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Tuesday, May 8
10:00am Deploy a containerized HCI IaaS with OpenStack and Ceph Rhys Oxenham, Red Hat; Gregory Charot, Red Hat; Sebastien Han, Red Hat; John Fulton, Red Hat show more Description In this lab, you will get hands-on experience on how to use Red Hat OpenStack Platform director to deploy a containerized hyper-converged Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) with Red Hat OpenStack Platform and Red Hat Ceph Storage. These types of deployments appeal to telco customers interested in putting dense OpenStack clusters on the edge of their network for NFV applications and lowering costs for global, enterprise proof-of-concept deployments by reducing the hardware footprint. Red Hat Openstack Platform 12 introduces the containerization of services. In this lab, you will also learn how Ceph Storage containers are deployed, as well as the isolation mechanisms used to ensure that storage does not overlap compute resources, and vice versa, while still providing the performance users and operators expect from Red Hat OpenStack. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 156 Speakers Rhys Oxenham Red Hat Gregory Charot Red Hat Sebastien Han Red Hat John Fulton Red Hat From source to RPM in 120 minutes Adam Miller, Red Hat Inc show more Description In this lab, we'll learn best practices for packaging software using the Red Hat Enterprise Linux native packaging format, RPM. We'll cover how to properly build software from source code into RPM packages, create RPM packages from precompiled binaries, and automate RPM builds from source code version control systems (such as git) for use in CI/DevOps environments. And finally, we'll hear tips and tricks from lessons learned, such as how to set up and work with pristine build environments and why such things are important to software packaging. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 157 Speakers Adam Miller Red Hat Inc LEGO Labs—experience an Open Innovation Labs residency Matt Takane, Red Hat; Josh Ranoa, Red Hat; Tim Beattie, Red Hat show more Description Ever wonder what a Red Hat Open Innovation Labs residency is like? Want to experience the methods and practices used by the Open Innovation Labs team to accelerate iterative delivery of working and tested products? Join us in this fully immersive and highly interactive Lego Labs residency. No coding is involved, so no coding experience is needed. This lab is an immersive, fun, and energetic activity to get hands-on experience building products using lean, agile, and continuous delivery practices simulating many of the tools and techniques we use in Open Innovation Labs. Just a few of the practices that everyone will experience include: - Product visioning. - Agile release planning. - Product ownership. - Social contracting / team chartering. - Refactoring. - Rapid prototyping. - Scaled (multi-team) agile. - Having fun with lots of high fives. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 154 Speakers Matt Takane Red Hat Josh Ranoa Red Hat Tim Beattie Red Hat Practical OpenSCAP Martin Preisler, Red Hat; Watson Sato, Red Hat show more Description In this hands-on lab, we'll review using OpenSCAP to perform automated security compliance for bare-metal machines, virtual machines, and containers. SCAP content customization lets you fit security policies to your use case. -Evaluate targets using the command-line and GUI interface. -Learn how to scale to small and large infrastructures using Red Hat Satellite 6. -Explore new possibilities to generate Ansible Playbooks from security compliance content, then deploy at scale using Red Hat Ansible Tower. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 158 Speakers Martin Preisler Red Hat Watson Sato Red Hat Red Hat CloudForms with Red Hat Ansible Automation—Better together Víctor Estival López, Red Hat; Christian Jung, Red Hat; Michael Lessard, Red Hat; Goetz Rieger, Red Hat; Fabien Dupont, Red Hat show more Description Have you heard about the embedded Ansible theme of Red Hat CloudForms? Keen to learn more? Join us in this lab session for hands-on exercises utilizing Red Hat Ansible Automation in CloudForms. In this lab, we'll start with a brief overview presentation. Then, you will configure your CloudForms instance for embedded Ansible Automation and add a playbook repository. Next, you will learn how to use Ansible Playbooks to create service catalog items for the CloudForms self-service portal. Finally, you will use Ansible Playbooks as actions in CloudForms Policies and finally learn how playbooks can be run from custom buttons. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 159 Speakers Víctor Estival López Red Hat Christian Jung Red Hat Michael Lessard Red Hat Goetz Rieger Red Hat Fabien Dupont Red Hat The Ceph data show Kyle Bader, Red Hat, Inc.; Karan Singh, Red Hat show more Description Storage is an inextricable component of every data processing environment. Object storage allows in-situ analysis to use various query engines. In this lab, we'll discuss why object storage for big data workloads is an emerging phenomenon and how it provides a degree of flexibility not possible with traditional approaches. We'll explain how to architect object storage into a data platform, including several popular query engines: Hive, SparkSQL, and Presto. In the hands-on segment of the lab, attendees will learn how to configure various query engines to communicate with an object store using the S3A filesystem client. To demonstrate how public cloud methods can extend to the private cloud, we'll review how to deploy a Ceph-based object store and configure it as an S3A endpoint. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 155 Speakers Kyle Bader Red Hat, Inc. Karan Singh Red Hat The future of telco is open Roz Roseboro, Heavy Reading; Paul Fischer, Bell Canada; SIMHADRI YADAVALLI, ROGERS COMMUNICATIONS; Michael Lapish, TELUS; Phil Ritter, Verizon; Tommi Berg, Elisa Corporation show more Description Join the Red Hat telecommunications team and your peers for this featured session. Heavy Reading principal analyst Roz Roseboro will set the scene, and we'll follow with a lively dialogue with speakers from Bell Canada, Elisa Corporation, Rogers Communications, TELUS, and Verizon. A series of 20-minute “lightning talks” will follow with Red Hat technologists covering blockchain, 5G, mobile edge computing (MEC), and artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) for telco. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:00AM - 12:30PM Location 2012 Speakers Roz Roseboro Heavy Reading Paul Fischer Bell Canada SIMHADRI YADAVALLI ROGERS COMMUNICATIONS Michael Lapish TELUS Phil Ritter Verizon Tommi Berg Elisa Corporation Unleash the power of BPM with mobile and APIs Waqaas Kausar, Red Hat; Alistair Jarrett, Red Hat; Jon Walton, Red Hat; Fintan Mahon, Red Hat; Ian Watson, Red Hat show more Description One of key differentiators of Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite is that it is a completely open RESTful API. As a result, you can flexibly fit your process into any desired interface. In this hands-on lab, we'll examine a BPM application, understand the architecture of the BPM engine, and review some important API calls. Next, we'll expose those APIs with Red Hat 3Scale API Management and take a look at how access to the APIs can be managed. Finally, we will use those APIs and generate a task list in a mobile app using Red Hat Mobile Application Platform. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 153 Speakers Waqaas Kausar Red Hat Alistair Jarrett Red Hat Jon Walton Red Hat Fintan Mahon Red Hat Ian Watson Red Hat
10:30am 3 principles for securing and well-managing your Linux VMs in Azure Scott Woodgate, Microsoft; Won Huh, Microsoft show more Description Business units and developers are leveraging cloud to drive business innovation and agility. And, they are seeing amazing results. However, cloud security and management is not always top-of-mind for them and often is an after-thought, which increases the company’s exposure to unnecessary cloud risks. In this session, you will learn that it’s a joint responsibility between cloud vendor and customers to keep their Linux virtual machines, applications and workloads, and data secure and well-managed. Come join us to learn 3 basic principles to successfully deploy and manage Linux environment in the cloud. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2006 Speakers Scott Woodgate Microsoft Won Huh Microsoft Ansible-Powered Red Hat Storage One: A hands-on experience Dustin Black, Red Hat; Marko Karg, Red Hat show more Description In this workshop, we'll deep dive into the Ansible and Python components of Red Hat Storage One, our new quick-deploy Gluster storage offering. We'll dig into the technical and business challenges that led to the creation of the Colonizer and show how we've integrated a huge wealth of software-defined storage experience to simplify adoption to mostly a "units of storage" decision. We're interested in feedback and collaboration from our software-defined storage (SDS) users and enthusiastic attendees at Red Hat Summit to help us learn more about practical challenges to help us further refine and improve the project. Attendees will have a chance test drive the quick-deploy system. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 12:30PM Location 206 Speakers Dustin Black Red Hat Marko Karg Red Hat Automating the enterprise Jan Myklebust, Mr; Denise Glasscock, Accenture LLP show more Description Automation’s best use cases are repeatable, yet time-intensive, processes with predictable outcomes that IT teams can build and run without constant attention. The next wave in automating the enterprise is dependent on intelligent automation. Attend this session to get a glimpse into: • Some trends of AI and machine learning that enables cognitive computing • Accenture’s vision of intelligent automation • A compelling use case on how this would apply to application maintenance Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2002 Speakers Jan Myklebust Mr Denise Glasscock Accenture LLP Beyond the MVP: Large-scale Red Hat OpenShift at Deutsche Bank William Dettelback, Deutsche Bank; Chris Milsted, RedHat show more Description Deutsche Bank rolled out a minimally viable Red Hat OpenShift platform at the end of 2016. By the Fall of 2017, that platform had grown across two geographies spanning nine clusters and hosting a thousand projects and many thousands of pods. In this session, we will compare the initial vision for the platform with what was delivered and highlight the top lessons learned. We will discuss the nontechnical challenges and solutions used to roll out new technology like Red Hat OpenShift at a large scale. Top technical challenges and pain points and their corresponding solutions will be discussed in detail. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 208 Speakers William Dettelback Deutsche Bank Chris Milsted RedHat Bring your own device and build cloud-native apps Veer Muchandi, Red Hat Inc; Ram Maddali, Red Hat Inc; Christian Hernandez, Red Hat; Samuel Tauil, Red Hat; Robert Sandoval, Red Hat show more Description Get things done with Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes. Cloud-based deployments are increasingly common across the enterprise, but development occurs in the sunshine—not in the cloud. Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes delivers multiple programming models for modern, cloud-native development, and all of them run on a laptop, as well as an OpenShift cloud. Bring your own device (BYOD) to set up Red Hat OpenShift and an IDE—and get started building cloud-native apps. IMPORTANT: This BYOD workshop has these pre-requistes for the device that you come with: 1. You will need to bring a computer where you can install Red Hat Development Suite (https://developers.redhat.com/products/devsuite/overview/). So please make sure you have rights to install software on your device. 2. Red Hat Development Suite 2.3 is supported on the following platforms. So your device must be one of these: • Windows 7, 8, and 10 • macOS 10.9 or newer • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 3. Red Hat Development Suite 2.3 spins up a virtual machine on your box. Supported hypervisors are: • Windows: Hyper-V, VirtualBox 5.2.8 • macOS: VirtualBox 5.2.8, Xhyve • Red Hat Enterprise Linux: KVM - Please ensure you have VirtualBox pre-installed. - Ensure Virtualization is enabled on your machine. - If macOS: In a terminal, run the sysctl -a | grep machdep.cpu.features command. The result will be a string of features. If the output includes VMX, the machine has Virtualization enabled. If not enabled see your system’s documentation for instruction. - If Windows: Ensure that Virtualization is enabled in your machine’s BIOS settings. If Red Hat Development Suite is run on a new system, ensure that Virtualization is enabled in the BIOS settings. This is required to run VirtualBox. See your system’s documentation for instructions to change BIOS settings. 4. Recommended system requirements for Red Hat Development Suite are: • 16 GB RAM • 47 GB disk space • CPU Intel i5 2GHz or better 5. Ensure that Java SE 1.8.0 is installed: If macOS: Download and install Java SE 1.8.0 Build 111 from the Oracle website: Java Download. 6. Ensure Maven 3.5 or above is installed. 7. GitHub Account: You will need a GitHub account if you don’t have one, please create one here https://github.com/join?source=header-home Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 12:30PM Location 214 Speakers Veer Muchandi Red Hat Inc Ram Maddali Red Hat Inc Christian Hernandez Red Hat Samuel Tauil Red Hat Robert Sandoval Red Hat Charting new territories with Red Hat Chris Wright, Red Hat show more Description What emerging technologies is Red Hat exploring? Attend this session where Red Hat CTO Chris Wright will provide insights into Red Hat’s research, innovation efforts, and direction related to emerging technologies, such as serverless, artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, and more. Learn how innovative projects and technologies are evolving to help you plan and refine your IT strategies and roadmaps. