complexity that challenge IT. Red Hat Management products address these challenges by simplifying operationals in terms of overall hybrid infrastructure insight, control, and automation.
The goal of this demonstration is to give a practical example of modern application development approaches and open hybrid cloud management, as well as how they help companies become truely digital businesses—ones in which lines-of-business and IT are agile, productive, and efficient while bringing innovation to the market. We'll simulate a travel agency that needs to provide a new booking service with a mobile app and back-end systems that can be:
- Self provisioned and automatically/continuously deployed
- Easily modified to address new market conditions
- Automatically scaled to meet elastic and unforeseen demands
- Completely managed through the lifecycle according to corporate-defined IT governance processes, compliance rules, and defined policies.
We'll show how this is all possible using
- Red Hat CloudForms to manage the whole environment
- Ansible Tower by Red Hat to automate actions that are usually done manually
- Red Hat OpenStack Platform to provide massively scalable cloud infrastructure platform
- Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to develop, test, deploy and run container-based applications
- Red Hat JBoss xPaaS Middleware (including Red Hat JBoss EAP, Red Hat JBoss Fuse, and Red Hat JBoss BRMS) PHP and .NET to create and integrate microservices
- Red Hat Mobile Application Platform to develop the mobile app and its back-end connectivity
Over the last five years or more—since before the dawn of Red Hat OpenShift—Red Hat JBoss has brought all our middleware products to the cloud. Since Red Hat OpenShift, that effort has redoubled, and with the advent of Red Hat OpenShift 3 (based around Linux containers and Kubernetes), we have been considering what needs to happen beyond just helping our existing products work well in the cloud.
There will be a layer of core middleware services that developers can use to build applications, sitting between (or within) the Linux container and middleware layers. We're refactoring existing products to core services, such as messaging, security, transactions, and cacheing on (or in) Red Hat OpenShift. We're also considering reimplementing existing products to use these core services, though that's likely to be on a case-by-case basis.
In this presentation we'll look at where we've been and where we're going with middleware services within Red Hat OpenShift; what changes are necessary within our middleware products and projects to support the new immutable architectures approach behind Linux containers and Kubernetes; and consider how this impacts developers interested in enterprise microservices—especially those who don't necessarily want to code exclusively in Java.45 Minutes Breakout session Mark Little
Over the last few years, Business Process Management (BPM) solutions have seen rapid adoption across the enterprise. Businesses are recognizing the value of BPM to improve the efficiency and agility of business operations, and thereby competitiveness and the bottom line. JBoss BPM Suite 6 is Red Hat’s BPM solution, a comprehensive platform for business automation. JBoss BPM Suite incorporates four key technologies – business process management, business rules, complex event processing and business resource planning. Combined, these enable IT and business experts to automate and optimize a wide range of processes spanning desktop applications, legacy systems and mobile devices. Join us for this session where we will highlight the capabilities, vision and roadmap for JBoss BPM Suite, including exciting features planned for the upcoming v7 release. We will discuss and demonstrate key new features including: • New containerized BPM tools and services hosted on OpenShift • New intuitive user experience based on the PatternFly design model • Dynamic and ad-hoc process development for case management scenarios • Graphical dashboards for Business Activity Monitoring Attendees will gain a solid understanding of the capabilities and direction of the product, and will be ready to utilize the free developer subscription to evaluate it for their own needs.45 Minutes Breakout session Mark Proctor
After spending so much time putting in place an infrastructure, wouldn't it be great if an app built on it solved the users' problems? Usability is more critical than ever when it comes to mobile apps. In this session, we'll show you hot to become a user advocate before you build an app. This fun and informative session will introduce you to topics such as user experience design and design-thinking methodologies.45 Minutes Breakout session Bob Tierney
