Red Hat Summit 2018: San Francisco: Building Production Ready Containers

Red Hat Summit 2018: San Francisco: Building Production Ready Containers

This presentation is a 16 slide introduction to what must be thought about when building a production cloud. Proper image management is critical engineering task.

Hacker’s Guide to Installing OpenShift Container Platform 3.9

Hacker’s Guide to Installing OpenShift Container Platform 3.9

  Background My problem, like most technologists, is that I only have a slice of my time to dedicate toward acquiring and maintaining knowledge about any given technology, product, project, tool, platform, etc. Split that with the fact that almost every CIO is preaching that we, as technologists, need to be closer to the business,

Kubernetes is a 10 Ton Dump Truck That Handles Pretty Well at 200 MPH

Kubernetes is a 10 Ton Dump Truck That Handles Pretty Well at 200 MPH

Recently, I read another article that critiqued Kubernetes as having a steep learning curve. At conferences, I also hear a lot of people in the Kubernetes community talk about how we need to make it more easy to onboard people. While I think it’s a noble goal to make Kubernetes more usable, I don’t think

Container Portability: Part 3

Container Portability: Part 3

The Paths Forward In Container Portability: Part2: Code Portability Today, we discussed how there are no regression tests, there is no complete interface standard, there is definitely pain ahead if we think we can use today’s container images (level 3B) on tomorrow’s container hosts (level 3A), 10 years from now. So, what’s the solution? With

Container Portability: Part 2

Container Portability: Part 2

Code Portability Today In Container Portability: Part 1: A Brief History in Code Portability, we explored the genesis of code portability and visited structured computer organization to highlight the six commonly found levels in modern computing. Revisiting the six layers – nobody debates the portability of the upper two layers – Application Programmers know that C

Container Portability: Part 1

Container Portability: Part 1

A Brief History in Code Portability Do you know why you can take a Python program and run it on any computer that has a Python interpreter on it? Well, because the computer industry has made a huge amount of investment into providing portability over the last 70 years. In the beginning, computers didn’t have

Red Hat Tech Exchange 2016: Ho Chi Minh: Linux Containers 101, 201, and 301

Red Hat Tech Exchange 2016: Ho Chi Minh: Linux Containers 101, 201, and 301

This presentation is a 16 slide introduction to what must be thought about when building a production cloud. Proper image management is critical engineering task.

Securing Docker Containers with sVirt and Trusted Sources

Securing Docker Containers with sVirt and Trusted Sources

Background As has been stated before, Docker containers do not contain all of the parts of the operating system necessary to be considered secure. That said, the advantages of using them is so compelling that many companies, large and small, have began to investigate how to run containers in a production environment. I would argue

A Practical Introduction to Docker

A Practical Introduction to Docker

Esta presentacion fue presentado en CampusLink 2.0. Fue la primera vez que yo he hablado profesionalmente en Español. Disfruté esta experiencia demasiado y espero tener la oportunidad hacerlo de nueva en años futuros.