We hope that you all had a good start into the new year - the bad news is that we will have to run another meetup virtually, the good news is, we have 2 very exciting talks lined up.
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.
We will discuss a new set of open-source Container Management Tools starting from a hands-on demonstration. In a nutshell, Buildah builds, Podman runs, Skopeo transfers container images and Quay provides private and public container registries.
Moreover, we will take a look at best practices for building images that can easily be integrated into a CI/CD Pipeline and vulnerability scanning with Clair, thus replacing previous build tools in workflows.
Understand the impact of SELinux, namespaces and cgroups. Move from docker-compose to Podman pods. Build container images for OpenShift Container Platform.
Elif Mosessohn-Samedin DevOps (Automation) Engineer with experience in Infrastructure Optimization and Management. Red Hat Certified Architect in Infrastructure and ITIL Certified in IT Service Management. Advocate for Continuous Learning, Open Source Communities, and Technical Innovation.
Mihai Criveti Mihai builds containers for fun and profit, sometimes in the cloud, sometimes in his home datacenter, when the weather is cold. He’s also the CTO and Senior Technical Staff Member for Cloud Native and Red Hat Solutions at IBM, where he builds multi-cloud solutions based on Red Hat OpenShift.
Never change a winning team, right? Ian ‘Uther’ Lawson will give a quick update on the latest features within the latest OpenShift release. The format will be similar to the first, we will have a quick run through the latest features and then open the floor for questions - and hopefully answers :)
Ian ‘Uther’ Lawson Long time Java developer (since 1996 and Oak) and sometime .NET developer, now Principal Domain Solution Architect (OpenShift Evangelist) at Red Hat.