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OpenShift Commons Gathering at Kubecon EU

4 May 2021 | 12:0017:30 CEST | Kubecon EU

OpenShift 4 Road Map Update 2021 - Rob Szumski, Michael Elder, Naina Singh, Jamie Scott (Red Hat)

OpenShift Commons Gathering at Kubecon/EU 2021 May 4th, 2021 Enabling Innovation Everywhere: Red Hat's Hybrid Multi-Cloud Road Map and OpenShift Release Update Rob Szumski (Red Hat) | Michael Elder (Red Hat) | Naina Singh (Red Hat) | Jamie Scott (Red Hat)

Kubernetes as the Control Plane for the Hybrid Cloud Clayton Coleman Red Hat OpenShift Commons 2021

OpenShift Commons Gathering at Kubecon/EU recorded May 4th, 2020 Kubernetes as the Control Plane for the Hybrid Cloud (Long Version) Speakers: Clayton Coleman (Red Hat) Joe Fernandes (Red Hat) https://commons.openshift.org/index.html

From OKD to OpenShift in 3 Years - Josef Meier (Rohde and Schwarz)

OpenShift Commons Gathering at Kubecon/EU 2021 May 4th, 2021 From OKD to OpenShift in 3 Years Speaker: Josef Meier (Rohde and Schwarz) https://commons.openshift.org/gatherings/OpenShift_Commons_Gathering_at_Kubecon_EU.html For more information visit: https://commons.openshift.org Additional Resources: https://okd.io https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/okd-wg

Kubernetes as the Control Plane for the Hybrid Cloud Clayton Coleman Red Hat OpenShift Commons 2021

OpenShift Commons Gathering at Kubecon/EU recorded May 4th, 2020 Kubernetes as the Control Plane for the Hybrid Cloud (Long Version) Speakers: Clayton Coleman (Red Hat) Joe Fernandes (Red Hat) https://commons.openshift.org/index.html

ODCN’s journey to connecting OpenShift clusters securely and transparently with Submariner

OpenShift Commons Gathering at Kubecon/EU 2021 May 4th, 2021 Title: ODCN’s journey to connecting OpenShift clusters securely and transparently with Submariner Speakers: Martijn Straatman (ODC-Noord) Stephen Kitt (Red Hat) Abstract: This talk will present a proof of concept built by ODC-Noord, from the perspective of the customer and of the engineers working at Red Hat. We will discuss the proof of concept as well as the collaboration itself. Overheidsdatacenter Noord (ODCN) provides modern, sustainable and reliable IT infrastructure for the Dutch government, running Kubernetes containers since 2018 on Tectonic, then OpenShift, on an OpenStack-based cloud. ODCN hosts a growing number of workloads, on multiple clusters, and the next step is to improve reliability by connecting clusters in different datacenters. Submariner provides secure connectivity between Kubernetes clusters, with transparent and configurable access to pods and services in other clusters. ODCN and Red Hat worked together to establish whether Submariner could meet ODCN’s requirements. The proof of concept got ODCN up to speed quickly on this new technology, and helped Red Hat drive the project’s roadmap in a customer-centric manner. https://commons.openshift.org/gatherings/OpenShift_Commons_Gathering_at_Kubecon_EU.html

Using Text Analytics and AI to reduce GDPR risk - Filippo Sassi (Version1)

OpenShift Commons Gathering at Kubecon/EU May 4th, 2021 Title: Using Text Analytics and AI to reduce GDPR risk - Filippo Sassi (Version1) Speaker: Filippo Sassi (Version1) Abstract: Want the power of text analytics but can't or won't use cloud-based services? No problem! In this talk, Filippo Sassi (Version1) will tell you how we leveraged the power of open source technology to mitigate GDPR risk, using best of breed open-source text analytics and AI services. Deployed on our customer's Openshift cluster, this solution now provides a broad text analytics capability which will be applied to many use cases beyond GDPR. Discusses implementation at Ireland's Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine https://www.gov.ie/en/organisation/department-of-agriculture-food-and-the-marine/ https://commons.openshift.org/gatherings/OpenShift_Commons_Gathering_at_Kubecon_EU.html

Banking App Modernization via the IBM Cloud Pak for Automation on OpenShift - BOK Financial