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2016 Speakers Chris Wright Red Hat Containers, microservices, serverless: On being serverless or serverful Burr Sutter, Red Hat show more Description The first generation of microservices was primarily shaped by Netflix OSS and used by numerous Spring Cloud annotations all throughout your business logic. The next generation of microservices will use sidecars and a service mesh. In this session, we'll give you a taste of Envoy and Istio, 2 open source projects that will change the way you write distributed, cloud native, Java applications on Kubernetes. Then we'll show you the power of Serverless architecture. Serverless is a misnomer; your future cloud native applications will consist of both microservices and functions, often wrapped as Linux containers, but in many cases where you, the developer, ignore the operational aspects of managing that infrastructure. In this session, we start off building a Function-as-a-Service (FaaS) platform with Apache OpenWhisk deployed on OpenShift. With OpenShift being the de facto platform for cloud-native Java applications, we'll explore further to see how to make cloud-native Java applications (a.k.a microservices) complement the serverless functions. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 207 Speakers Burr Sutter Red Hat CoreOS and Red Hat Joe Fernandes, Red Hat; Reza Shafii, Red Hat; Clayton Coleman, Red Hat; Brandon Philips, Red Hat show more Description Earlier this year Red Hat announced that we had acquired CoreOS to expand our leadership in Kubernetes and Containers in OpenShift and across our product portfolio. Since then our joint product teams have been hard at work on integration plans. Come to this session to learn more about CoreOS solutions, our integration roadmap, and how this will help us bring new capabilities to build, run and manage containerized applications in hybrid and multicloud environments. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2007 Speakers Joe Fernandes Red Hat Reza Shafii Red Hat Clayton Coleman Red Hat Brandon Philips Red Hat Deploying SELinux successfully in production environments Daniel Walsh, Red Hat; Jerone Young, Red Hat; Lukas Vrabec, Red Hat show more Description This presentation will provide an in-depth discussion on implementing Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) in enforcing mode in enterprise production environments. We will go over real-world implementations, give demonstrations, and review strategies used in a successful rollout. Topics include: • Discuss real-world SELinux Red Hat Consulting engagements, demonstrating native and third-party tools used to accomplish log analysis, patching using Red Hat Satellite, and automation using Red Hat Ansible Automation. • Provide SELinux troubleshooting techniques and training strategies. • Demonstrate SELinux policy creation for custom applications—and answer common questions. • Show how SELinux policy can be carried over into modern, container-based environments. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2008 Speakers Daniel Walsh Red Hat Jerone Young Red Hat Lukas Vrabec Red Hat Developing .NET Core applications on Red Hat OpenShift John Osborne, Red Hat; Harold Wong, Microsoft Inc; Harold Wong, Microsoft show more Description Microsoft's approach for the past several years has been to enable Linux and open source technologies to be first-class citizens in the public cloud. From the developer perspective, this approach includes creating fast and lightweight containers with .NET Core using Visual Code (VSCode). This joint session with Red Hat and Microsoft will demonstrate the benefits of developing cross-platform applications in .NET Core on Red Hat OpenShift. This session will cover life from the developer point of view and focus on not only when to use .NET core but how to maximize developer productivity. It will cover the latest advancements in VSCode and other tools and tips to accelerate .NET Core development on Red Hat OpenShift. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 215 Speakers John Osborne Red Hat Harold Wong Microsoft Inc Harold Wong Microsoft Distributed API management in a hybrid cloud environment Thomas Siegrist, Swiss Federal Railways; Christian Sanabria, ipt; Christoph Eberle, Red Hat show more Description Swiss Railways operates a substantial Red Hat OpenShift hybrid cloud installation, hosting many thousand containers. Introducing microservices at scale and moving to hybrid container infrastructures introduces a new set of challenges. What about security, life cycle, dependencies, governance, and self-service with thousands of services on a hybrid environment? To handle the enormous growth of APIs, an API management platform based on 3scale by Red Hat on-premise and Red Hat single sign-on (SSO) was built, integrating internal and external IdPs. The solution is portable, scalable, and highly available, and all processes are automated and available as self service. The platform is in production, serving multiple critical internal and external APIs targeting 100K+ API calls per second. In this session, you will learn about the benefits of building a fully automated self-service API management and SSO platform in a distributed, hybrid environment, how we approached the project, what challenges we faced, and how we solved them. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2003 Speakers Thomas Siegrist Swiss Federal Railways Christian Sanabria ipt Christoph Eberle Red Hat Eliminate adoption barriers with NFV transformation Rimma Iontel, Red Hat; Derek Li, Red Hat show more Description Network functions virtualization (NFV) has become the foundation for the telecommunications industry, promising to revolutionize the way communication service providers create and deliver services. However, telcos bear the weight of over a century of history in need of modernization and virtualization against exploding demand for instantly available, access-anywhere services. In this interactive session, Red Hat consultants review NFV use cases, challenges, and Red Hat NFVi reference architecture, sharing field experience for a successful NFVi architecture and deployment. During this discussion, the audience will have their most prevalent questions answered based on lessons learned from the field. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location Customer Success Zone, Moscone West, Level 2 Speakers Rimma Iontel Red Hat Derek Li Red Hat Ironic, VM operability combined with bare-metal performances Cedric Morandin, Amadeus show more Description Deploying a new OpenStack component is always a true adventure. Ironic combines this defy with the inherent complexity of manipulating hardware. Today, Amadeus R&D OpenStack platform offers the operational simplicity of VMs coupled with the bare-metal performances. In this session, we'll guide you through this exciting journey—looking at how we got there and the challenges still ahead of us. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2020 Speakers Cedric Morandin Amadeus Managing 15,000 network devices with Ansible Landon Holley, Red Hat; James Mighion, Red Hat show more Description Ansible allows network management across virtually any device platform. Any network device can be managed via SSH or an API. We took this cutting-edge network automation to scale with a customer’s global network infrastructure, giving them the ability to manage nearly all of their network devices at one time. In this session, we'll discuss the architecture and strategies involved in network automation. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2001 Speakers Landon Holley Red Hat James Mighion Red Hat Migrating your existing applications to Node.js on OpenShift Conor O'Neill, nearForm show more Description As more and more Red Hat customers make the move to OpenShift, many are using it as an opportunity to re-architect existing applications. The use of Node.js in these scenarios continues to grow at an amazing rate. In this session, nearForm will walk you through both the business and technical benefits of making the move to Node and full-stack JavaScript. We'll explain how developer productivity and organizational agility can accelerate with the move to OpenShift+Node. We'll share examples of best practices both from a development and DevOps perspective, including high availability for mission-critical applications. Just as importantly, we'll explain how to protect your investment in existing applications and how Node.js is ideal for integrating the old and the new. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 10:50AM Location 2010 Speakers Conor O'Neill nearForm Modern infrastructure provisioning with Red Hat CloudForms Dustin Scott, Red Hat; Matt Nolan, Red Hat show more Description Provisioning legacy infrastructure onto traditional platforms generally involves the use of manual processes and procedures, which can be time consuming and error prone. Automating those manual processes and procedures provides a improved time to market, consistency of infrastructure deployments, and promotes overall environment stability. In this session, we'll have an informal discussion about the concept of provisioning Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), and how Red Hat CloudForms helps solve actual business problems using a modern approach. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2103 Speakers Dustin Scott Red Hat Matt Nolan Red Hat Moving your physical Red Hat Enterprise Linux servers to Azure or AWS Dan Kinkead, Red Hat show more Description Cloud computing is projected to increase from $67B in 2015 to $162B in 2020 attaining a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19%. Gartner predicts the worldwide public cloud services market will grow 18% in 2017 to $246.8B. More businesses are moving to the cloud, but many don't know how to migrate their workloads there. In this session, we'll discuss how to prepare an image from your physical server to upload it to either AWS or Azure. We'll also see a demo of a custom Red Hat Enterprise Linux image being deployed in Azure after it has been uploaded to Azure. After this session, you'll understand some of the Azure tools you can use to help maintain your Red Hat Enterprise Linux infrastructure running in Azure as well as some AWS tools for use in AWS. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2011 Speakers Dan Kinkead Red Hat Rackspace Private Cloud as-a-Service Kenny Johnston, Rackspace show more Description Rackspace will discuss the customer advantages of Rackspace Private Cloud-as-a-service, including: • the benefits to enterprise IT, • Rackspace expertise and support deploying, managing and operating open-source clouds at scale, and • co-engineered and tested Red Hat integrated open-source offerings. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Kenny Johnston Rackspace Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform roadmap Dimitris Andreadis, Red Hat; Bilgehan Ozpeynirci, Red Hat show more Description Attend this session to learn the latest on Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (EAP), including: - What's new in JBoss EAP 7.1. - The road to Java EE 8/Eclipse Enterprise for Java (EE4J). - Red Hat JBoss EAP on OpenShift. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 216 Speakers Dimitris Andreadis Red Hat Bilgehan Ozpeynirci Red Hat Red Hat security roadmap for hybrid cloud Lucy Kerner, Red Hat; Mark Thacker, Red Hat show more Description For many enterprises, a hybrid infrastructure mixing existing IT infrastructure with public cloud represents the optimal path to flexibility, efficiency, cost savings, performance, and scalability. In fact, IDC predicts that “80% of IT organizations will be committed to hybrid architectures by 2018” and Gartner predicts that “by 2020, 90 percent of organizations will adopt hybrid infrastructure management capabilities." However, concerns about loss of control over data, consistent policy implementation, and privacy are still top barriers to hybrid and public cloud deployment. In this session, we'll share an overview of Red Hat’s product security roadmap as it relates to hybrid cloud. You'll learn about Red Hat’s product strategy for addressing key customer concerns about hybrid cloud security, such as: - Visibility and centralized management of the entire hybrid environment. - Ensuring governance and compliance to security requirements and regulations. - Data protection and security. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2004 Speakers Lucy Kerner Red Hat Mark Thacker Red Hat Smarter infrastructure management with Red Hat Satellite & Red Hat Insights William Nix, Red Hat, Inc.; Rich Jerrido, Red Hat show more Description Join members of the Red Hat Satellite and Red Hat Insights product teams to understand how the solutions together are enabling customers to consistently automate system maintenance, patches, and updates, as well as mitigate evolving risks to growing Red Hat infrastructure. Attendees will learn how to: - Take advantage of remote execution, scheduling, and Ansible Playbooks to create a smarter strategy for optimizing your IT infrastructure management. - Use the techniques used by many of our strategic partners and customers to deliver the safe, secure IT infrastructure required for some of the largest Red Hat deployments in the world. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2014 Speakers William Nix Red Hat, Inc. Rich Jerrido Red Hat The architecture of social innovation: Changing the world, one click at a time Deborah Leipziger, Babson College; Alexandra Machado, Red Hat; Iana Aranda, Engineering for Change; Melissa Sassi, Microsoft; Brandon Jung, Google show more Description Technology has a role to play in addressing major social problems: disease, violence, poverty, food insecurity, and climate change. Red Hat has the potential to crowdsource solutions for a more equitable and healthy global community. This panel will discuss the emerging architecture of social innovation by sharing inspiring stories of pioneering apps and their impact. We'll examine how designers are creating apps to bridge cultures and regions, as well as developed and emerging economies, to forge connection and opportunity. We'll also share stories about how technology is working to eradicate global poverty and disease, mitigate violence, and improve access to food and other resources. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2009 Speakers Deborah Leipziger Babson College Alexandra Machado Red Hat Iana Aranda Engineering for Change Melissa Sassi Microsoft Brandon Jung Google The automation journey: Red Hat Management Darren Orzechowski, Red Hat; Justin Nemmers, Red Hat, Inc. show more Description IT operations management is important regardless your organization's stage on the journey to DevOps. Whether you're struggling to improve management for your traditional environment, are fully cloud-native, or anywhere in between, Red Hat Management solutions like Red Hat Ansible Automation are key to achieving greater efficiency, productivity, and agility. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2022 Speakers Darren Orzechowski Red Hat Justin Nemmers Red Hat, Inc. Université de Lorraine secures research data with Red Hat Frederic Nass, Université de Lorraine; Sébastien Morosi, University of Lorraine; Tony Botté, Red Hat France show more Description The Université de Lorraine is the second largest university in France. With more than 55,000 students, nearly 2,000 of which are at PhD level, it aspires to be one of Europe’s premier education centers. In a competitive marketplace, high-quality research attracts the best students and commercial partners. To address the French government's research data security requirements and create a storage platform for its research laboratories, the university launched the Peta Storage Project. To support collaboration and innovative thinking, however, its storage had to be searchable, secure, cost-effective, and scalable. Attend this session to learn how Université de Lorraine worked with Red Hat to break free from the expensive lock-in of proprietary, hardware-based storage to a self-healing, stretched storage cluster based on standard servers and disks. Learn how the university works with Red Hat to preview new features and use cases, while Red Hat gains valuable insight into how these new features work in a real-world setting. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2024 Speakers Frederic Nass Université de Lorraine Sébastien Morosi University of Lorraine Tony Botté Red Hat France Why pay for open source software? Dave Neary, Red Hat; Jonathan Gershater, Red Hat show more Description The beauty of open source software is that anyone can download, install, configure, and use the code. Downloading and installing open source software suits developers and users in test and development installations. However, the challenge of using open source software in a production environment at scale is installing, configuring, and integrating the code, then effectively automating, monitoring, operating and securing a platform that includes compute, networking, storage, applications, and third-party ISV solutions. In this BoF, we'll discuss when you should consider using open source software and engage the community versus purchasing a Red Hat subscription for a supported, certified ecosystem of solutions. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2102 Speakers Dave Neary Red Hat Jonathan Gershater Red Hat
10:55am 5 ways Red Hat OpenShift enhances application development Elizabeth Matusov, Red Hat show more Description When considering Red Hat OpenShift, the conversation usually begins with DevOps. And while it’s true that DevOps is an incredibly important reason why Red Hat OpenShift is so impressive, there is so much more. The developer experience is enhanced in countless ways, which makes Red Hat OpenShift a useful tool for not just your deployments but also your personal development. This talk will highlight five unique ways that Red Hat OpenShift enhances application development, through both developer coding experience and CI/CD strategies that increase developer productivity. Attendees will leave inspired by new strategies for enhancing application development using Red Hat OpenShift, which will empower users to use these techniques more frequently. Time Tuesday, May 8 10:55AM - 11:15AM Location 2010 Speakers Elizabeth Matusov Red Hat
11:45am Automated legacy app containerization with Red Hat OpenShift & Red Hat Application Migration Toolkit Zohaib Khan, Red Hat; Marc Zottner, Red Hat show more Description Writing new cloud-native applications from scratch is cool, but what do we do with a large number of legacy applications already running in production? There is no magic OFF button for them. And yet, we need a reliable way to turn them into cloud-native apps without rewriting them from scratch. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could tell Red Hat OpenShift to just “figure it out?" Well, we sorta can. In this session we will: * Demonstrate the power of end-to-end automated pipelines with CI/CD in Red Hat OpenShift to analyze, containerize, deploy, and run Java-based legacy applications. * Generate containerizing strategies for various types of applications using Red Hat OpenShift S2I. * Wrap a few different types of applications to containers and deploy and run them on Red Hat OpenShift. * Look at application portfolio-level strategies and demystify application modernization. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 207 Speakers Zohaib Khan Red Hat Marc Zottner Red Hat Automating your Red Hat Virtualization environment with Red Hat CloudForms and Red Hat Ansible Engine Jon Benedict, Red Hat; Moran Goldboim, Red Hat show more Description In the modern datacenter, virtualization must be able to integrate easily with other key pieces of the infrastructure in order to optimize and streamline operations. Red Hat Virtualization 4.2 includes a number of Red Hat Ansible Engine roles and integrates with Red Hat CloudForms—resulting in faster deployments, configuration, and automation. In this session, Moran Goldboim, Red Hat Virtualization project manager, and Jon Benedict, Red Hat Virtualization tech evangelist, will demonstrate the automation of: * Application deployment. * Security and compliance. * Infrastructure configuration. Jon and Moran will provide both slides and prepared demos to highlight the automation and orchestration of Red Hat Virtualization with Red Hat Ansible Engine and Red Hat CloudForms. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2006 Speakers Jon Benedict Red Hat Moran Goldboim Red Hat BP building solid integration with Red Hat JBoss AMQ and Red Hat OpenShift Graeme Colman, Red Hat; Daniel Moelenbeck, BP; Steve Martin, BP show more Description BP has spent the last two years building a solid Red Hat OpenShift platform to run business-critical functions. Core to the business is the BP Integration Layer, which connects every part of BP's energy trading systems and requires reliability. BP's lead architects will talk about how the company built its integration layer with Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat JBoss AMQ, and software-defined storage using Red Hat Gluster Storage. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2009 Speakers Graeme Colman Red Hat Daniel Moelenbeck BP Steve Martin BP Building big data pipelines with SAP Data Hub with Red Hat OpenShift for Kubernetes container management Michael Eacrett, SAP; Balaji Krishna, SAP Labs show more Description Join SAP BigData Product team to learn about the latest SAP technology that helps customers upgrade their legacy ETL jobs to distributed Data Piplelines by leveraging SAP Data Hub to build, orchestrate and share pipelines that connect data coming from BigData landscapes such as Hadoop, Spark and Cloud Object stores (AWS S3, Azure ADL/WASB, Google GCS) with enterprise data from transactional/EDW systems such as SAP S/4, SAP BW and other non-SAP systems to build BigData Warehouses and IoT applications. We will share how Data Hub leverages Docker containers to deliver this latest application built from ground up to support dynamic scaling of resources using Kubernetes. Also learn about the early adopter customers that have gained instant success by implementing Data hub to solve their complex and disparate data problems. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2008 Speakers Michael Eacrett SAP Balaji Krishna SAP Labs Clouds today, serverless tomorrow: Your future apps and platforms Stephanos Bacon, Red Hat show more Description For years, the future of software architectures has been described as a proliferation of lightweight, cloud-connected devices. Many organizations are adopting microservices architecture (MSA) alongside more traditional ones to realize this future, wnhere modular systems can be created more quickly and managed on a scale that exceeds earlier approaches. And yet, we continue to move forward. An exciting future that includes serverless is emerging. Serverless is a major shift in the way developers will build and deliver software systems by further insulating them from infrastructure concerns. Each approach offers its own set of benefits and challenges. The reality is that most organizations will have a mixture of architectures, platforms, tools, and processes for the foreseeable future. How should you be thinking about the evolution of your application architecture and the platforms that support it? If you do it right, developers will be able to exploit complex logic and large datasets from a variety of sources to build applications that they could never have imagined just a few years ago. Attend this session to learn what existing and emerging technologies Red Hat is exploring in this area and which ones you be considering to tie it all together. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 208 Speakers Stephanos Bacon Red Hat Container-native storage and Red Hat Gluster Storage roadmap Sayandeb Saha, Red Hat Inc.; Sudhir Prasad, Red Hat show more Description In this session, you’ll learn about exciting innovations in the world of Gluster and Red Hat's container-native storage offering based on Red Hat Gluster Storage. Gluster Storage started out as a distributed filesystem in Red Hat six years ago, and it has come a long way since then. It is now Red Hat’s technology choice for containerized storage with Kubernetes, and the storage component for Red Hat’s first hyperconverged solution with Red Hat Virtualization. Red Hat's container-native storage offering runs containerized Gluster Storage as Kubernetes pods inside Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. It provides a consistent storage experience for Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift across the hybrid cloud. With significant new features, performance, and stability, Gluster Storage and container-native storage are compelling alternatives for traditional storage platforms, as well as an extremely valuable consistent storage layer on premise and across the three major public clouds. Learn more about the past, present, and future of these products in this session. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2001 Speakers Sayandeb Saha Red Hat Inc. Sudhir Prasad Red Hat Eclipse MicroProfile with WildFly Swarm Ken Finnigan, Red Hat; John Clingan, Red Hat show more Description What if there was a way you could take advantage of the latest microservices architectures by using many of the developers and skills you already have? In this session, we’ll show you how with Eclipse MicroProfile and Red Hat’s implementation, WildFly Swarm. We will discuss all the cool features it allows you to easily use, such as fault tolerance and metrics, and we will explain current roadmap plans. We will also include a demo that showcases what’s possible with Eclipse MicroProfile, utilizing the existing specifications and built with WildFly Swarm as the implementation. We will develop a simple microservice that integrates metrics, health checks, configuration, fault tolerance, open API, tracing, and type-safe REST clients. By the end of the session, attendees will have a better understanding of Eclipse MicroProfile and how to develop to it with WildFly Swarm. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2011 Speakers Ken Finnigan Red Hat John Clingan Red Hat Future and roadmap for developer tools Brad Micklea, Red Hat show more Description Learn where Red Hat is taking development tools. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 216 Speakers Brad Micklea Red Hat Hybrid cloud network interconnect with Ansible Peter Sprygada, Red Hat, Inc.; Steven Carter, Red Hat, Inc. show more Description As organizations look to operationalize hybrid cloud strategies, it is critical to be able to interconnect clouds together. By using Ansible, organizations can be assured that applications are connected regardless of where the workload is running. In this session, we'll dive into how to use Red Hat Ansible Automation to automate interconnecting public and private clouds at the network layer in support of deploying a hybrid cloud strategy. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2014 Speakers Peter Sprygada Red Hat, Inc. Steven Carter Red Hat, Inc. Next-generation tools for container technology Daniel Walsh, Red Hat show more Description Red Hat has been working with the open source community on new tools for working with containers. In this session, we'll demonstrate some of those new tools, including: - CRI-O for supporting Kubernetes workloads. - Buildah for building container images. - Skopeo for moving container images between container registries and stores. - System containers for running containers locally without requiring a container daemon - Kpod for running traditional command line containers. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2016 Speakers Daniel Walsh Red Hat Offensive security with Ansible Walter Bentley, Red Hat; Christopher Grimm, Red Hat show more Description Cybersecurity has increasingly become an area of concern across organizations today. Ansible is a leading automation tool for the system administrator, but how can you use it as an offensive security tool or as a way of managing enterprise security postures? As defensive technologies improve their ability to identify unusual processes and binaries on their endpoints, attackers also adjust their techniques, becoming more creative in order to stay under the radar. In this session, Red Hat consultants will demonstrate how Ansible can be used to both protect our systems and simulate real world attack scenarios. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location Customer Success Zone, Moscone West, Level 2 Speakers Walter Bentley Red Hat Christopher Grimm Red Hat Openness in a culturally diverse world Carol Chen, Red Hat show more Description We've all heard—and many of us here have preached—that openness is important for innovation and progress; however, do we think about openness in the same way? What are the expectations when one talks about "working in the open?" As we become more globalized, we need to identify and negotiate the differences in the understanding of openness before we can talk about true collaboration and inclusion. Can we find unity in diversity? In this session, I'll share my observations and experiences after living and working on 3 continents, with various companies, on open source events, and with open source communities. I'll also touch on adapting communication styles and tools effectively for different situations. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:05PM Location 2010 Speakers Carol Chen Red Hat Operations risk remediation in highly secure infrastructures William Nix, Red Hat, Inc.; Bill Hirsch, Red Hat show more Description If you have data concerns about using Red Hat’s operations analytics service, Red Hat Insights, this session is for you. Insights speeds up discovery and automates remediation of potential problems in your Red Hat infrastructure quickly and simply. In this session, you'll learn how to configure Red Hat Insights to obfuscate and remove sensitive data from Red Hat Insights analytics. You'll learn how Red Hat Insights securely transfers, stores, and protects the data it does use while you're taking advantage of the service. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2002 Speakers William Nix Red Hat, Inc. Bill Hirsch Red Hat Orchestrating Microsoft Windows containers with Red Hat OpenShift Subodh Bhargava, Microsoft; Patrick Lang, Microsoft show more Description Microsoft and Red Hat engineering teams have been working on enabling Windows container technology upstream in the Kubernetes ecosystem. We're ready to start showing how these technologies can be used by enterprises through Red Hat OpenShift. During this session, you'll hear from both Microsoft and Red Hat about the collaboration, the current solution, and the technology preview. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2022 Speakers Subodh Bhargava Microsoft Patrick Lang Microsoft Perspectives from the edge: Presented by Arm Jacob Smith, Packet; Dijam Panigrahi, Gridraster; Tushar Dadlani, Explorer.ai; Haseeb Budhani, Rafay Systems show more Description Technical stories from the trenches of the next frontier in cloud computing. As IoT, VR, and other new experiences explode into the world, Edge Computing is quickly evolving from a future-forward story to a real opportunity. With decades of experience pushing the envelope of mobile and embedded infrastructure, Arm's unique lineage leads it to ask: how can we help empower the next wave of innovators? What do they need as they embrace not only new geographic challenges, but also a new class of diverse, specialized hardware, 5G networks, and local regulation? This talk will feature a series of short technical presentations from Packet and other leaders that are innovating at the edge, including VR, Autonomy, IoT, and application delivery. Presentations will be followed by a short open discussion. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Jacob Smith Packet Dijam Panigrahi Gridraster Tushar Dadlani Explorer.ai Haseeb Budhani Rafay Systems Push-button deployments with Red Hat Management, 3rd edition Maxim Burgerhout, Red Hat; Laurent Domb, Red Hat show more Description Learn how to use the natively integrated Red Hat management portfolio to improve efficiency, automation, and overhead. In this session, we'll show how Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Ansible Tower, Red Hat Satellite 6, and Red Hat Insights can be used to deliver and retire multi-tier applications at scale using integrated Red Hat management components. Learn potential out-of-the-box capabilities, as well as what's needed to build custom automation. You'll leave with a new understanding of how to use Red Hat Management tools to solve real-world problems. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2004 Speakers Maxim Burgerhout Red Hat Laurent Domb Red Hat Red Hat Enterprise Linux roadmap Ronald Pacheco, Red Hat, Inc.; Denise Dumas, Red Hat show more Description Stay current with Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Attend this session to learn about plans, new features, and active development from the people responsible for the product. See how we're responding to our customers. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2007 Speakers Ronald Pacheco Red Hat, Inc. Denise Dumas Red Hat Red Hat Fuse 7 discussion: Ask us anything Keith Babo, Red Hat; Roland Huss, Red Hat show more Description Join Red Hat's engineering, product management, and expert field technologists to discuss a variety of topics related to enterprise integration and Red Hat Fuse 7, including best practices for adopting Fuse 7, migration advice, and roadmap plans. Ask questions, share your experience, and stump our experts to win a prize! Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2103 Speakers Keith Babo Red Hat Roland Huss Red Hat Red Hat research: The future is open Michal Kenneth, Red Hat; Hugh Brock, Red Hat show more Description As the rest of the world is shifting towards the open source model, so is the academic world. Research institutes are increasingly adopting the concepts that are the base of Red Hat's open culture. In this session, we’ll talk about our work with universities in Boston, Toronto, Brno Czechia, and Tel Aviv. We’ll describe who Red Hat partners with and why, reviewing specific projects. Attend this session to find out how to get involved with upstream projects that will shape the future of computing in academics and other industries. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2020 Speakers Michal Kenneth Red Hat Hugh Brock Red Hat Securing your open cloud-ready infrastructure without disrupting your operations David Gilpin, Oracle; Zeynep Koch, Oracle show more Description Security is one of the most important requirements for cloud infrastructure today. A study shows that 99.9% of vulnerability intrusions could have been stopped by a patch that had been released more than a year prior. How difficult is it for you to get agreement to patch vulnerabilities because it’s disruptive to operations? In this session we will demonstrate the business and technical advantages of using Oracle Ksplice to manage security fixes for an open cloud infrastructure built with Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2003 Speakers David Gilpin Oracle Zeynep Koch Oracle Shift security left—and right—in the container life cycle Siamak Sadeghianfar, Red Hat; Kirsten Newcomer, Red Hat show more Description The black hat hackers of the world are making the internet a challenging place and have forced all of us to spend a tremendous amount of time securing our systems and apps. In this BOF, join Red Hat and partners AquaSecurity, Black Duck, Sonatype, and Twistlock for a conversation about shifting security left—and right—in the container lifecycle. if you aren’t familiar with the shift-left principle, attend the session to find out how it helps you to improve container security. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2102 Speakers Siamak Sadeghianfar Red Hat Kirsten Newcomer Red Hat SQL Server and Red Hat Travis Wright, Microsoft; Bob Ward, Microsoft show more Description Microsoft and Red Hat are working together to bring the best in databases, Linux, containers, and the cloud together to give you even more flexibility and power to manage your data. Join this session to learn about the latest developments in SQL Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Azure, high availability on OpenShift, and containers. Time Tuesday, May 8 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2024 Speakers Travis Wright Microsoft Bob Ward Microsoft
12:10pm Exploring application portability across clouds using Kubernetes Ivan Font, Red Hat; Lindsey Tulloch, Red Hat show more Description With the increasing adoption of public cloud infrastructure, one must carefully navigate a variety of issues to allow for application portability across both on-premise and public cloud infrastructure. Come and see an emerging technology prototype from Red Hat's office of the CTO that combines Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Kubernetes, and new Kubernetes multicluster features to create a radical step forward in simplifying and accelerating the portability of applications. We’ll use a credible and fun reference game application based on Pac-Man. You can expect a walkthrough of how this stateful application was built and how Kubernetes multicluster features were used to deploy and easily move the application between public cloud providers, all while keeping the same entry point URL. Time Tuesday, May 8 12:10PM - 12:30PM Location 2010 Speakers Ivan Font Red Hat Lindsey Tulloch Red Hat
12:40pm Scaling your own secure PostgreSQL-as-a-Service with OpenShift Jeff McCormick, Crunchy Data show more Description Why choose one cloud provider when you could deploy your PostgreSQL clusters onto any infrastructure that meets your compliance requirements? Learn how Crunchy Data is transforming data management on the OpenShift platform with trusted containerized PostgreSQL deployments. In this talk, we will demonstrate how to use Crunchy PostgreSQL on OpenShift to provision PostgreSQL clusters with load-balanced replicas, bring up essential database services, and instantly failover with almost no downtime. You will see how using Crunchy PostgreSQL on OpenShift brings an easy-to-use, secure database-as-a-service into your trusted environment. Time Tuesday, May 8 12:40PM - 1:00PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Jeff McCormick Crunchy Data
1:00pm Defend yourself using built-in Red Hat Enterprise Linux security technologies Lucy Kerner, Red Hat; Paul Moore, Red Hat; Martin Preisler, Red Hat; Peter Beniaris, Red Hat, Inc.; Lukas Vrabec, Red Hat show more Description In this lab, you'll learn about the built-in security technologies available to you in Red Hat Enterprise Linux. You will use OpenSCAP to scan and remediate against vulnerabilities and configuration security baselines. You will then block possible attacks from vulnerabilities using Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux) and use Network Bound Disk Encryption to securely decrypt your encrypted boot volumes unattended. You will also use USBGuard to implement basic whitelisting and blacklisting to define which USB devices are and are not authorized and how a USB device may interact with your system. Throughout your investigation of the security issues in your systems, you will utilize the improved audit logs and automate as many of your tasks as possible using Red Hat Ansible Automation. Finally, you will make multiple configuration changes to your systems across different versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux running in your environment, in an automated fashion, using the Systems Roles feature. Time Tuesday, May 8 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 155 Speakers Lucy Kerner Red Hat Paul Moore Red Hat Martin Preisler Red Hat Peter Beniaris Red Hat, Inc. Lukas Vrabec Red Hat Getting started with Red Hat Ansible Tower Eric Lavarde, Red Hat; Goetz Rieger, Red Hat show more Description Red Hat Ansible Tower helps you centralize and control your IT infrastructure with a visual dashboard, role-based access control, job scheduling, and graphical inventory management. In this hands-on lab with Ansible Tower, you'll use your own Tower installation to work in the web UI. You'll start with configuring inventories and credentials, then learn how to integrate your playbooks. After configuring job templates, you'll run your first Ansible jobs from Tower. Finally, we'll show you how to give users without Ansible knowledge limited control of playbook execution and introduce you to the new workflows feature. This lab is best for people who already have experience with Ansible. Time Tuesday, May 8 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 154 Speakers Eric Lavarde Red Hat Goetz Rieger Red Hat Hands on with OpenStack and OpenDaylight SDN Rhys Oxenham, Red Hat; Nir Yechiel, Red Hat; Andre Fredette, Red Hat; Tim Rozet, Red Hat show more Description OpenDaylight is a Linux Foundation open source project that strives to further the adoption and innovation of software-defined networks (SDNs). Red Hat is bundling OpenDaylight as part of its Red Hat OpenStack Platform, featuring the OpenDaylight NetVirt application as an integrated back end to OpenStack Neutron. In this lab, you'll learn about the architecture and approach of OpenDaylight when combined with Red Hat OpenStack Platform and deployed through the Red Hat OpenStack Platform director. This will be a interactive, self-paced, hands-on lab, and you'll use both the command line and graphical user interfaces. You'll also learn. Time Tuesday, May 8 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 158 Speakers Rhys Oxenham Red Hat Nir Yechiel Red Hat Andre Fredette Red Hat Tim Rozet Red Hat Linux container internals: Part 1 Scott McCarty, Red Hat; John Osborne, Red Hat; Jamie Duncan, Red Hat show more Description Have you ever wondered how Linux Containers work? How they really work, deep down inside? How does sVirt/SELinux, SECCOMP, namespaces, and isolation really work? How does the Docker Daemon work? How does Kubernetes talk to the Docker Daemon? How are container images made? Well, we will answer these questions and more. If you want a deep technical understanding of containers, this is the lab for you. Join Red Hat engineers as we walk you through the deep, dark internals of the container host and what’s packaged in the container image. These hands on labs will give you the knowledge and confidence it takes to leverage your current Linux technical knowledge and apply it to Containers. Part 1 The first lab provides a foundation for understanding container more deeply. After attending Part 1, students will be able to: -Draw a diagram showing how the Linux kernel, services and daemons work together to create and deploy containers. -Internalize how the architecture of the kernel and supporting services affect security and performance. -Explain the API interactions of daemons and the host kernel to create isolated processes. -Command the nomenclature necessary to technically discuss container repositories, image layers, tags, registry server and other components. -Understand what the Open Containers Initiative and why this standard is important for your container images. -Internalize the difference between base images and multi-layered images. -Understand the full URL to an