Red Hat's office of technology contributes to Red Hat's long term technology strategy and road map. During this session, we will introduce key topics within the broader long-term technology direction and strategy that our customers will pursue across the private and public clouds. It includes prototype and developmental technology demonstrations focused on platform infrastructure—such as cloud native application platforms, servers, storage, networks, operating systems, and cloud providers). This is a complementary session to the other office of technology session on applications.45 Minutes Breakout session Stephen Watt
An introduction to the capabilities of Red Hat OpenShift.io, an end-to-end, cloud-native team development experience. Learn the motivations behind OpenShift.io, the problems it addresses, and see the service in action.45 Minutes Breakout session James Strachan
Today's competitive business environment requires fast access to accurate information for a competitive edge. In-memory computing provides such access and leads to better and faster decision-making, easier identification of competitive opportunities, growth in revenue, increased efficiency, and reduced risk. In this session, you'll learn how to take advantage of technical shifts—such as lower computer memory prices and exponential data growth—and the trend toward using analytics to differentiate and transform into a real-time enterprise. We'll cover getting started with in-memory computing, how Red Hat JBoss Data Grid enhances your middleware investments, and in-memory data grid customer use cases.45 Minutes Breakout session Syed Rasheed
With over 29 million participants, Miles & More is the largest frequent flyer program in Europe. Expanding this travel rewards program into other markets required a fundamental change to the company's IT infrastructure, as the previous legacy environment was hard to maintain and not scalable. Miles & More chose to move to a microservices-based architecture built on Red Hat OpenShift. With this new environment, the company can support innovation and deploy new microservices into production within 5 days with zero downtime. Learn more about how Miles & More modernized their application development environment and process.45 Minutes Breakout session Matthias Krohnen
OCI (a.k.a. Docker) containers and Kubernetes are having a deep impact on the Linux operating system (OS) that goes well beyond DevOps and cloud-native applications. The concepts of application-centric packaging, process isolation through Linux containers, and immutable infrastructure are shaking up the core traditions of today's GNU/Linux operating systems. These concepts are also challenging the assumptions and approaches derived from the past 40+ years of work that originated with UNIX. The Linux distribution as we know it is coming to an end, and is being replaced by a new concept of containerized, multi-instance, multi-user applications, which can be deployed in scale-out environments. In this session, we'll assess this new OS environment and take a deep look at the consequences this new OS model has for both developers and operators.45 Minutes Breakout session Daniel Riek
We own and operate the largest dialysis care organization in the world, which includes our own labs, pharmacy, and vascular access care surgical centers. We've grown or acquired additional organizations—such as physician practices and urgent care centers—in order to extend our patient reach and better support them before they have end stage Renal Disease.
The most important function of such vertical and horizontally business growth is the ability to coordinate our patients' care between disparate systems. By partnering with Red Hat, we were able to build components and solutions that meet the level of care continuity and interoperability between thousands of organizations, tens of thousands of physicians, and millions of patients. We begin using Agile methodologies, which included trial and error as well as collaboration between Red Hat professionals and our developers, corporate professionals, and clinicians. Our current Red Hat portfolio includes many products, which allows us to have high availability across 1 million weekly treatments that use data centers from Hawaii to Puerto Rico.45 Minutes Breakout session Radu Craioveanu
The road to public cloud mastery is never straight and narrow, and filled with speed bumps. The public cloud is a key in most IT strategies, and finding the way down the path is critical. Jerome and Matt will spin a tale around some common cloud adoption pitfalls and bridges.
