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With Marek Sadowski (Developer Advocate, IBM).
Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 12:30 PM   Absolutely Free   Online
 
     
 
 
              

 
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Join our Build Smart on Kubernetes World Tour series. Explore the Red Hat OpenShift development environment & learn how to use many of the best parts of OpenShift. You use OpenShift to deploy a sample Node.js application on IBM Cloud. If you are new to OpenShift & Kubernetes, this webinar can help you understand core skills.

Register on Crowdcast: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/red-hat-openshift-world

What you will learn
In this online meetup developers will learn:

* Some introduction to Containers, Docker, Kubernetes, & OKD/OpenShift
* How to use OpenShift web client to visualize, browse, & manage the contents of projects
* How to use Command-line Interface (CLI) to managing your applications
* How to use OpenShift REST APIs to manage end-user applications, the cluster, & the users of the cluster
* The basics of OpenShift management
* How to create projects & assign their users (developers)
* Managing the Containers with builds & deployments
* The basics of the Networking - load balancing
* The basics of OpenShift based hosting with exposed services, the routes to the services, & scaling aspects of the container orchestration
* The toolchain with continuous integration (CI) & continuous delivery (CD)

The above functionality will be shown based on the following hands on examples:
- How to deploy a basic application from the Source to running Image (Source-to-Image)
- How to deploy a basic application from Github to running Image (Github-to-Image)

Who should attend
Developers, cloud developers, DevOps Engineers, full stack developers,

Speaker
Marek Sadowski, IBM Developer Advocate, https://twitter.com/blumareks

Register on Crowdcast: https://www.crowdcast.io/e/red-hat-openshift-world

 
 
 
 
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