Many eBooks, Jenkins containers, Tekton Pipelines, and 6 lessons on Istio Service Mesh
Useful links to live events, videos, meetups, tech books and books are below in our weekly post.
The tale of how OpenShift Serverless GA Serverless applications made faster and easier
Good fellow OpenShift Serverless lets you focus on creating and deploying next-generation applications with a wide selection of languages and environments.
- An easy way to quit smoking and start creating custom Jenkins containers
Start a new one
Cheat sheet: How to write Kubernetes Operator on/in Java
This cheat sheet on how to create a Kubernetes Operator in Java using Quarkus. CRD and Java code, registering CRD in the Kubernetes client, implementing and deploying Operator.
- Tutorial: Using Ansible Collections to configure and manage complex systems
Recording a Red Hat CodeReady webinar
We’re talking about a developer tool that makes cloud application development suitable for teamwork: using Kubernetes and containers, you provide any member of the development team or IT professionals with a consistent, pre-configured development and testing environment. Developers can create code, build applications, and test in containers running on Red Hat OpenShift. The user interface is as fast and familiar as the integrated development environment (IDE) on your favorite laptop.
July 6, 2020
Master Course: Kubernetes for Continuing
Perform smooth updates with the right health and availability sensors and manage the configuration of your applications.
Webinar: Red Hat OpenStack Platform
On the eve of the release of Red Hat OpenStack Platform 16.1, we will talk about the latest additions and improvements to the product, which is an effective innovative IaaS platform that is optimally suited for the tasks of building a hybrid cloud and hundreds of Kubernetes clusters, network virtualization (NFV), peripheral computing (edge), machine learning and artificial intelligence.
Webinar: CI/CD and Kubernetes
July 16, only with us and only for you - Dmitry Sevostyanov, Honored Architect of Red Hat, will tell about his own view on development and CI/CD:
1) assembly of a simple application (microservice);
2) integration of microservices with other applications or services outside the OpenShift cluster;
3) integration capabilities with Single-Sign-On servers;
4) transition from simple assembly to conveyors (CI/CD):
4a) Jenkins Classic Conveyor
4b) a kubernetes-like tekton-oriented pipeline
4c) miracle operators - the most advanced solution for the delivery and management of applications.