Containers

Containers Red Hat

Introduction to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform

Check out this presentation & demo with Gautham Nagaraj as he introduces the core tenants of Digital Transformation, why containers are the way forward on the technological side and how Kubernetes ,and more importantly Red Hat OpenShift, can help your organization.

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Red Hat Security

Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security with Michael Foster

Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security (RHACS) integrates security into Kubernetes environments using its rich context and native controls to protect cloud-native applications across build, deploy, and runtime. As deployments scale, organizations must simplify how they manage and secure these crucial environments. Let’s start as if it’s day 1 with RHACS and work to build a […]

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Containers

Recommended container OS + JFrog & Snyk extensions deep dive

Docker explores not one, but TWO extensions of the week, one fun fact, and one sad rant about being an only child.

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Red Hat

Ask an OpenShift Admin (E76) | MicroShift in Action

Operating at the Edge is a very broad topic, so we’re continuing the conversation around the Edge by bringing Henry and Diego who are both Product Managers for MicroShift to discuss and show us MicroShift in Action. Join Andrew Sullivan and Jonathan Rickard Wednesdays at 11 a.m. ET for a full hour explicitly designed to […]

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AI Containers Red Hat

What will the Next Generation of AI/ML Application Development Look Like? Hint: Embrace the Container Revolution

In this rapidly changing world we need a way to quickly, efficiently and powerfully experiment with AI/ML concepts and systems. The revolution of Containers has brought a new facet into the equation; the ability to rapidly build, test and repeat AI/ML applications extremely easily while efficiently using compute resources. This talk will present an overview […]

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Containers Red Hat

Ask an OpenShift Admin (E67) | Making Virtual Machines do a Kubernetes dance

Virtual machines have been a part of OpenShift since version 4.5, when OpenShift Virtualization was released as a fully supported feature for all entitlements. As OpenShift Virtualization has matured it has become more and more integrated with other features of OpenShift, such as Pipelines, Service Mesh, GitOps, and more. This stream we’re joined by Chandler […]

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Containers Red Hat

How to Recover control plane nodes and deploy custom Grafana

Losing a control plane node is no fun and can be a shock for OpenShift administrators who then need to figure out next steps to recover the cluster. Fortunately, with OpenShift, there is a way to recover your control plane and minimize degraded cluster operations! Did you know that Red Hat has plans to remove […]

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Red Hat

Managing container image lifecycles

What happens when you have to upgrade container images in production? If you’re new to container management, maintaining container image lifecycles may seem complex or intimidating. We’ll explore the Red Hat Ecosystem Catalog and Container Catalog and discuss how often to upgrade, automating upgrades, Certified Container Images, the Container Health Index and more.

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Containers Red Hat

Ask an OpenShift Admin (Ep 62) | MicroShift

Need to run Kubernetes at the edge? A small form factor version of OpenShift designed for edge computing devices would be great. This is exactly what MicroShift provides. In this episode, Miguel Angel Ajo and Ricardo Noriega De Soto join the show to discuss MicroShift. They’re both helping to develop Microshift – OpenShift tailored for […]

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Developer Red Hat

The Developer Kubernetes Experience

“Developers don’t care about Kubernetes.” This might seem surprising, but think about it: Developers thrive in environments where they can spend their time writing code, using the language, tools and cloud(s) they prefer, and without delays. Implementation details, like Kubernetes alone, aren’t their focus. In this video, RedMonk founder, principal analyst and author of “The […]

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