OpenStack Summit 2018: Vancouver: Linux Container Internals

OpenStack Summit 2018: Vancouver: Linux Container Internals

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.

Red Hat Summit 2018: San Francisco: Hitachi & Red Hat collaborate: Container migration guide

Red Hat Summit 2018: San Francisco: Hitachi & Red Hat collaborate: Container migration guide

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.

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.

DevConf 2018: Brno: Understanding The Open Container Standards

DevConf 2018: Brno: Understanding The Open Container Standards

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.

Open Source Summit Europe 2017: Prague: Linux Container Internals

Open Source Summit Europe 2017: Prague: Linux Container Internals

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.

Why Portability is Not the Same Thing as Compatibility

Why Portability is Not the Same Thing as Compatibility

The Container Host *is* the Container Engine, and Container Image Compatibility Matters Have you ever wondered, how are containers are so portable? How it’s possible to run Ubuntu containers on CentOS, or Fedora containers on CoreOS? How is it that all of this just magically works? As long as I run the docker daemon on

Building an OpenShift Lab: Why I Used Atomic Host

Building an OpenShift Lab: Why I Used Atomic Host

RHEL Atomic Host requires a lot less configuration than a full RHEL Server installation. The docker daemon is installed and configured, storage is already setup to use device mapper on a dedicated LV, and the default tools necessary to install OpenShift are already installed. And as a bonus, the installation on my laptop in KVM virtual machines is about 10X as fast as installing a full RHEL installation.