image/repository. -Command a complete understanding of what is inside of a container image. -Use layers appropriately in your architecture and design. Part 2 The second session builds upon the foundations covered in Part 1 and covers the following topics. After attending Part 2, students will be able to: -Understand the basic interactions of the major daemons and APIs in a typical container environment. -Internalize the function of system calls and kernel namespaces. -Understand how SELinux and sVirt secures containers. -Command a conceptual understanding of how cgroups limit containers. -Use SECCOMP to limit the system calls a container can make. -Have a basic understanding of container storage and how it compares to normal Linux storage concepts. -Gain a basic understanding of container networking and namespaces. -Troubleshoot a basic Open vSwitch setup with Kubernetes/OpenShift. -Understand the uses of multi-container applications. -Internalize the difference between orchestration and application definition. -Command basic container scaling principles. -Use tools to troubleshoot containers in a clustered environment. Time Tuesday, May 8 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 157 Speakers Scott McCarty Red Hat John Osborne Red Hat Jamie Duncan Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on Microsoft Azure Boris Baryshnikov, Microsoft; Alfred Sin, Microsoft; Michael Hausenblas, Red Hat show more Description Learn how to set up Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on Microsoft Azure and deploy applications on it. In this lab, you'll deploy a basic application in an OpenShift and Azure environment. For extra credit, you can set up an Azure Active Directory (AD) integration for your OpenShift environment. Note: This session will require prework to set up your Azure and Red Hat Developer accounts in advance of the lab. Registered participants will get Azure credits to use during and after the lab. Time Tuesday, May 8 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 153 Speakers Boris Baryshnikov Microsoft Alfred Sin Microsoft Michael Hausenblas Red Hat OpenShift for operators Erik Jacobs, Red Hat; Harrison Ripps, Red Hat, Inc.; Thomas Wiest, Red Hat; Daniel Messer, Red Hat show more Description OpenShift combines the speed and portability of Docker containers with the cluster management capabilities of Kubernetes. And for developers, the real power of OpenShift is the way it uses these technologies to provide full application life-cycle support—from source code through production application deployments. But what if the application you're trying to manage is OpenShift itself? In this lab, you'll learn how to manage all of the runtime aspects of an OpenShift cluster, from quotas and limits, to user management, to basic node host management tasks. Note: This lab is updated every year with the latest Red Hat OpenShift features for administrators. It is highly recommended for anyone considering an OpenShift deployment for their private cloud. Time Tuesday, May 8 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 159 Speakers Erik Jacobs Red Hat Harrison Ripps Red Hat, Inc. Thomas Wiest Red Hat Daniel Messer Red Hat Running data-streaming applications with Kafka on OpenShift Marius Bogoevici, Red Hat; Paolo Patierno, Red Hat; Paolo Patierno, Red Hat; Gunnar Morling, Red Hat; Gunnar Morling, Red Hat show more Description In this lab, you’ll learn the practical aspects of developing and running an end-to-end Kafka-based application on OpenShift. - In the first part, you'll learn how to run Kafka clusters on OpenShift, then get practical instruction on how to monitor and tune them for performance and resilience. - In the second part, you'll learn how to deploy Kafka-based applications on OpenShift by building an end-to-end solution of multiple microservices communicating through Kafka. Specifically, you'll learn how to use Debezium to stream database changes out of an existing application, how to run Kafka Connect sinks that write streaming data to external systems, how to process data streams using Kafka Streams, and how to use create and deploy Kafka microservices using Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes. Time Tuesday, May 8 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 156 Speakers Marius Bogoevici Red Hat Paolo Patierno Red Hat Paolo Patierno Red Hat Gunnar Morling Red Hat Gunnar Morling Red Hat
1:10pm Security best practices for hosting Linux workloads in Azure Devendra Tiwari show more Description In this security session, learn security best practices for Linux workloads in Azure. After the session, you should able to learn potential attacks, setup security policy, quickly find and fix vulnerabilities, and respond to threats across your entire IT infrastructure. Time Tuesday, May 8 1:10PM - 1:30PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Devendra Tiwari
2:30pm How cloud, APIs, and automation are changing financial services in a digital world Simon Cashmore, Barclays Bank; Jamil Mina, BMO Financial Group; Amine Boudali, Nordea; Jose Quaresma, Accenture; Gab Columbro, FINOS, Fintech Open Source Foundation (http://finos.org) show more Description Join the Red Hat Financial Services team and your peers to hear how cloud, APIs, and automation are changing financial services in a digital world. You’ll hear talks from some of our most innovative customers such as Bank of Montreal, Barclays, Citigroup, and Nordea, followed by what promises to be a lively panel discussion. Time Tuesday, May 8 2:30PM - 5:00PM Location 2012 Speakers Simon Cashmore Barclays Bank Jamil Mina BMO Financial Group Amine Boudali Nordea Jose Quaresma Accenture Gab Columbro FINOS, Fintech Open Source Foundation (http://finos.org)
3:10pm Trust Security that's embedded in Silicon - AMD Brent Hollingsworth, AMD show more Description Trust a system that embeds a comprehensive security foundation in the SoC itself to minimize potential attack surfaces as software is booted, executed, and as it processes critical data. Learn how a dedicated security processor on the AMD EPYC™ SoC helps manage the boot process and keeps encryption keys from ever leaving the chip. Also see how that secure Root-of-Trust is leveraged to provide secure encrypted system memory and virtual machines. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:10PM - 3:30PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Brent Hollingsworth AMD
3:30pm A Java developer's journey to Kubernetes and Openshift Burr Sutter, Red Hat; Rafael Benevides, Red Hat; Rafael Benevides, Red Hat show more Description In this session, we're going to demonstrate the latest and greatest tips, techniques, and uber cool practices to increase the speed at which you deliver value for your business by building and deploying better software faster. We'll cover: - Microservices architecture patterns - Istio service mesh techniques - Advanced deployment and release patterns like Dark & Smart Canaries - Pipelines Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 5:30PM Location 206 Speakers Burr Sutter Red Hat Rafael Benevides Red Hat Rafael Benevides Red Hat Automating OpenShift secure container deployment at Experian Jon Deeming, Experian show more Description Jon Deeming, VP at Experian, will present how automation can ensure that security policy is consistently deployed into production OpenShift container environments. He will share some of the lessons learned in Experian’s move to containers. The dynamic nature of containers requires thinking through all the attack vectors in a new environment and creates the need for behavior-based security technology. This new technology needs to work with the system primitives, labels, resources and other metadata to maintain the desired security posture. At the same time, it’s critical to dive deeply into the Kubernetes architecture to understand how to properly deploy resilient services. Understanding the network and system behavior of pods and containers will enable DevOps and security teams to detect suspicious behaviors. This session will provide attendees with a framework for evaluating container security and advice for securing business critical services and protecting sensitive data. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2002 Speakers Jon Deeming Experian Automation: Making the Best Choice for Your Organization Steve Clatterbuck, Crossvale Inc; Lee Rich, Red Hat show more Description Are you wary of trying out Ansible because you've invested half your sysadmin life setting up and maintaining something else? There's good news: You can easily switch Ansible and still achieve your goals. In this session, we will show you how to move to Ansible. Specifically we will deep dive into moving from Puppet, though the concepts apply broadly to your automation investments. Using Puppet and don't want to lose the capabilities of Hiera? You may be hesitant to make the switch, but once you do, you'll never go back. You'll learn how to distribute custom facts in your plays, along with roles, and completely replace your Puppet/Hiera solution. After this talk, you'll be running agentless in no time with Ansible. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2022 Speakers Steve Clatterbuck Crossvale Inc Lee Rich Red Hat Build an open hybrid cloud and paint it red and blue El Bedri Khaled, Microsoft; Ismail Dhaoui, Red Hat show more Description Cloud is the new norm. Enterprise customers need to use private and public cloud solutions to become more agile and competitive. However, it is still challenging to build hybrid cloud architectures for the majority of customers. In this session, you will learn the benefits of combining Red Hat and Microsoft Azure services to build an open hybrid cloud. We will start with an introduction to the Red Hat and Microsoft partnership and what it means to our customers. We will also discuss and demonstrate a reference architecture, where we use a CI/CD pipeline to deploy a microservices web application in a hybrid environment. Next, we will use Red Hat OpenStack Platform on premise and Red Hat OpenShift on Microsoft Azure. Finally, we demonstrate how to orchestrate both platforms by using the capabilities of Red Hat CloudForms and Azure operation and security services. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2009 Speakers El Bedri Khaled Microsoft Ismail Dhaoui Red Hat Containerizing the BMW Connected Car Backend Alexander Lenk, BMW Group; Jens Eckert, BMW Group; Wolfram Richter, Red Hat show more Description We will give an overview of the backend application landscape powering BMW’s Connected Car backend offering and the challenges and solutions found migrating it to a cloud-ready containerized platform such as OpenShift. It is primarily Java-EE based, comprising about 300 application and services and is developed in a decentralized fashion, involving BMW staff and partners. Cloud-nativeness is important to address massively growing scaling and elasticity demands of new vehicles and services as well as the ability to utilize hybrid cloud scenarios to address new markets. We will discuss softer aspects such as a changing developer workflow, knowledge management and education approaches in a decentralized environment as well as technical solutions such as a tool-supported migration factory approach, compliant access to log data for partners or integration of existing application performance monitoring tools. In addition, we will explain the impact on the infrastructure and its management approaches to support the effort. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2020 Speakers Alexander Lenk BMW Group Jens Eckert BMW Group Wolfram Richter Red Hat Getting more from CloudForms with Ansible automation Walter Bentley, Red Hat show more Description As more organizations adopt hybrid cloud computing, they need platforms to manage disparate environments and the resulting complexity—tools that provide seamless visibility and easy action to ultimately accelerate service delivery. The Ansible automation language enhances management platforms like Red Hat CloudForms to accelerate re-orchestration and automation. In this mini session, you’ll learn: -How Red Hat CloudForms 4.5 works with Red Hat Ansible Automation. -How to simplify automation across environments. -Discover the added power of combining CloudForms and Ansible Tower. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 3:50PM Location 2010 Speakers Walter Bentley Red Hat Getting strategic about security Mike Bursell, Red Hat show more Description Security is a key concern for many customers, and it's applicable to all Red Hat products. In this session, we'll describe Red Hat's security strategy—including technologies, architectures, and themes you can expect to hear about over the coming years. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2014 Speakers Mike Bursell Red Hat Grafeas to gate your deployment pipeline Vincent Batts, Red Hat show more Description Development life cycles vary widely and continually. The hope is that with added flexibility comes more awareness. Or is it the other way around? No matter what your infrastructure is, what languages you deploy, and what you deploy with or to, there are some common expectations: Where did all the pieces come from? What has validated them? Who signed off on this? In this session we'll talk about Grafeas, an open-source API to audit and govern your software supply chain, improves provenance and gating policies. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2103 Speakers Vincent Batts Red Hat How to build a successful onboarding program for OpenShift Eric Sauer, Red Hat, Inc.; Malcolm Herbert, Red Hat show more Description Many organizations succeed in getting OpenShift deployed and operationalized, but then struggle getting their application teams to adopt. In this interactive session, Red Hat consultants will assess the landscape of the audience’s platforms, and using this data, present strategies to build an onboarding program. Focusing first on strong early adopter candidates, then scaling out by turning early success into repeatable processes, you’ll walk away with best practices to bring to the rest of your organization. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location Customer Success Zone, Moscone West, Level 2 Speakers Eric Sauer Red Hat, Inc. Malcolm Herbert Red Hat Introducing OpenShift.io—end-to-end cloud-native development made easy Brad Micklea, Red Hat; Todd Mancini, Red Hat show more Description OpenShift.io is an online service for development teams, providing tools for the successful creation of cloud-native applications. It's an integrated set of agile planning, code editing / debugging, CI/CD pipeline tools, and package analytics combined with QuickStarts for common frameworks. This lets individuals or teams get started quickly without the burden of setting up and maintaining a full toolchain and also encourages adherence to cloud-native best practices. Applications are deployed as Linux containers on OpenShift Online. The majority of the session will be live demos of the end-to-end flow of OpenShift.io. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 207 Speakers Brad Micklea Red Hat Todd Mancini Red Hat Istio: Solving challenges of hybrid cloud Christian Posta, Red Hat; Zack Butcher, Google show more Description Building, managing, and operating deployments across multiple clouds and on-premise is extremely challenging in today’s world. In this session, Christian and Zack will demonstrate how Istio lets you monitor and manage traffic and create robust and secure applications composed of services deployed across Red Hat OpenShift, Google Kubernetes Engine, and on-premise VMs. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 208 Speakers Christian Posta Red Hat Zack Butcher Google IT transformation with DevOps Srihari Angaluri, Lenovo Group show more Description DevOps proves to be a game-changer for enterprise IT departments wanting flexibility and speed in supporting their product development teams. In this session, we will discuss enterprise challenges and the impact of DevOps on the business, plus why leadership should be a key aspect of their strategy. We will also describe the Lenovo engineered solution for DevOps based on Red Hat OpenShift Platform, and show you how to automate your e2e DevOps platform implementation through open source tools from Lenovo and Red Hat. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2008 Speakers Srihari Angaluri Lenovo Group Kubernetes and the platform of the future Steve Watt, Red Hat; Clayton Coleman, Red Hat; Brandon Philips, Red Hat show more Description In this fireside chat, we’ll interview Clayton Coleman (Chief Engineer for OpenShift) and Brandon Philips (previously CTO of CoreOS, acquired by Red Hat) on their long term view on platforms and where we’ll be taking Kubernetes and OpenShift in the future. Clayton and Brandon have led development for most of the major technologies that power the Linux Container ecosystem today (Kubernetes, Open Container Initiative, etcd and more). Come prepared to ask questions and learn about the past, the present and the future. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2003 Speakers Steve Watt Red Hat Clayton Coleman Red Hat Brandon Philips Red Hat Machine learning essentials for developers William Benton, Red Hat, Inc show more Description Today's most exciting applications are intelligent applications, which learn from data and improve with continued use. To add intelligence to applications, developers need a solid grounding in machine learning techniques. Techniques that are shrouded in hype and mystique are actually accessible to all enterprise developers. In this session, presented by a Red Hat engineer who has worked on and led many successful machine learning projects, you'll learn: - The basic vocabulary of machine learning. - Fundamental techniques and algorithms. - How to prepare data for machine learning algorithms. - How to evaluate and validate learning models. - How to put machine learning into production on Red Hat OpenShift. We'll feature visual explanations of machine learning concepts and focus on building intuitions rather than on mathematical derivations. Whether your goal is to get started understanding how machine learning techniques are transforming software, add intelligence to an application, or improve communication with your data science team, this session will get you there. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 215 Speakers William Benton Red Hat, Inc Open innovation in healthcare—an executive roundtable discussion Craig Klein, Red Hat; Atif Chaughtai, Red Hat show more Description Join us for an open dialogue about the transformation taking place in today's healthcare industry. Topics will include: - Current state of digital transformation and the future of open source in healthcare. - Adopting open source to spur innovation—clinical decision support. - Securing real-time data exchange—enabling collaboration and interoperability. - Modernizing mission-critical applications and role of automation and containers. RSVP REQUIRED. Email Katie Whitson (kwhitson@redhat.com) to confirm your spot. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 5:00PM Location Customer Briefing Center - 002 Speakers Craig Klein Red Hat Atif Chaughtai Red Hat Open leadership: An invitation to all Janet Smith, Red Hat; Rebecca Fernandez, Red Hat show more Description To most people, leadership is a capability expected of only a select group of people and roles in an organization. Many believe that leadership is required only of managers or executives. But this exclusive view of leadership is antiquated and inadequate. In open organizations and open source communities, leadership is a set of catalytic mindsets and behaviors that enable people to work together to create something of value. In this session, we'll explore three ways to demonstrate and develop personal leadership. Gain valuable insights and take away practical tools for extending your influence and impact, regardless of your role. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 5:30PM Location 214 Speakers Janet Smith Red Hat Rebecca Fernandez Red Hat OpenShift Storage Orchestration with NetApp Trident Garrett Mueller, NetApp; Jason Dobies, Red Hat show more Description This session digs into the use of external controllers for storage orchestration in a containerized production environment. As a case study, this session presents the NetApp storage plugin Trident (https://github.com/netapp/trident) and demonstrates how it enables dynamic storage provisioning for heterogeneous backends and cloning persistent volumes. The session will also offer lessons learned from deploying Trident in production with OpenShift. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Garrett Mueller NetApp Jason Dobies Red Hat OpenStack use cases: How businesses succeed with OpenStack August Simonelli, Red Hat; Pete Pawelski, Red Hat; ORHAN BIYIKLIOGLU, TURKCELL; James Fayson, Duke University Health System; Ron Valente, Cisco; eddie satterly, DataNexus show more Description Have you ever wondered just how the world's largest companies are using Red Hat OpenStack Platform? In this session, we'll look at some of the most interesting use cases from Red Hat customers around the world, and give you some insight into how they achieved their technical and digital successes. You'll learn how top organizations have used OpenStack to deliver unprecedented value. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2007 Speakers August Simonelli Red Hat Pete Pawelski Red Hat ORHAN BIYIKLIOGLU TURKCELL James Fayson Duke University Health System Ron Valente Cisco eddie satterly DataNexus Optimize MySQL performance on OpenShift with container-native storage Daniel Messer, Red Hat show more Description Red Hat developed a container-native storage (CNS) solution for OpenShift. After the initial release, a large number of customers had one question: "Can I run a LAMP-stack database on this?" In the past 6 months, we set out to answer this question in a first-of-its-kind performance benchmark on hardware provided by Western Digital’s Data Propulsion Lab. The goal was to investigate whether OpenShift, running on VMware, integrated with Gluster as container-ready storage could run MySQL databases, typically found on web application stacks in containers, at sufficient speed. And if so, what is the best storage hardware to use for this? At which level of parallelism would we push either the storage or container cluster to it’s limits? In this session, we'll share the findings of our endeavor and we'll discuss designing an OpenShift/CRS solution suited for such workloads. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2011 Speakers Daniel Messer Red Hat Past, present, and future of agile and DevOps Jennifer Krieger, Red Hat; Stef Walter, Red Hat show more Description The 17th anniversary of the launch of the Agile software development movement passed quietly in February without much of a notice from the community at large. Maybe not so unnoticed was the passing of the 10th anniversary (depending on who you ask) of DevOps. Either way you look at it, as these practices age and changed our goals for how we we work and speak with one another, the question becomes, “What is next?” Join Jen Krieger and Stef Walter for a review of the past and present of the industry from the perspective of culture, management and software development practices. We will also examine the future trends (like automation and machine learning) we see emerging and encourage you to bring (and share!) your own opinions and questions. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2024 Speakers Jennifer Krieger Red Hat Stef Walter Red Hat Red Hat Satellite 6 power user tips and tricks Thomas Cameron, Red Hat; Rich Jerrido, Red Hat show more Description Red Hat Satellite has managed millions of Red Hat systems for more than a decade. Red Hat Satellite 6 provides better management at very large scale, from traditional datacenters to cloud computing environments. In this session, you’ll learn about: - New concepts and terminology changes in Red Hat Satellite 6. - Correctly setting up Red Hat Satellite Server for various environments. - Getting packages from Red Hat and third-party content providers. - Organizations, locations, and life-cycle environments, and how to configure them. - Content views and how to manage them. - Provisioning concepts and components. - Hosts and how to manage them. - Host collections and how to use them. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2016 Speakers Thomas Cameron Red Hat Rich Jerrido Red Hat Red Hat Virtualization roadmap: The next generation of IT Rob Young, Red Hat; Yaniv Kaul, Red Hat show more Description Virtualization use cases have evolved from consolidation and IT optimization to include hybrid cloud and infrastructure enablement. In this session, we'll explore how Red Hat Virtualization is key to the modernization of traditional applications and in the development and acceleration of the agile, cloud-native application deployments and workloads that characterize today's IT. Attendees will learn what's new in the latest product version and how the roadmap aligns with Red Hat's hybrid cloud platform vision and strategy. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2001 Speakers Rob Young Red Hat Yaniv Kaul Red Hat Speeding cloud-based service delivery : Emerging OpenShift deployment methodologies Seema Mehta, Intel; Darren Pulsipher, Intel show more Description As technologies change and customer requirements shift, many businesses struggle to support an influx of new applications and services. Learn how IT organizations can create compelling services, processes and frameworks using Red Hat's Open Shift to allow software developers to quickly develop, test, and deploy Cloud Native Applications in Hybrid Cloud Configurations. In this session we will cover how to set up, configure and optimize Open Shift with Docker containers for modern Dev Ops and App Dev teams. Modernizing the data center has become mission critical, and success in the digital ecosystem hinges on updating IT environments. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2004 Speakers Seema Mehta Intel Darren Pulsipher Intel The Day-2 guide to successful management of applications on Red Hat OpenShift Jürgen Etzlstorfer, Dynatrace; Peter Hack, Dynatrace show more Description OpenShift has become a strategic platform for running applications in large scale enterprises. What does it mean to building, maintaining, and supporting a containerized microservice platform like OpenShift and how does the abstraction of applications across your new infrastructure mask identification of common deployment problems? What is the difference between uptime and availability? Does remediation mean scale-up or roll-back? In this session Dynatrace explores the pain points seen in supporting containerized environments and the challenges in providing end-to-end context around issues such as monitoring pipeline delivery, utilizing Ansible for problem remediation and general operational visibility. Join us to learn how cluster health jeopardize application response time and availability, and how you can make sure monitoring becomes a cloud platform feature. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2006 Speakers Jürgen Etzlstorfer Dynatrace Peter Hack Dynatrace The power of cloud workspaces and the future of our IDEs Gorkem Ercan, Red Hat; Stevan Le Meur, Red Hat show more Description In this birds of a feather, we'll discuss the power of cloud workspaces and the future of our IDEs in the creation of cloud-native applications. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2102 Speakers Gorkem Ercan Red Hat Stevan Le Meur Red Hat Transform legacy applications and processes in a modern way Marc Vaudry, Bell Canada; Martin Ouimet, Bell Canada; Amelie Cossette, Bell Canada show more Description In this session, Bell Canada shares its journey transforming legacy applications into new modern applications. Find out how they integrated their legacy pipeline and software into a new microservices-based architecture to merge, integrate, rebuild, and refresh the customer experience. Learn how they instantly add new features in a heartbeat, as well as build, test, and deploy with a combination of agile and waterfall methods. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 216 Speakers Marc Vaudry Bell Canada Martin Ouimet Bell Canada Amelie Cossette Bell Canada
3:55pm Monitor and automate infrastructure risk remediation in 15 minutes or less William Nix, Red Hat, Inc. show more Description In this mini-session, you'll see how quickly you can begin monitoring and securing your infrastructure with Red Hat Ansible Automation and Red Hat Insights. Most deployments can be up in running in as few as five minutes once automated. Time Tuesday, May 8 3:55PM - 4:15PM Location 2010 Speakers William Nix Red Hat, Inc.
