The Gathering kicked off with a deep dive and demonstration by Red Hat’s Clayton Coleman on “Kubernetes as the Control Plane for the Hybrid Cloud” and if you saw his 5-minute keynote at Kubecon/EU on the topic, you’ll definitely want to watch the long version and gain more insights into the future of Kubernetes.
The event included 8 Case Studies by delivered by End Users from Amadeus, Anthem, Discover Financials, Rohde and Schwarz, Bank of Oklahoma ODC Noord, and SIX Digital Exchange on production deployments of OpenShift, all of whom shared their insights and lessons learned and graciously answered questions from the live audience.
End User lead sessions also covered a wide range of upstream open source projects including Submariner, Spiffe, Spiffe, Flux, and a wonderful deep dive demonstration of the RHEL Container Tools including Podman, Buildah, Quay, Skopeo, Clair and S2I by Elif Mosessohn-Samedin (Take Off Labs) and Mihai Criveti (IBM).
As the event took place on May the Fourth, there were plenty of the prerequisite Star Wars references from our co-host Stu Miniman!
If you were unable to attend, we’ve created a YouTube playlist for your viewing pleasure.
This virtual OpenShift Commons Gathering on KubeCon EU brought together engineers, architects, and community development experts from across the globe and multiple time zones to discuss control planes, text analytics, container technologies, and interoperability as related to OpenShift and the open source software projects used within the commons communities.
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Cost and Resource Management of Modern CI/CD Infrastructure with OpenShift
Commons builds connections and collaboration across OpenShift communities, projects, and stakeholders. In doing so we'll enable the success of customers, users, partners, and contributors as we deepen our knowledge and experiences together.
Our goals go beyond code contributions. Commons is a place for companies using OpenShift to accelerate its success and adoption. To do this we'll act as resources for each other, share best practices and provide a forum for peer-to-peer communication.
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