In this session you'll learn how Red Hat Enterprise Linux can help you:
This session will cover the 18 month roadmap for current Enterprise Java product lines (JBoss Web Server and JBoss EAP) and also look ahead into the future polyglot application platform based on OpenShift. It will covering emerging architectures and programming paradigms - microservices, reactive and serverless and technologies such as node.js, vert.x and WildFly Swarm.45 Minutes Breakout session Rich Sharples
Discover the value of composable infrastructure from execution to economics in today's hybrid world. Find out how HPE Synergy is future-proofing their data centers for today's workloads and tomorrow's disruptors. Does your ability to get infrastructure deployed quickly slow down your delivery of new apps and services? HPE OneView with its Unified API with single line of code accelerates your DevOps environments by automating provisioning and management of physical infrastructure with Ansible by Red Hat.45 Minutes Breakout session Ynema Mangum
The long-term business value of introducing cloud infrastructure to the enterprise remains clear and uncontested. Standardizing and automating a cloud infrastructure leads to a reduction in TCO and yields a high-performing, cost-effective, and stable platform that accelerates innovation. However, cloud migration depends on more than just the introduction of a new technology. Its success rests on the inclusion of people and methodology to drive and sustain the change. In this interactive session, learn how a holistic approach to a staged migration on multiple platforms reduces TCO and delivers better agility to stakeholders.45 minutes Consulting discovery session Bill Helgeson
CO.LAB: innovating with a new generation
Consuelo Madrigal Cabañas, Red Hat
In collaboration with Boston University, Sociedad Latina, Boston After School & Beyond, and the City of Boston, Red Hat hosted 20–25 Latina-American and African-American girls (ages 11–14) from underserved areas of Boston in a three-day immersive experience, and introduced them to coding, collaboration, and the open source way. Through this CO.LAB initiative, we demonstrated the potential of collaborative innovation and, along the way, sparked their interest in open source technology or coding.
Constructive conflict resolution: Playing with fire without getting burnt
Gina Likins, Red Hat
Conflict is unavoidable and, depending on how it's approached (and how you were raised), it can be excruciating. Open source communities often attract people with strong technical backgrounds--and stronger opinions--creating environments where conflicts turn into conflagrations, burning everyone involved. But this doesn't have to be the case. In this talk, I'll present an alternative view of conflict, in which conflict, like fire, is necessary and can be used constructively as a source of good information and forward momentum. You'll leave with a step-by-step plan for working through conflict more constructively. Learn to harness the heat of conflict and how to create a warmth-bringing fire rather than a project-destroying inferno.
Let's innovate cognitive diversity
E.G. Nadhan, Red Hat
If open source is the lighter fluid for innovation, diversity gives it that much-needed spark. Diversity fosters intriguing intersections of thoughts that morph into fertile grounds for innovation. There are several factors that influence the diversity of perspectives on our teams, including gender, nationality, culture, generation, and disability status. But, what really matters is cognitive diversity--diversity of thought. It's not just who you are, but how you think. This session highlights the vital need for cognitive diversity and the manner in which it can nurture the ecosystem for innovation. This session will explore how we create teams with multiple perspectives (e.g., gender, location, background, skillsets) to get more cognitive diversity in approaching problem-solving and new innovative thinking.
45 minutes Lightning talk Gina Likins
Stay current with Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The operating system matters, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux has some major projects underway. Learn about developments this year and plans for the coming year from the people responsible for the product.45 Minutes Breakout session Karen Noel
Whether you’re making a decision, leading a project, or driving change, it can be challenging to get the right people in the room--and get them to work together effectively. Come explore the open decision framework, a collection of Red Hat’s best practices for project management, decision making, team dynamics, communications, and change management.
In this session, you will learn how to apply five powerful principles of the open source way (open exchange, collaboration, release early and often, meritocracy, and community) to your decisions and projects.