OpenShift Commons Gathering at Kubecon/EU 2021 May 4th, 2021 Title: Banking App Modernization via the IBM Cloud Pak for Automation on OpenShift Container Platform Speakers: Lance Preston (Bank of Oklahoma) Faizal Khader (Red Hat) Abstract: BOK is an acronym for "Bank of Oklahoma". The company's banking subsidiary BOKF, NA operates in 8 states under the brands Bank of Oklahoma, Bank of Texas, Bank of Albuquerque, and BOK Financial (in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, and Missouri). Bank of Oklahoma made a decision to modernize their IBM FileNet Content Management Suite in early 2020 by migrating to a container-based infrastructure. With the overall goal to improve development, delivery, and reliability for developers & operations on-premise & in the cloud for the bank. With this new environment based on Red Hat OpenShift 4x is able to scale its content management solution, reduce application delivery times while creating a scalable, vendor agnostic foundation for future cloud adoption. https://commons.openshift.org/gatherings/OpenShift_Commons_Gathering_at_Kubecon_EU.html

HealthOS: Enabling Standards-Based Healthcare Interoperability w/ Cloud Native & Zero Trust - Anthem

OpenShift Commons Gathering at Kubecon/EU 2021 May 4th, 2021 Title: HealthOS: Enabling Standards-Based Healthcare Interoperability with Cloud Native and Zero Trust Speakers: Frederick Kautz (Doc.ai) | Bobby Samuel (Anthem) Abstracl:

End to End OCP 4 clusters deployment automation in IT context at Amadeus

OpenShift Commons Gathering at Kubecon/EU 2021 Title: End to End OCP 4 clusters deployment automation in IT context at Amadeus Speakers: Thibaud Castaing (Amadeus) Maria Emmanuelli (Red Hat) Vincent Bronikowski (Red Hat) Abstract: Who doesn’t like listening to a success story full of challenges and wins? This story starts with a challenge, with the covid-19 pandemic. The project’s objective was to repurpose abandoned blades, by using OSP. It involves an innovative way to save resources and reduce the business impact of covid-19, using Red Hat Solutions. We’ll share the story of how Red Hat worked with Amadeus following Agile principles to deliver a disconnected install of OpenShift 4.6 with Calico on OpenStack. This process was automated End to End by combining several technologies into a tool following while adhering to Amadeus' need for synergy across platforms.This automation allows for the creation of clusters on demand in a repeatable way, serving as Cluster as a Service. Interested already? There’s more. Because a demo is worth a thousand words, we will show you the automation tool and share Amadeus’ testimony. https://commons.openshift.org/gatherings/OpenShift_Commons_Gathering_at_Kubecon_EU.html

Cost & Resource Management of Modern CI/CD infrastructure with OpenShift at SIX Digital Exchange

OpenShift Commons Gathering 2021 at KubeconEU May 4, 2021 Title: Cost & Resource Management of Modern CI/CD infrastructure with OpenShift Speakers: Saulius Prasmantas (SIX Digital Exchange) Radu Domnu (Red Hat) Marcel Haerri (Red Hat) Abstract: Operating modern CI/CD infrastructure requires a balance between fast resource availability during peak development time and cost optimization during downtime. With scalability features such as the Machine API and cluster autoscaler, OpenShift 4 can provide on-demand elasticity for development teams by enabling self-provisioning build servers and deployment environments, while at the same time optimize cloud platform costs by automatically expiring deployed workloads and removing temporary resources. In this session experts from the SIX Digital Exchange (SDX) and Red Hat Services will share their expertise on how to optimize GitLab CI runners on Openshift. You will learn - how easily you can run elastic Gitlab CI runners on OpenShift - how cluster autoscaler can help to scale infrastructure up and down based on developer demand - how to cut infrastructure cost, by automatically down scaling expired development environments - how to address provisioning latency of VMs on cloud platforms

Streamlining OpenShift Developer Experience by Building an Enterprise Helm Chart Repository Discover

OpenShift Commons Gathering at Kubecon/EU 2021 May 4th 2021 Title: Streamlining the OpenShift Developer Experience by Building an Enterprise Helm Chart Repository Speakers: Sachin Chavda (Discover Financial Services) Austin Dewey (Red Hat) Abstract: Developers have busy schedules when it comes to meeting deadlines. Using OpenShift accelerates delivery, but it takes time out of a developer’s schedule to become proficient, which can put deadlines at risk. To avoid this risk, OpenShift admins within the enterprise must provide a streamlined developer experience. Admins can provide such an experience by building an enterprise Helm chart repository. This repository contains Helm charts that abstract the complexity of deploying applications to OpenShift. The Helm charts do the heavy lifting of configuring OpenShift resources, so all the developer has to do is install the Helm chart using a single command from the Helm CLI. By using Helm charts, the developer experience on OpenShift is streamlined and allows developers to stay focused on meeting their deadlines. In this session, participants will learn how to design and build an enterprise Helm chart repository that will help drive OpenShift adoption within their organization. https://commons.openshift.org/gatherings/OpenShift_Commons_Gathering_at_Kubecon_EU.html

Lessons Learned Adopting RHEL Container Tools: Podman, Buildah, Quay, Skopeo, Clair and S2I

