Catch up on anything you might have missed.
The Fedora Layered Image Build System is built using a combination of open source projects. The main elements are: Docker, Koji, OpenShift Origin, Atomic Reactor, and OSBS Client.
Discussion and demonstration of the ins and outs of implementing the Proxy, RouterMesh and Fabric model Microservice network architectures in OpenShift.
CoScale’s Peter Ariji and Samuel Vandamme will demonstrate how to monitor your OpenShift environment with CoScale’s container monitoring platform.
Derrick Sutherland of Shadow-Soft will address cyber security concerns in a DevOps world and demonstrate how using SecurePaaS on OpenShift automatically and without developer intervention, introspects, federates, and injects identity, authentication, authorization, & auditing (IAAA) into an application’s source code, uniquely protecting IT assets.
Diamanti’s converged infrastructure is purpose-built to serve developers and provides deep integration with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.
Explaination of how to efficiently tackle the complexities of microservice architectures in Continuous Delivery and perform root-cause analysis once in production in seconds, instead of weeks, with Dynatrace on OpenShift.
DJ will demonstrate how to deploy GitLab in OpenShift using GitLab’s official Docker image and help you get familiar with the Gitlab web interface and CLI tools that will help you achieve your application development goals.
Covering how an issue becomes a disclosed vulnerability, how to determine the risk associated with your container usage, and potential mitigation patterns you might choose to utilize to limit any potential scope of compromise.
Judd will walk us thru a deployment on Dell’s reference architecture with 192 cores and whole lot of RAM, Ceph and/or Compellant and/or Equallogix storage backends.
This talk will discuss persistent storage in OpenShift; how to configure it and best practices.
Making OpenShift Container Platform 3.3 FISMA compliant is easier than ever with the OpenShift Compliance Guide.
Erik will explain the design of a native Kubernetes scheduler back-end in Spark and demonstrate a Spark application submission with OpenShift.
Michael Withrow will give us an overview of container security issues and a walk-thru using Twistlock’s offering with applications deployed in containers on OpenShift.
Stephen Braswell will kick-off the .EDU conversation with a presentation on the OpenShift use case(s) at UNC/Chapel Hill and talk about their experiences migrating from V2 to V3 as well as their future plans for utilizing the platform.