Hear tips, advice, and real-world examples of how to:
This session will help you be more effective at work and beyond.45 Minutes Breakout session Rebecca Fernandez
In this session, we will discuss why BMW decided to implement a Cloud Native Application Platform and give a background on the existing environment and constraints. You will learn why BMW chose OpenShift and hear about the experience to rebase an existing application - the BMW Connected Drive backend - onto OpenShift. We will discuss the solution architecture, project setup, timeline & experience as well as the impact on Processes & Organization at BMW, and share which benefits could be realised to date.45 Minutes Breakout session Jens Eckert
Managing storage quality of service is a hot topic among operators of OpenStack systems. Tenants demand that their private cloud environments provide familiar public cloud modalities, including the ability to provision deterministic storage performance. This talk will detail how Ceph storage pools can be combined with Cinder Volume Types to emulate Amazon’s Magnetic and Provisioned IOPS Elastic Block Store (EBS). Performance graphs will detail when size based limits, or fixed limits are more appropriate, depending on the type of storage media used in the underlying Ceph pool.45 Minutes Breakout session Kyle Bader
Starting a new job can be frustrating: you wait to get your new computer, telephone, and the access to company systems that you need in order to be productive. Outdated scripts and error prone manual processes slow the onboarding process and waste time and money while also giving the new employee a poor first impression of the company. As enterprises evolve over time and attempt to meet ever-increasing demands, these growing pains are all too common. How does Red Hat manage its growth, along with 100+ new new hires each month? Join us to learn how Red Hat IT is leveraging the power of JBoss BPM Suite to propel Red Hat into the future as it strives to meet hiring goals and introduces productive new hires into the company. In this session, we will explore the real life case study of how Red Hat leverages JBoss BPM Suite to streamline 10 years worth of legacy ad-hoc human resource systems, by using a flexible and extensible process-oriented framework to better automate, optimize, and manage requests for access to company tools and resources. Attendees will hear some of Red Hat’s “lessons learned” along with insights into best practices when leveraging BPM in their enterprise. Our team will also share historical metrics that are part of the Red Hat IT new hire processes. Outline: * Common onboarding issues and frustrations * What role can JBoss BPM Suite play? * Practical approaches to large scale integrations *Defining the boundary between process and implementation * Keeping the lights on - resilient infrastructure * Smart approaches to integrating with external systems * Playing nice with other workflow management tools *Keeping track of your processes * BPM - a developer's perspective * Code management * Deployment strategies * Working with the product engineers * Who benefits? (hint: we all do!) * The “Real World” * Account Management case study * Employee lifecycle management * Red Hat Connect * What’s next? * jBPM 7.0 * Integrations * New projects * Questions?45 Minutes Breakout session Michael Cirioli
This session will introduce you to the cloud workspaces and code development features of OpenShift.io. We will demo a full development cycle of an application starting from code generation to debugging on a cloud-based workspace with a cloud IDE.45 Minutes Breakout session Todd Mancini
For Java developers, it may be daunting to get started developing container applications that run on OpenShift clusters. Minishift can help you run OpenShift locally by launching a local, single-node OpenShift cluster within a virtual machine. With fabric8 tools, it’s even easier to install and run OpenShift using familiar tools like Apache Maven. In this session, we’ll build a set of Apache Camel- and Jav-based microservices that use Spring Boot and WildFly Swarm. We’ll show how fabric8 Maven tools can be used to build, deploy, and run your Java projects on local or remote OpenShift clusters, as well as to easily perform live debugging. Additionally, we’ll discuss best practices for building distributed and fault-tolerant microservices using technologies such as Kubernetes Services, Netflix Hystrix, and Apache Camel Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIPs) for fault tolerance.45 Minutes Breakout session Claus Ibsen
Surpassing its decade mark, Gluster has reached a maturity and adoption diversity that has allowed us at Red Hat to zone in on the most productive and effective use cases and deployment architectures. Our software engineers have refined a robust and reliable tool set and framework, honed further to precision by our performance experts. Our field has brought us the demand specifics, and our partners have helped us to sculpt the architectures to meet the demand. Through this deep teamwork and collaboration, we have captured piles of data, cross-referenced and validated to bring you solutions backed by genuine experience rather than simple rhetoric. In this session, Gluster architecture and performance experts will share with you guidelines for deployment based on your use case, scale, and data patterns. You will get a first-hand account and detailed presentation of the empirical data that backs our recommendations. You will understand the effect of particular design and tuning decisions, and what to watch out for to avoid common gotchas and pitfalls. Attendees will leave with an understanding of architecture tradeoffs and the relationships between scale, use case, and configuration choices.45 Minutes Breakout session Dustin Black
