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.
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