The OKD Working Group held a virtual community-hosted workshop on testing and deploying OKD4 on March 20th.

On March 20th, OKD-Working Group hosted a day-long that brought together people from 17 countries from the OpenShift and related Open Source project communities to collaborate on testing and documentation of the OKD 4 install and upgrade processes for the various platforms and to identify any shortcomings with the current documentation for these processes and triage them together.  

The day started with all attendees gathering together in a ‘main stage’ area for 2 hours where community members and working group co-chairs introduced themselves and gave a short welcome along with the following four presentations:

Attendees then broke into track sessions specific to the deployment target platforms for deep dive demos with live Q/A, answered as many questions as possible about that specific deployment target’s configurations, attempted to identify any missing pieces in the documentation and triage the documentation as we went along.

The 4 track break-out rooms met for ~2.5 hours of deployment walk thrus, demos and Q/A with session leads:

Our goal was to triage our existing community documentation, identify any shortcomings and encourage participation in the OKD-Working Group’s testing of the installation and upgrade processes for each OKD release.

Additional Resources:

If you are interested in participating in the OKD Working Group, please join here.

If you are looking for more information about OKD, please visit OKD.io.


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