Developing on Linux Containers
Linux is containers. Containers are Linux. When you're familiar with Linux, then creating containers will become second nature. Here are some handy resources for you to develop applications on Linux Containers that can be deployed on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, and more.Requirements and/or pre-requisites
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Matt HIcks introduces Linux containers and explains why developers should care about them.
Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform allows developers to quickly develop, host, and scale applications in a cloud environment. Using Kubernetes to provide a secure, robust and extendable manner for orchestrating applications and OpenShift to further access management and build/deploy those services developers can own and maintain their applications through production environments. In this cheat sheet, author Ben Pritchett, provides: Step-by-step example to build, deploy and manage an application with OpenShift. A look at administrator tasks that can impact developers. Commands to manage an application’s lifecycle including resource management, cluster management, operational commands and more.
Andy presented this lightning talk at Red Hat Summit 2017.
Hear from Brian Gracely, Direcctor of Product Strategy, OpenShift, Red Hat and Chris Houseknecht, Principal Software Engineer, Ansible by Red Hat in this breakout session at Red Hat Summit 2017. In order to be prepared for the changes needed in a Digital Transformation, every company will need to evolve their technology, their organization model and their processes for interacting between people and technology. In this session, learn how composable container-management platforms, such as Red Hat OpenShift, can provide the framework to enable successful change in all three of those areas. Attendees will learn how to leverage platform technology to securely deploy applications across any cloud, reduce the time to build|test|run new and existing applications, and how both Developers and Operations teams gain greater visibility into the processes that will increase profitability for the business. https://www.redhat.com/en/summit/2017/agenda/session
Scott McCarty shares how containers can help in the DevOps world, but pay attention to 3 items.