DevSecOps: Building application and infrastructure security into operations

Explore how security teams build information security into their plans and set a direction for security automation. 

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What enterprise developers need to know about security and compliance

June 23, 2020

Securing distributed software systems might seem more complex than ever, but the working principles of good software security haven't really changed.

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Serverless applications made faster and simpler with OpenShift Serverless GA

April 30, 2020

Learn how OpenShift Serverless lets you focus on building and deploying next-gen applications with a wide choice of languages, frameworks, and environments.

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How to maintain stable build and deployment performance on Red Hat OpenShift

January 23, 2020

We introduce helpful, common tips for managing reliable builds and deployments on Red Hat OpenShift.

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Achieving DevOps with Containers: 3 things people miss by Scott McCarty

June 6, 2017

Scott McCarty shares how containers can help in the DevOps world, but pay attention to 3 items.

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Provision, Manage Tomcat with Fabric8

June 2, 2014

Fabric8 is a developer and operations dream :) It combines central management, automated environment creation and deep knowledge about your middleware integrations. It's an integration platform built for traditional environments as well as the cloud. In this demo, we look at using Apache Tomcat as the runtime container for our integrations

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Java EE in the Cloud

November 30, 2011

In this session, Pete will introduce to OpenShift, the fi rst Platformas-a-Service available for Java EE. He will show you how to create a new Java EE application and deploy it on OpenShift Express, a free, shared multi-tenant environment made to be as simple as possible to get started quickly. He’ll then deploy the same application to Openshift Flex, which...

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