OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
In this briefing, Red Hat's Alessandro Arrichiello, Luca Bigotta and Luca Gabella (Red Hat) walk us thru leveraging containers for IoT Edge Deployments: in this scenario and discuss how developers are using OpenShift to build Edge Applications. Then they walked us thru a real use case scenario how developers can leverage OpenShift features for enabling Hybrid deployments on standalone Red Hat Enterprise Linux. In the demonstration, they also show using OpenShift’s Ansible Service Broker for automating the external deployment, and talked about using Ansible Tower when large scale ones will be needed.
Access the slides from this presentation:IoT Edge Deployments with OpenShift and RHEL
This the link to the github repository with details of the demo: https://github.com/alezzandro/iotgw_mainproject
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