An Introduction to Kubernetes through OpenShift

Building Cloud Native applications and deploying to Kubernetes can be difficult and overwhelming for those new to that way of working. It doesn't have to be!

One option for deploying to Kubernetes available on Azure is Red Hat OpenShift. Not only does it simplify your deployments, it adds modular components on top of Kubernetes to provide more functionality, security, and usability.

This talk will walk you through getting up, running, and deploying on Azure Red Hat OpenShift.


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Nigel Brown

Nigel Brown

Developer Advocate - IBM

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