OpenShift Commons Briefing: Operators For Ansible People with Michael Hrivnak (Red Hat)
March 7, 2019 | by
In this OpenShift Commons Briefing, Michael Hrivnak, a principal software engineer at Red Hat, discusses how you can use Ansible to create Kubernetes native applications. Ansible Operator, included in the
Operator SDK, allows you to package your operational knowledge (how you install and maintain your application) in the form of Ansible Roles and Playbooks. While this talk does cover the usage of Ansible and how it's been integrated with the Kubernetes API, it also delves into the inner workings of the Ansible Operator itself, serving as a model for other such Operators to be built.
Additional guest speakers include: Carol Chen, Daniel Messer and Diane Mueller
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The next OpenShift Commons Gathering will feature some of the brightest technical minds in cloud technology discussing the future of OpenShift and its related upstream open source projects. With OpenShift Container Platform has gained adoption around the world, the OpenShift Commons Gathering offers talks from upstream project leads, and production case studies from users across multiple industries and use cases. This event will also include face-to-face meetings for all the OpenShift Commons Special Interest Groups and allow ample time for peer-to-peer networking.
Highlights of the upcoming Gathering in Boston include updates on the forthcoming Red Hat OpenShift 4.0 release. With the move to Operators in this next release, many of the talks at this upcoming Gathering focus on the usage and creation of Kubernetes Operators. Engineers from NASA, Thyssenkrupp Elevators, Volkswagen and Eli Lilly will be on hand to discuss their usage of the OpenShift platform to complete business goals.
Red Hat's CEO, Jim Whitehurst, will also be addressing the audience in a fireside chat format, discussing the implications of Kubernetes, OpenShift, and the digital transformation for enterprises around the world.
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WHEN: May 6th, 2019 Registration fee: $99 USD
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