Containers are a developer's best friend. Quickly developing your code, dropping it into a container and running it anywhere you like can be intoxicating. But what happens to that container once it leaves your laptop? What do your Ops teams have to know, and what do they have to do to keep your containers happy and healthy and scaled up for production?
Join this webinar about how container-native storage offers developers the ability to dynamically provision storage for their modern applications. Exploring your containers' journey using practical examples, we'll cover:
-What actually happens when you create a Linux® container with Red Hat® OpenShift Container Platform.
-How container-native storage lets you dynamically provision storage for your modern applications.
-How to persist your Red Hat Gluster Storage container registry with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.5.
RecordedJun 20 201861 mins
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Chris Sexsmith solutions sales specialist, Red Hat
Join this webinar to see why it’s time to make a strategy move with cloud, container, and Software-as-a-Service technologies reaching maturity. We’ll cover:
Detailed viable strategies to minimize costs by commoditizing existing assets.
A tried and tested path to building a lean, agile IT model for true innovation.
Modernizing apps and infrastructure to take advantage of new technologies at a viable and stable pace.
Invest the resulting ROI from modernization to strengthen the value of your business.
John Osborne principal OpenShift architect, Red Hat & Glen Kosaka vice president of product management, Neuvector
NeuVector, a software company focusing on container network security, uses security features built into Red Hat OpenShift to provide defense in depth for business critical production deployments. This webinar will cover:
Potential attack vectors for container deployments and explain how the combination of Red Hat OpenShift and NeuVector can detect and prevent damaging attacks.
How to integrate security into the pipeline using Red Hat OpenShift and NeuVector automation and integration points.
Walter Bentley, Automation Practice Lead, Red Hat Consulting
Every solution starts with sharing a problem. At Red Hat, when we talk about open source, we're talking about a proven way of collaborating to create technology—the freedom to see the code, to learn from it, to ask questions and offer improvements. This represents the open source way. However, bringing together people in your organization to collaborate is often easier said than done. At Red Hat, we’ve created communities of practice (COP) to help our own people collaborate, especially on new and emerging technologies—including automation.
During this session, you’ll learn how to build your own automation community of practice in your organization. The session will cover topics like: What is a COP and why should you build one. How to get started. How to get people to participate. How to grow the community.
Belkacem Moussouni, Automation Business Development Lead, Red Hat
Red Hat Ansible Automation is powerful—so powerful that it automates more than just your Linux environment. It can also automate your Windows environment, your network, your cloud, and more. In this session, learn how Ansible Automation can help automate entire IT business processes across the IT stack and gain tremendous value.
Jon Benedict, Portfolio Solutions Director, Red Hat
In this session, we'll focus on implementation strategy for IT automation and management across hybrid clouds. We'll provide customer success examples, additional market data, and information on how the Red Hat IT automation and management pieces fit together.
Jon Benedict, Portfolio Solutions Director, Red Hat
Learn the market realities and demands that cause IT organizations to look for automation and management solutions–and the challenges they face in trying to implement them. We'll focus on the ways Red Hat can help return control to the organization, and we’ll provide customer examples.
Pete Cruz, Manager Hybrid Cloud Management Product Marketing, Red Hat
Increasingly, enterprise IT organizations are shifting workloads to run in hybrid cloud architectures using a mix of public cloud services and dedicated datacenter resources. New applications are being written and constantly updated using agile methods supported by microservices and containers. Data integration and business process transformation are operational imperatives as enterprises create new information-driven services and customer engagement models. In this hybrid cloud era, the stability and security of core enterprise platforms is critical.
Whether deployed on bare metal, a managed cloud service, or on public cloud infrastructure, IT ops teams need to maintain consistent operating system configurations, patches, security policies, and container images. Speed, agility, and security are crucial, as are open source management platforms and programmatic policy-driven approaches. In this keynote, you will learn 5 important ways that your IT operations team must use analytics and automation to ensure future hybrid cloud success.
