COMPREHENSIVE CLASSROOM SESSION:
Containers are the de facto platform for application development. But Containers 2.0 have evolved into an enterprise-class platform for running mission-critical applications in production, with far greater efficiency, agility, and performance than virtual machines.
However, IT operations teams struggle with legacy VM infrastructure that can’t keep pace with containerization, and application owners need expert advice as they transition from expensive and inflexible proprietary databases to more modern and efficient open-source approaches.
Attend this deep-dive training and become a master of Containers 2.0 — enabling digital transformation, accelerating time to market, and driving revenue growth. The intensive full-day session will feature best practices from industry experts as you take containers from dev/test into production.
You’ll learn how to:
- Rapidly deploy hyperconverged bare-metal container infrastructure to accelerate performance, slash costs, and simplify management.
- Build a production-grade, end-to-end container solution that addresses security, microservices, and a service mesh architecture using a CI/CD model.
- Consolidate and reduce expensive legacy database spend by leveraging technologies with roots in open source and commercial support for containerized deployments in production.
Register now for this intensive technical session. You’ll get live demos, a training handbook, an attendance certificate, lunch, and a chance to network with your peers at a session after-party — all at no charge!
Check in and networking.
Section 1: Choosing the right container infrastructure. Why bare metal is better than VMs. Addressing day 1, 2, and 3 container infrastructure challenges. Real-world container use cases. Diamanti briefing and demo.
Lunch and networking.
Section 2: Get a comprehensive strategy for securing your containerized cloud-native applications, and how to deploy and apply a service mesh to a microservices based applications. Red Hat OpenShift briefing and demo.
Section 3: Consolidate and reduce expensive legacy database spend by leveraging technologies with roots in open source and commercial support for containerized deployments in production. MariaDB briefing and demo.
Q&A panel discussion.
Attendance certificates, networking, mixer.
San Francisco: Completed
Intersection for the Arts
901 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA, 94103
San Jose: Completed
1250 Borregas Ave.
Sunnyvale, CA 94089
November 13: Chicago:
Red Hat Chicago
101 N Upper Wacker Dr #150
Chicago, IL 60606
New York City: Completed
Red Hat New York
140 Broadway # 2450
New York, NY 10005