With the state of everything going on in the world right now and not being able to connect in person, we want to try a new way to connect with our users and communities. May the 4th is a special day, so it’s the perfect day to announce that… we’re going live on Twitch from a galaxy far far away….or from the galaxy that you’re in.
Come hang out while we chat about the latest industry trends, topics, and technologies. Watch as we give live demos, watch us hack, fix, and even break a few things (that hopefully, we can fix).
Starting today, here is the content you can expect to see on our channel this week - so join us live at twitch.tv/redhatopenshift.
Welcome, Star Wars Day, OpenShift Highlights from Red Hat Summit
Chris Short & Erik Jacobs
May 4 - 9:00 AM ET
Creating an Ansible Operator from scratch
Christian Hernandez, Jay Dobies, Chris Short
May 4 - 3:00 PM ET
Demo: OCP IPI on RHV
Andrew Sullivan, Chris Short
May 5 - 2:00 PM ET
Monitoring your app with OpenShift & Prometheus
Erik Jacobs, Josh Wood
May 6 - 1:00 PM ET
Demo: Deploying and using OpenShift virtualization
Rhys Oxenham, Andrew Sullivan, Chris Short
May 7 - 2:00 PM ET
Deploying OpenShift on Packet.net
James Labocki, Erik Jacobs
May 8 - 2:00 PM ET
Before the first stream, stop by our Twitch channel to get a sneak peek at our team and the content you’ll see streaming on our channel.
Recently, Red Hat launched the Advanced Cluster Management tool, which aims to help organizations overcome the challenges of having applications deployed in multiple clusters and clouds. Red Hat is ...
This is a guest post by Pushkar Patel, Principal Product Manager, Citrix. The Operator Framework is an open source toolkit designed to package, deploy, and manage Kubernetes-native applications in a ...