4:00pm Cloud-native development with Spring Boot, Istio, and Eclipse Che Siamak Sadeghianfar, Red Hat; James Falkner, Red Hat; Thomas Qvarnström, Red Hat show more Description This hands-on lab will introduce the key concepts of cloud-native application development using Spring Boot, Istio service mesh, Jaeger distributed tracing, and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. During this lab, participants will build a microservices application using the Eclipse Che web-based integrated development environment (IDE) and explore how to manage various aspects of building and deploying containerized cloud-native applications, such as configuration management, fault-tolerance via circuit breakers in the service mesh, visibility into the service flow, and deployment automation via Jenkins pipelines. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:00PM - 6:00PM Location 154 Speakers Siamak Sadeghianfar Red Hat James Falkner Red Hat Thomas Qvarnström Red Hat Develop IoT solutions with containers and serverless patterns ishu verma, red hat; Andrew Block, Red Hat show more Description The Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to generate a diverse range of data types that will need different mechanisms to process and trigger actions. Combined with other considerations, like total cost of ownership, required skillset, and operations, the backend solution may be composed of different architectures and patterns. In this hands-on lab, you'll learn how to build a containerized. intelligent IoT solution that can process different data types using the elasticity of a container platform, such as Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, and serverless architectures to execute on-demand functions in response to IoT events. Using the qualities of each architectural style, developers can focus on writing code without worrying about provisioning and operating server resources, regardless of the scale. The methodologies exemplified within this lab can be used by companies looking to use their cloud computing infrastructure to build complex and robust IoT solutions. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:00PM - 6:00PM Location 158 Speakers ishu verma red hat Andrew Block Red Hat Hands-on introduction to Red Hat CloudForms Mike Dahlgren, Red Hat; Patrick Regan, Red Hat; Justin Burdine, Red Hat show more Description Gain hands-on experience with an individual, dedicated instance of Red Hat CloudForms. You're welcome to participate even if you have no experience with Red Hat CloudForms. We'll provide a brief overview of the product before starting the labs. In this lab, with guidance, you'll: - Explore Red Hat CloudForms connected to different providers - Create reporting and chargeback reports - Build service catalogs - Integrate with containers Time Tuesday, May 8 4:00PM - 6:00PM Location 159 Speakers Mike Dahlgren Red Hat Patrick Regan Red Hat Justin Burdine Red Hat iPaaS hackathon: Build a cool integrated app Simon Green, Red Hat; Christina Lin, Red Hat; Hugo Guerrero, Red Hat; Claus Ibsen, Red Hat show more Description Integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) is reshaping how integrations are developed, deployed, and continuously innovated. Connecting Twitter with SaleForce and SalesForce with Google docs are just a couple of examples of how iPaaS can be used to create innovative new apps. Come to this lab with your ideas and your passion—and build a cool integrated app. We'll aware prizes for the best app and you'll have bragging rights. We'll provide all necessary infrastructure and a tutorial to get you started. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:00PM - 6:00PM Location 156 Speakers Simon Green Red Hat Christina Lin Red Hat Hugo Guerrero Red Hat Claus Ibsen Red Hat Linux container internals: Part 2 Jamie Duncan, Red Hat; John Osborne, Red Hat; Scott McCarty, Red Hat show more Description Have you ever wondered how Linux Containers work? How they really work, deep down inside? How does sVirt/SELinux, SECCOMP, namespaces, and isolation really work? How does the Docker Daemon work? How does Kubernetes talk to the Docker Daemon? How are container images made? Well, we will answer these questions and more. If you want a deep technical understanding of containers, this is the lab for you. Join Red Hat engineers as we walk you through the deep, dark internals of the container host and what’s packaged in the container image. These hands on labs will give you the knowledge and confidence it takes to leverage your current Linux technical knowledge and apply it to Containers. Part 1 The first lab provides a foundation for understanding container more deeply. After attending Part 1, students will be able to: -Draw a diagram showing how the Linux kernel, services and daemons work together to create and deploy containers. -Internalize how the architecture of the kernel and supporting services affect security and performance. -Explain the API interactions of daemons and the host kernel to create isolated processes. -Command the nomenclature necessary to technically discuss container repositories, image layers, tags, registry server and other components. -Understand what the Open Containers Initiative and why this standard is important for your container images. -Internalize the difference between base images and multi-layered images. -Understand the full URL to an image/repository. -Command a complete understanding of what is inside of a container image. -Use layers appropriately in your architecture and design. Part 2 The second session builds upon the foundations covered in Part 1 and covers the following topics. After attending Part 2, students will be able to: -Understand the basic interactions of the major daemons and APIs in a typical container environment. -Internalize the function of system calls and kernel namespaces. -Understand how SELinux and sVirt secures containers. -Command a conceptual understanding of how cgroups limit containers. -Use SECCOMP to limit the system calls a container can make. -Have a basic understanding of container storage and how it compares to normal Linux storage concepts. -Gain a basic understanding of container networking and namespaces. -Troubleshoot a basic Open vSwitch setup with Kubernetes/OpenShift. -Understand the uses of multi-container applications. -Internalize the difference between orchestration and application definition. -Command basic container scaling principles. -Use tools to troubleshoot containers in a clustered environment. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:00PM - 6:00PM Location 157 Speakers Jamie Duncan Red Hat John Osborne Red Hat Scott McCarty Red Hat OpenShift + single sign-on = Happy security teams and happy users Dustin Minnich, Red Hat; Josh Cain, Red Hat; Joshua Cain, Red Hat; Jared Blashka, Red Hat; Brian Atkisson, Red Hat show more Description One username and password to rule them all. In this lab, we'll discuss and demonstrate single sign-on technologies and how to implement them using Red Hat products. We'll take you through bringing up an OpenShift cluster in a development environment, installing Red Hat single sign-on on top of it, and then integrating that with a variety of example applications. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:00PM - 6:00PM Location 155 Speakers Dustin Minnich Red Hat Josh Cain Red Hat Joshua Cain Red Hat Jared Blashka Red Hat Brian Atkisson Red Hat Understanding containerized Red Hat OpenStack Platform Ian Pilcher, Red Hat, Inc.; Gregory Charot, Red Hat show more Description Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12, based on the upstream OpenStack Pike release, brings significant changes to deployment. Almost all of the services that make up installation are now containerized, and we plan to containerize the remaining services in the next Red Hat OpenStack Platform version. Because of these changes, deployment, customization, monitoring, and troubleshooting of Red Hat OpenStack Platform deployments will require a new set of techniques. This hands-on lab will give attendees an interactive overview of containerized Red Hat OpenStack Platform 12, including how it's deployed, its high-availability architecture, update and upgrade procedures, and troubleshooting techniques. (Attendees should be familiar with OpenStack architecture.) Time Tuesday, May 8 4:00PM - 6:00PM Location 153 Speakers Ian Pilcher Red Hat, Inc. Gregory Charot Red Hat
4:30pm "Bulls"-of-a-feather: Ansible and AWX Robyn Bergeron, Red Hat; James Cammarata, Red Hat, Inc.; Michelle Perz, Red Hat show more Description Join the Ansible community team for a freewheeling, no-holds-barred discussion about all things Ansible. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2102 Speakers Robyn Bergeron Red Hat James Cammarata Red Hat, Inc. Michelle Perz Red Hat 5 new high-performance features in Red Hat OpenShift Jeremy Eder, Red Hat; Derek Carr, Red Hat show more Description Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift have evolved to support diverse, increasingly complex classes of applications. By helping to establish the Kubernetes Resource Management Working Group, Red Hat is working to pave the way to onboarding workloads with an increasing reliance on specialized hardware and advanced performance tuning. Through demonstrations of new features, this session will provide attendees with knowledge of how to run even the most performance-sensitive workloads on Red Hat OpenShift, including: * Hugepages * Device plugins * Extended resources * GPU-accelerated machine learning TensorFlow workloads * CPU assignment and tuned profiles This session will also include a state of the union for resource management in Red Hat OpenShift and provide a glimpse into the future of upstream Kubernetes. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 208 Speakers Jeremy Eder Red Hat Derek Carr Red Hat A journey to DevOps in the British Army: Lessons learnt for successful automation Aidan Beeson, British Army show more Description The British Army is like many large organisations with a complex set of modern and legacy environments, platforms, and applications. Automation has been a key requirement for supporting the Army’s IT over many years and has now evolved into a DevOps-based approach using products such as Ansible Tower. In this session, you will hear from one of the British Army’s Linux architects about his 18-year journey automating complex platforms, including his “top tips” for automation and DevOps in today’s modern datacenters and examples of how these have been implemented using Ansible and Ansible Tower within the Army’s datacenters. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2022 Speakers Aidan Beeson British Army Accelerating application transformation with Red Hat OpenShift Brian Roche, Cognizant; James Haefele, Cognizant show more Description Discuss how we leverage Agile Product engineering teams and automated application assessment tools to determine cloud native suitability to accelerate the deconstruction of Java and .Net applications toward Redhat Openshift. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2006 Speakers Brian Roche Cognizant James Haefele Cognizant AppAgile from Deutsche Telekom: Managed cloud services on OpenShift: Accelerate PaaS adoption for enterprises Stefan Zosel, T-Systems International GmbH show more Description It is easy to deploy Openshift once – but it’s hard to set it up production ready for enterprises, deal with new versions, security, changes etc. within an enterprise environment. AppAgile is a Deutsche Telekom product to help enterprises to bring their applications to the cloud. The main challenge we experienced is to adopt processes, approvals, data privacy across different regions on the globe – like the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) in Europe. AppAgile provides a complete E2E managed services for Openshift based applications – from DevOps to ITIL. With AppAgile, Deutsche Telekom also provides managed BIG Data capabilities and Data Science Analytic tools on top of Openshift. This session is not about the Openshift technology itself – it is about how a managed cloud service provider makes Openshift consumable across different cloud environments like private, on-premise, AWS, Azure across the globe. It is about to deal with processes, security and governance challenges without losing speed and innovation using DevOps methods within the largest organizations. AppAgile managed Openshift is accelerating Openshift adoption for enterprises. