DevNation Day India 2022 - Accelerate and modernize application development with OpenShift Developer Console (ODC) and odo
This session will talk about how OpenShift Developer Console (ODC) and ODO can enhance the developer experience and accelerate application development lifecycle on OpenShift 4.0.
The usual process of application development involves developers spending their time interacting with web and CLI tools; ODC and ODO can fit right into these categories.
OpenShift Developer Console provides an enriching experience through a web console that provides developers the ability to deploy an application with a few clicks, while ODO enables them to build, run and deploy their application on an OpenShift cluster seamlessly and continuously via the command line interface.
Jaivardhan Kumar(Jai) is Open Source Software Enthusiast, working with the Red Hat Hybrid Application Console group as an Engineering manager. Jai contributes to projects like OpenShift, fabric8-analytics, and technologies that revolve around IDEs, and user interfaces/web. Jai is based out of Bangalore and likes reading books and spending time with family.
Parthvi is a developer for odo: the CLI tool for Red Hat OpenShift application developers. She has a background in Quality Engineering working on Red Hat CloudForms and Red Hat Insights. When not working on odo, she likes to dive into projects in the Kubernetes ecosystem and is a noob contributor to it. She has a huge fondness for dogs.