Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud

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NYC Blockchain Center

54 W 21st St · New York, NY

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Join us at suite 1001 on the 10th floor.

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Details

Red Hat® OpenShift® on IBM Cloud is an extension of the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service, where IBM manages OpenShift Container Platform for you.

With Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud, developers have a fast and secure way to containerize and deploy enterprise workloads in Kubernetes clusters. OpenShift clusters build on Kubernetes container orchestration that offers consistency and flexibility for your development lifecycle operations.

In this workshop we will show you how to create your own OpenShift cluster on the IBM Cloud, how to use the oc CLI (command line interface) and how to use the OpenShift Web Console to deploy applications.

**In order to run these workshops, you need an IBM Cloud account**
**Please bring your Meetup RSVP Confirmation & ID to check-in**

Agenda:

6:30pm: Doors open, check-in, and get some food
6:45pm: Round-robin introductions & get to know each other
7:00pm - 8:30pm: Hands-on workshop
8:30pm - 9:00pm - Q&A
9:00pm - Venue closes

Get a head start with IBM Cloud, sign up via: https://ibm.biz/BdzAjk

About the Presenter

Nigel Brown is a Developer Advocate for IBM Cloud based in New York City. Originally from South Carolina, he was drawn to craft of software engineering because of the agency it provides to create and interact with worlds of his own creation. His passions in technology are community building, High Performance Computing, and free and open-source software (and hardware). His current favorite project is Alexandra Sunderland's SMS Internet (https://dev.to/twilio/using-twilio-to-build-the-internet-2cnf) due to the incredible problem solving involved. You can follow him on GitHub at the handle @pnbrown

Mary Grygleski is currently a Java Developer Advocate at IBM, specializing in Reactive Java systems. She started working as a software engineer with C and Unix, then got into Java, Open Source, and web development in the new Millennium, and now she is venturing into Reactive, Mobile, and the DevOps space. In her previous incarnations, she worked for several technology product companies in the Route 128 Boston Technology Corridor as well the San Francisco Bay Area. She now resides in the Greater Chicago area, and is an Executive Board member and the Director of Meetings for the Chicago Java Users Group (CJUG). She is also an active co-organizers for the Big Data Developers in Chicago, Chicago Cloud, and IBM Cloud Chicago meetup groups.