Hands-on Kubernetes with OpenShift

Grant Shipley (21.Apr.2018 at 16:15, 50 min)
Talk at Longhorn PHP Conference 2018 (English - US)

Rating: 5 of 5

Have you heard of Docker and Kubernetes and know the basic concepts, but want a deeper dive on how to use them for day to day developer work? In this talk you will learn how to deploy and manage applications using the open source OpenShift project to truly simplify your development flow. Diving a bit deeper, we will learn how to use the Source 2 Image project to automatically build and deploy docker images straight from source code. After that, we will take it up a notch by learning how to add databases and scale the application to achieve fast response times for your users. And just for giggles, we will also learn how to do A/B and Blue / Green deployments. This is a hands on talk where the presenter will be live coding with very little slideware.

For this session, it is highly recommended that you also attend the "Kubernetes for PHP Practitioners" session that covers the basics of Kubernetes that will be used for the hands on portion of this lab.

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Rating: 5 of 5

22.Apr.2018 at 03:10 by Buster Neece (6 comments) via Web2 LIVE

Having this talk right after the Kubernetes introductory talk was very much a case of "if you liked dinner, you're gonna LOVE dessert!". I was in the frame of mind of being hyped up about Kubernetes already, and looking at the ways I could adapt my existing configuration to the K8S ecosystem, when a question came to mind...hey, is there some sort of UI for this thing?

Answer: Yes, there is (there are a few, really), and this demo of OpenShift was equal parts a powerful sell and downright wizardry, where I saw things I never thought I'd see a UI be able to do wtihout some tangled mess of configuration being needed.

Rating: 5 of 5

23.Apr.2018 at 18:45 by Donald Scott Brown (10 comments) via Web2 LIVE

Was a great and example of how easy to use. I will be giving it a test drive in the next few weeks.

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