Simplifying Cloud Database Service Access from OpenShift
OpenShift Database Access is a cloud service that makes it easier to discover, provision, connect and control access to managed databases from OpenShift. In this presentation you will learn how Red Hat OpenShift Database Access (RHODA) can help admins enable developers to self-serve credentials in a consistent way across database providers while gaining visibility and governance of what applications use what databases. The demo will also show how developers can import Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) Provider Accounts directly into their application namespace without any administrative intervention and share with fellow developers. At the present time RHODA supports managed database services provided by Amazon RDS, MongoDB Atlas, Cockroach Labs and Crunchy Data. The sample apps used in the demo will cover different programming frameworks like Quarkus, NodeJS, Spring Boot and GoLang.
-Why Red Hat OpenShift Database Access (RHODA)?
- Deploying RHODA Operator
- Setup Managed Cloud Database Services
- IT Admins RHODA Setup - Developer Self-Service with RHODA
Veda is a Senior Principal Product Manager working to deliver Red Hat OpenShift Database Access (RHODA) as a managed service offering. Veda has deep experience in Red Hat’s storage portfolio performing multiple roles from Solution Architecture to Product Marketing for products like OpenShift Container Storage, Ceph and Gluster. Outside Red Hat, Veda had an interesting stint at a hot GPU-based Geospatial Analytics startup in San Francisco. As their first full-time developer advocate & evangelist he helped build a vibrant user community and authored many blogs, traveled extensively conducting workshops & webinars at user conferences/meetups, and hackathons at major US universities.