I want to apologize for the lack of activity of this MeetUp in the past, but with the ever increasing interest and adoption of OpenShift, I promise that will change in 2018!
Next Tuesday, learn from the Red Hat experts and our community of partners that develop, maintain and have deployed OpenShift. Here is the link to the registration page with more details.
Also be on the lookout for the upcoming GA release of OpenShift v3.7....the announcement may be at KubeCon, or at the OpenShift Commons. Lots of great new features and enhancements
Sorry again for the lack of activity.
Please contact me with any questions, comments, or better yet, suggestions for future OpenShift MeetUps in 2018!
Thanks and hope to meet you in the sessions, or during the happy hour that follows. I am based in Austin, so if you want to have a more personal discussion about OpenShift, just email me.
2pm UPDATE --- The exhibit hall does not open until 5pm, so let's stay within the convention center, and just move to one of the tables on the 1st floor, north side of the building. I am wearing a black Red Hat shirt. See you soon!
O'Reilly's Open Source CONference is happening this week at the Austin Convention Center. Drop by the Red Hat booth Tuesday afternoon, and let's talk about the OpenShift v3.2 which was released last week. If some attendees don't have OSCON badges, then we can move over the Hilton or somewhere more convenient for all.
I recently took the organizational reigns of this MeetUp, and wanted to introduce myself and see who will be attending the DevOpsDays event http://www.devopsdaysaustin.com/ on May 2-3 at the UT Darrell K Royal stadium. Should be fun! Please reach out if you will be attending so we can grab lunch or something. I should have some OpenShift swag on me.
If you are attending or not, please propose some topics or questions so we can start filling up a calendar of interesting and entertaining meetings.
Red Hat Middleware, PaaS, and mobile
In this meetup, we'll review the fundamentals and benefits of OpenShift and PaaS. Specifically, you'll learn how to:
- Get started with OpenShift as the PaaS for your web application.
- Create an account and namespace.
- Deploy applications using the command line tools or the web console.
- Add and manage the MongoDB backend.
- Manage application changes with Git.
- Make deployments a snap with an instant app and a quick start.