Kubernetes 101 - an Introduction to Containers, Kubernetes, and OpenShift

Webinar

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Sponsored by Red hat


Tuesday, May 19, 2020
1pm EST

Administrators and developers are increasingly seeking ways to improve application time to market and improve maintainability. Containers and Red Hat® OpenShift® have quickly become the de facto solution for agile development and application deployment.

Red Hat Training has developed a course that provides the gateway to container adoption by understanding the potential of DevOps using a container-based architecture. Orchestrating a container-based architecture with Kubernetes and Red Hat® OpenShift® improves application reliability and scalability, decreases developer overhead, and facilitates continuous integration and continuous deployment.

In this webinar, our expert will cover:
  • An overview of container and OpenShift architecture.
  • How to manage containers and container images.
  • Deploying containerized applications with Red Hat OpenShift.
  • An outline of Red Hat OpenShift training offerings.
John Walter
Solutions Architect, Training and Certification - Red Hat
John Walter is a Solutions Architect on the Red Hat® Training and Certification team specializing in cloud and DevOps technologies. As part of the Training team, his area of expertise includes the majority of Red Hat® cloud products, including Red Hat OpenStack® Platform, Red Hat Virtualization, and Red Hat OpenShift® Container Platform. Before joining Red Hat, John was a technical writer covering Internet of Things (IoT) and DevOps trends.

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