The composability feature, introduced in Red Hat OpenStack Platform 10 director, enables Red Hat OpenStack Platform and Red Hat Ceph Storage deployments to run both Ceph object storage device (OSD) and Nova compute services on the same server. This is known as hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI). HCI deployments appeal to telco customers interested in putting dense low footprint OpenStack clusters on the edge of their network for network functions virtualization (NFV) applications. How do these systems handle NFV workloads? How should they be tuned, and how should director be used to automate such deployments? In this session, we'll answer these questions and share workload testing results.45 Minutes Breakout session John Fulton
Because microservices consist of a distributed system with multiple moving parts, a single component's downtime can affect the entire system. Managing stateless code is easy, but factoring in persistent state makes things much harder. Thus, zero-downtime migrations are paramount to guarantee integrity and consistency. A "one database per microservice" characteristic creates perplexity. In legacy systems, the traditional model adopts transactions, strong consistency, and create, read, update, delete (CRUD). We must reassess some of these concepts to guarantee integrity and consistency with zero downtime. In this session, we’ll discuss strong and eventual consistency, CRUD, and command and query responsibility segregation (CQRS), event sourcing, and how these techniques relate to each other in different integration and evolution strategies for relational databases. We’ll explore views, materialized views, mirror tables, event sourcing/streaming, data virtualization, change data capture, and how these strategies enable you to build up a microservices architecture from a legacy monolithic relational database.45 Minutes Breakout session Edson Yanaga
Containerization is fueling the shift toward application-centric IT. Supporting this trend, Red Hat is pushing the boundaries of container support for enterprise use cases. Technologies such as Open Container Initiative (OCI)/Docker containers, Google Kubernetes, and OSTree play a central role in Red Hat's technology road map. With Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat is redefining the Linux operating system around Kubernetes as the meta-kernel for the cloud and an open source alternative to the Amazon mainframe. In this session, you'll get an inside view into Red Hat's container technology strategy and a comprehensive picture of the future of application-centric IT.45 Minutes Breakout session Clayton Coleman
Red Hat Satellite has managed millions of Red Hat systems for more than a decade. Red Hat Satellite 6 provides more and better management at a very large scale—from traditional datacenter environments to cloud-computing environments.
In this session, you’ll learn about:
Abstract to come soon.45 Minutes Breakout session Steve O'Keefe
Unlock the value of data and deliver insights faster with leading open source database solutions optimized for IBM Power Systems, transforming big data and analytics, cloud, and mobile into competitive advantage in ways never before possible.
In this session, IBM and EnterpriseDB PostgreSQL engineers will discuss breakthroughs in performance and cost efficiency to further advance hybrid cloud deployment on the path to cognitive and cloud computing. EDB Postgres on IBM Power Systems, backed by IBM software-defined storage, sets a new standard in reliability, security, and management required for the most demanding workloads. You'll discover the solutions that are accelerating business insights in the cognitive era.45 Minutes Breakout session Lenley Hensarling
The session will deliver the core roadmap and direction of Red Hat CloudForms. We'll cover enhancements and use cases to what core capabilities are available in the platform, such as reporting, chargeback, dashboards, and compliance. We'll cover the operational use cases to manage some of our popular provider plug ins, and what value you can get from the core features of the platform. We'll cover both the June release and future roadmaps in this session.45 Minutes Breakout session John Hardy
This session will review how F5 has integrated and certified our solutions across the Red Hat portfolio from cloud (OpenStack, OpenShift) to automation (Ansible). We will discuss the F5 commitment to embracing open source technologies and giving back to projects critical to users of Red Hat technologies. A short demo will conclude this session.
Kent Munson, Solution Architect, F5 Networks20 minutes Partner Theater Session Kent Munson
In this lab, we'll learn best practices for packaging software using the Red Hat Enterprise Linux native packaging format, RPM. We'll cover how to properly build software from source code into RPM packages, create RPM packages from pre-compiled binaries, and to automate RPM builds from source code version control systems (such as git) for use in CI/DevOps environments. And finally, we'll hear tips and tricks from lessons learned, such as how to set up and work with pristine build environments and why such things are important to software packaging.2 Hour Instructor-led lab Adam Miller
In this hands-on lab, we'll build an intelligent IoT gateway on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform with Fuse integrating service and business rules to process sensor data in real time. On the back end, PostgreSQL will provide storage and Zeppelin will provide visualization. Each component of the demo will be running in a container and is using microservices. This cross-product solution offers great scalability, manageability, and security for IoT. You can start building the solution we'll create in this lab right away in your own company.2 Hour Instructor-led lab Ishu Verma