Provide Feedback on the OpenShift Console at Red Hat Summit
May 6, 2018 | by
The OpenShift User Experience team wants your feedback! We will be at Red Hat Summit in San Francisco, May 8th through May 10th. Visit us and participate in an OpenShift related activity in the Feedback Zone. You have an opportunity to impact the future of the OpenShift Console!
We want to hear from OpenShift and Tectonic console users. Here’s a preview of some of our activities:
Do you have a hand in software development? Review and discuss forward-looking mockups for a potential Topology view. In addition to getting your feedback, we would like to discuss your own requirements and potentially diagram your software infrastructure. Ask for Chris at the Feedback Zone to participate in this 15-20 minute activity.
Are you familiar with Kubernetes or a current user of OpenShift or Tectonic? Help us understand which Kubernetes objects are most important to you, as well as how you categorize and interact with them in your own environment. Participate in a hands-on activity utilizing legos. We hope to gain insight on how to structure the console navigation in the future. Ask for Colleen at the Feedback Zone to participate in this 10-15 minute activity.
Do you want to learn more about the Tectonic User Experience? If you are an OpenShift user, tell us what you think about some of the design patterns and flows in the Tectonic console. Do you want to learn more about the OpenShift User Experience? If you are a Tectonic user, tell us what you think about some of the design patterns and flows in the OpenShift web console. Ask for Tony at the Feedback Zone to participate in this 15-20 minute activity.
Do you use the OpenShift service catalog frequently? As the complexity of the OpenShift catalog increases and the number of available services continue to grow, we need to be sure users can navigate the service catalog efficiently. We want to learn how you interact with the service catalog and how you make decisions when browsing and/or searching. Ask for Serena at the Feedback Zone to participate in this 15-20 minute activity.
Participants receive a gift, while they last.
Where Can You Find Us?
The Red Hat UXD team will be featured in the Feedback Zone in Level 2 Lobby of Moscone West along with CEE and the Open Brand Project.
Times: - Tuesday May 8th, 10am-5pm - Wednesday May 9th, 10am-5pm - Thursday, May 10th 10:30am- noon
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