5 Red Hat OpenShift development environments in five minutes
Jason Meyer, Red Hat
Developers typically want to focus on their code instead of installing and administering a Linux system just to get Red Hat OpenShift running on their local machines. There are several creative ways that developers can start using Red Hat OpenShift locally that are quick and easy, and do not require a full installation.
This lightning talk provides developers, both new and experienced, options on how to quickly get Red Hat OpenShift up and running locally. As a cloud success architect at Red Hat focused on customer adoption of Red Hat OpenShift and DevOps methodologies, I've seen the struggles many developers have just attempting to get started with Red Hat OpenShift. Attendees will walk away with five easy ways to create a Red Hat OpenShift development environment and the ability to start cranking out applications on a containerized platform.
MicroProfile: What's it all about?
Ken Finnigan, Red Hat
We’ve heard about MicroProfile, seen the blogs, checked out the forum, but what’s it all about? We’ll show a quick demo of the conference demo app from the MicroProfile community that uses multiple implementations.
Then we will briefly outline the goals of MicroProfile, particularly in relation to the JCP, before discussing the current state and future roadmap plans for the community.
Unlocking the potential of Red Hat OpenShift's API for DevOps
Jason O'Connell, Macquarie Bank
Wayne Dovey, Red Hat
Red Hat OpenShift
is the perfect platform for running microservices, but how do you manage many of them, all being developed by different teams and deployed to production on a daily basis? Environment and release management requires elegant solutions that can enable quick iterations and fast feedback. Service reliability demands the ability to narrow down root causes quickly, and safely mitigate and resolve incidents. In this fast-paced session, we will delve into how Macquarie Bank achieves this by using Red Hat OpenShift's APIs for a variety of tools, including automation, monitoring, release management, and root cause analysis. Attendees will learn in detail about the rich API that Red Hat OpenShift provides, and how easy it is to build and integrate your own tooling into the Red Hat OpenShift ecosystem.