OpenShift Commons Gathering at Kubecon EU 2021 Title: Lessons Learned Adopting RHEL Container Tools: Podman, Buildah, Quay, Skopeo, Clair and S2I Speakers: Elif Mosessohn-Samedin (Take Off Labs) Mihai Criveti (IBM) Abstract: A hands-on demonstration of lessons learned migrating from other container build tools to the RHEL container ecosystem. We aim to explore a set of command-line tools that are able to operate without a container daemon, and namely: Buildah, Podman, Quay and Skopeo. In a nutshell, Buildah builds, Podman runs, and Skopeo transfers container images and Quay provides private and public container registries. We also look at best practices for building images that can easily be integrated into a CI/CD pipeline and vulnerability scanning with Clair and replacing previous build tools in our workflows. Understanding the impact of SELinux, namespaces and cgroups. Building container images for OpenShift. Replacing docker-compose with pods and adopting podman for testing ansible playbooks.

Where users, partners, customers, contributors and upstream project leads come together to collaborate and work together across the OpenShift Cloud Native ecosystem.

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Event Overview

This OpenShift Commons Gathering focused on End Users will be held on May 4th in Central European Summer Time (CEST).

The OpenShift Commons Gathering at KubeCon EU, will focus on talks from end users with production deployments of OpenShift sharing their use cases and lessons learned. Topics covered during this Gathering include hybrid cloud infrastructure, cloud-native development, and future technologies.

Where

Kubecon EU
Virtual Experience

When

Tuesday, 4 May 2021

Price

Free

Please note: Pre-Registration is Required and the Gathering will be held on Central European Summer Time (CEST).

Schedule

Code of Conduct: We follow the Code of Conduct of other events such as KubeCon. Similarly we are dedicated to providing a harassment-free experience for participants at all of our events, whether they are held in person or virtually. All event participants, whether they are attending an in-person event or a virtual event, are expected to behave in accordance with professional standards, with both this Code of Conduct as well as their respective employer's policies governing appropriate workplace behavior and applicable laws.

See sessions from previous gatherings

12:00
Welcome to the Commons: Unlock the Potential Diane Mueller (Red Hat)
12:03
Enabling Innovation Everywhere: Red Hat's Hybrid Multi-Cloud Road Map and OpenShift Release Update Rob Szumski (Red Hat)Michael Elder (Red Hat)Naina Singh (Red Hat)Jamie Scott (Red Hat)
13:00
Kubernetes as the Control Plane for the Hybrid Cloud Clayton Coleman (Red Hat)Joe Fernandes (Red Hat)

Speakers

Austin DeweySenior Consultant
Red Hat

Bobby SamuelVP, Engineering
Anthem

Clayton ColemanLead Architect, OpenShift and Kubernetes
Red Hat

Diane MuellerDirector, Community Development — Co-Host, OpenShift Commons
Red Hat

IntroDiane Mueller, Distinguished Community Architect, Director of OpenShift Commons, & Co-chair of the OKD-WG, the Community Distribution of Kubernetes that powers Red Hat OpenShift.

Elif Mosessohn-SamedinDevOps Engineer
Take Off Labs

Faizal KhaderSolution Architect Red Hat
Red Hat

Filippo SassiSenior Software Engineer
Version1

Frederick KautzDirector, Software Engineering
ShareCare/Doc.ai

Jamie ScottPrincipal Product Manager — Technical
Red Hat

Joe FernandesVice President Of Products, Cloud Platforms
Red Hat

Josef MeierCloud Architect and Evangelist
Rohde & Schwarz

Lance PrestonSenior Systems Engineer
Bank of Oklahoma

Marcel Haerri
Red Hat

Maria EmmanuelliCloud Consultant
Red Hat

Martijn StraatmanCloud Engineer (Product Owner)
ODC-Noord

Michael ElderSenior Distinguished Engineer, Advanced Cluster Management
Red Hat

Mihai CrivetiCTO Cloud Native and Red Hat Solutions
IBM

Naina SinghPrincipal Product Manager
Red Hat

Radu DomnuCloud Consultant
Red Hat

Rob SzumskiProduct Manager
Red Hat

Sachin ChavdaTechnical Architect
Discover Financial Services

Saulius PrasmantasSenior DevOps Engineer
SIX Digital Exchange

Stephen KittSenior Principal Software Engineer
Red Hat

Stu MinimanDirector,Market Insights,Red Hat Cloud Platforms
Red Hat

Thibaud CastaingSenior Service Reliability Engineer (DevOps)
Amadeus

Vincent Bronikowski Consultant
Red Hat

Venue

4 May 2021 | 12:0017:30 CEST

Virtual Experience
Kubecon EU