There are many different practices and frameworks to implement agile, and it can be easy to lose sight of why agile integration is needed. This Red Hat® Consulting whiteboarding video introduces a pragmatic take on why business outcomes need to be the focus rather than one right framework. This video covers the Mobius loop and how the addition of the foundation layer can help your organization shift the conversation from how to why. Learn more at openpracticelibrary.com and contribute your ideas at github.com/openpracticelibrary.
Jeremy Banks . Red Hat Consulting and Jim Dillon, Red Hat Consulting
Does it take too long for your organization to onboard new developers? Does your organization miss opportunities due to long application delivery cycles? If so, your organization can benefit from adopting a microservices architecture. Join Jeremy Banks and Jim Dillon in this Red Hat® whiteboarding video as they discuss benefits that Red Hat Consulting customers have realized by implementing microservice architectures.
Matthew Ryan Sawyer senior consultant, Red Hat & Jean Figarella principal consultant, Red Hat
If you have a disconnected Red Hat® Satellite server, are considering a disconnected build, or just enjoy everything Satellite, this is the place for you.
In this webinar, we’ll cover the gamut of designing, implementing, and maintaining a disconnected Satellite server, including:
Critical design decisions to prevent issues later on.
Deploying your disconnected setup for the first time and its challenges.
A simplified look at operations and maintenance routines.
Tips, tricks, and features—including unique issues tied to specific Satellite versions
Red Hat® CloudForms® 4.6 provides a new way to migrate virtual machines (VMs) to Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) environments like Red Hat Virtualization and Red Hat OpenStack® Platform in a simple, optimized, and efficient way. Watch this Red Hat Consulting whiteboarding video to see how this powerful tool works.
Get an exclusive look at the online subscription that gives you 1-year access to 50+ courses covering Red Hat® Enterprise Linux®, Red Hat Ansible® Automation, Red Hat OpenShift®, and much more. In this deep dive by the Red Hat Training team, you’ll see how to take advantage of a full suite of Red Hat course offerings for you and your teams.
Master Red Hat technologies with on-demand access to the high-quality content of our traditional classrooms. Enhance your knowledge with cloud-based labs, and more.
In this webinar, our team will show you how to:
Take courses and complete hands-on labs online, at your own pace.
Customize your learning experience by crafting a learning plan for yourself or your team.
Showcase an actual Ansible cloud automation lab using the subscription.
Take Red Hat exams to obtain certifications.
Join us to learn about a cost-effective way to validate and improve your skills.
This Red Hat® Consulting whiteboarding video covers solutions available for monitoring your Red Hat OpenShift® cluster. It also discusses how better monitoring can lead to increased platform stability, more efficient resource utilization, and increased key performance indicator (KPI) coverage for tracking continuous improvement.
Matt Takane consultant, Red Hat Consulting, Red Hat & Tim Beattie manager, Red Hat Consulting, Red Hat
As more customers—big and small, across verticals and geographies—look to different practices and various frameworks to implement agile, it can be easy to lose sight of the “why.” In this session, we will provide a pragmatic take on why business outcomes need to be the focus rather than one right framework. You’ll learn about a new approach to facilitate productive and effective conversations around business outcomes, and you’ll leave with practical tips, practices, and stories that demonstrate how to shift the conversation from “how” to “why.”
Derek Foster, Red Hat Consulting & Krystal Ying, Red Hat Consulting
Moving to the cloud can seem daunting, but it can be worthwhile. Join Derek Foster and Krystal Ying in this Red Hat® Consulting whiteboarding video as they discuss migrating Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform-hosted applications to run on Red Hat OpenShift®, and the resulting capabilities and improvements, such as horizontal scaling, load balancing, and support for continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD).
Learn how open source technologies can support public sector missions
Government agencies demand performance, transparency, and value—exactly what Red Hat and open source offer. Red Hat is the standard choice for Linux in governments worldwide.
Our cloud, virtualization, app development, storage, platform and service-oriented solutions bring real freedom and collaboration to federal, state, local, and academic programs. And Red Hat’s worldwide support, training and consulting services bring the power of open source to your agency.
We are a part of a larger community working together to drive innovation. Learn more at www.redhat.com/government.