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2008 Speakers Stefan Zosel T-Systems International GmbH Architecting Ceph for object storage at scale Alexandre Maragone, Red Hat; Tyler Brekke, Red Hat show more Description Object storage is now mainstream. But the proliferation of unstructured data is fueling the need for an object storage system that’s flexible, economical, and scalable enough to handle the petabytes of data being created every day. All industries from media to healthcare and finance companies use Ceph, at a petabyte scale, as an object store for various use cases, with different architectures. During this interactive session, Red Hat consultants will explore how to architect an object storage (S3) cluster at scale, and discuss common use cases and the questions you should ask before making architecture decisions. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location Customer Success Zone, Moscone West, Level 2 Speakers Alexandre Maragone Red Hat Tyler Brekke Red Hat Automating security and compliance for hybrid environments Lucy Kerner, Red Hat show more Description Maintaining visibility, control, and security, and ensuring governance and compliance remains paramount, but it becomes more difficult and time consuming in a hybrid infrastructure consisting of physical, virtual, cloud, and container environments. In this session, you’ll learn how a combination of Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Satellite, Red Hat Insights, Red Hat Ansible Tower, and OpenSCAP can help you with these challenges in your hybrid infrastructure by automating security and compliance. Specifically, in your hybrid infrastructure, you’ll learn how to easily provision a security-compliant host, how to quickly detect and remediate security and compliance issues, how to ensure governance and control in an automated way, how to do proactive security and automated risk management, how to perform audit scans and remediations on your systems, and how to automate security to ensure compliance against regulatory or custom profiles. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2016 Speakers Lucy Kerner Red Hat Clinical decision support with decision model and notation (DMN) Matteo Mortari, Red hat; Vipul Kashyap, Northwell Health show more Description Northwell Health is one of the first healthcare providers to adopt the Object Management Group (OMG) standard decision model and notation (DMN) for implementation of clinical decision support. In this presentation and demo, we will demonstrate the value we have realized by using the DMN standard. We will cover: • Creation of decision support logic by clinical informaticists (business analysts) as opposed to IT developers. • Testing and refining decision models by clinical informaticists. • Advantages of DMN for standardization and reuse of clinical decision logic. • Automation of clinical decisions through direct execution of DMN in Red Hat JBoss BRMS. • Audit and analysis of automated clinical decisions. We will share our experiences and challenges, including our current investments and operationalization issues. We hope to collaborate with like-minded organizations to understand the value of accelerated adoption of this promising standard. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2002 Speakers Matteo Mortari Red hat Vipul Kashyap Northwell Health Employee shift rostering optimization AI with OptaPlanner Geoffrey De Smet, Red Hat; Christopher Chianelli, Red Hat show more Description Any manager of nurses, guards, assembly line workers, or any other type of employee that doesn't work a typical 9 to 5 day, will agree: Shift rostering is difficult—and time consuming. Holidays affect the schedule, employees take PTO (or call in sick) and staffing requirements change regularly. Meanwhile, the schedule must adhere to labor laws, without incurring extra staffing costs. At the same time, it should also fulfill employee requests, treating all employees fairly. In this session, we’ll show how we can automate this time-consuming task to deliver better schedules with OptaPlanner and how to deploy that service on Red Hat OpenShift. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2011 Speakers Geoffrey De Smet Red Hat Christopher Chianelli Red Hat How Walmart uses systems management tools to manage its massive IT operation at scale Darin Lively, Walmart; John Henley, Red Hat; Brian Ameling, Walmart show more Description To power the largest retailer in the world, Walmart’s IT operation must manage systems at unprecedented scale. Walmart’s IT leaders will share how they use various automation tools, including Red Hat Satellite, to give them the capacity they need. Darin Lively, Staff Systems Engineer, and Brian Ameling, Staff Systems Engineer, will offer a look into Walmart’s complex architecture and the role open source technologies play in managing it. They’ll also share customizations made across both their infrastructure and client-side operations to make these tools their central point for systems management. You’ll learn how Walmart partnered with Red Hat in their migration from Red Hat Satellite 5 to Satellite 6 and how the results of this work have provided benefits to all users in the open community. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2004 Speakers Darin Lively Walmart John Henley Red Hat Brian Ameling Walmart Hybrid Cloud: Integrating AWS services with OpenShift Derek Whatley, Red Hat; Mandus Momberg, Amazon show more Description Despite large-scale adoption of hybrid cloud strategy, modern IT organizations have lacked tools needed to combine the inherent strengths of public cloud services and OpenShift. To make hybrid cloud a reality, Amazon and Red Hat have partnered to bring popular AWS services to Red Hat OpenShift. This integration lets AWS users configure and deploy AWS services right from the OpenShift Service Catalog. In this session, AWS and Red Hat OpenShift users will learn how to take advantage of the capabilities unlocked by this partnership, and you'll see a live demonstration provisioning AWS services and a connected demo application directly from the OpenShift Service Catalog in just a few clicks. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2020 Speakers Derek Whatley Red Hat Mandus Momberg Amazon Kubernetes and VMware Cloud Native Solutions Simone Morellato, VMware show more Description Today’s developer needs to rapidly build and deploy code in a consistent, predictable, and declarative manner. This session will illustrate how development teams can leverage open source foundations such as Kubernetes, Harbor, and PKS to achieve these goals with their image management. This demonstration will include a demo of a Harbor that can be used to ensure CVE’s detected in your image build process can be dealt with before they actually run in your environment. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 4:50PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Simone Morellato VMware Low-risk mono to microservices: Istio, Teiid, and Spring Boot Christian Posta, Red Hat show more Description A lot of monolith-to-microservices guidance glosses over the hard parts of strangling a monolith. The guidance we get about the single responsibility principle, smart endpoints and dumb pipes, etc., is quite useless. We're left to discover the nasty parts ourselves. In this session, we'll tackle this problem head-on using examples and without skipping important things like: - Current monoliths deliver lots of business value. - Monoliths are not modular. - The relationships between tables are highly normalized and exhibit tight coupling/integrity constraints. - We don't understand what code in the monolith uses which tables. - We can't just stop existing business processes to do a high-risk migration. - There will be some ugly migration steps we cannot wish away. - There is a point of diminishing return. We'll use these technologies to lower risk: OpenShift, Istio Service Mesh, Teiid+Spring Boot, and Red Hat JBoss AMQ 7. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 207 Speakers Christian Posta Red Hat Mobile in a containers world John Frizelle, Red Hat show more Description In this session, we'll look at the landscape of mobile development as it relates to modern application development and cloud-native deployments using containers, Kubernetes, and OpenShift. We'll explore the key modern, dev-app personas, what their needs are, and how these needs can be met using a combination of open source projects including OpenShift Origin, Kubernetes, Docker, and many others. Finally, we'll take a hands-on look at an emerging open source mobile tool set and how it can help accelerate mobile development as part of a modern app-dev strategy. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 215 Speakers John Frizelle Red Hat Monitoring Red Hat Ceph Storage the easy way Paul Cuzner, Red Hat show more Description There are many ways of monitoring a Red Hat Ceph Storage cluster. Ceph offers a bewildering array of performance metrics, and in some ways, this is the problem—too much information. To address this, Red Hat Ceph Storage 3 introduces a new monitoring platform called the Red Hat Ceph Storage dashboard, which is based on the upstream "cephmetrics" project. This dashboard is actually built from over 12 individual dashboards, facilitating drill-down workflows when analyzing the activity of a Red Hat Ceph Storage cluster. In this session, you'll learn about the architecture of the cephmetrics solution and gain insight into the types of metrics available—covering base performance counters, iSCSI, and radosgw. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 4:50PM Location 2010 Speakers Paul Cuzner Red Hat Red Hat API management: Overview, security models, and roadmap Nicolas MASSE, Red Hat; Mark Cheshire, Red Hat 3scale API Management show more Description In this session, you'll learn a framework to evaluate different API security models—including API keys, mutual SSL certificates, and OpenID Connect—and how to choose the right one for your architecture needs. We'll demonstrate applying API access control to different real-world scenarios. Finally, we'll share a preview of the roadmap for Red Hat 3scale API Management. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 216 Speakers Nicolas MASSE Red Hat Mark Cheshire Red Hat 3scale API Management Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure: Your open hyperconverged solution Doron Fediuck, Red Hat; Sean Murphy, Red Hat; Zahid Ilkal, Commvault; Louis Imershein, Red Hat show more Description Since its introduction last summer, Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure (RHHI) has been enthusiastically received by the market and by the customers who've adopted it into their operations. During this past year we’ve been working with Red Hat customers and others to help inform and drive the RHHI solution roadmap. In this session, you’ll learn both how RHHI is helping customers today and about the path RHHI is on from here. Further, attendees will get a specific look at some of the planned RHHI capabilities including dedupe and compression functionality, and we'll map these to how we believe RHHI and Red Hat can benefit your business ops as we move forward together Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2003 Speakers Doron Fediuck Red Hat Sean Murphy Red Hat Zahid Ilkal Commvault Louis Imershein Red Hat Red Hat OpenStack Platform: The road ahead Mark McLoughlin, Red Hat; Maria Bracho, Red Hat; Angus Thomas, Red Hat show more Description OpenStack has reached a maturity level confirmed by wide industry adoption and the amazing number of active production deployments, with Red Hat a lead contributor to the project. In this session, we'll share where we are investing for upcoming releases. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2007 Speakers Mark McLoughlin Red Hat Maria Bracho Red Hat Angus Thomas Red Hat Slay the monolith: Our journey to federate case with jBPM Michelle Kelo, CapitalOne; Tarek Aridi, Capital One show more Description Legacy monolithic applications are common across many enterprises, and case management is no stranger to this problem.   At first, these solutions are easy to develop and deploy, but as they grow larger and more complex, they become harder to manage and even harder to dismantle. As a result, businesses become overly constrained by centralized development practices and lose their autonomy.  In this session, you'll learn about our inner-sourced approach for building a case management framework using Red Hat JBoss BPM Suite. This framework seamlessly extends jBPM capabilities and focuses on a set of easily reusable and extensible core case microservices, giving businesses the flexibility to quickly build and deploy low-cost, customized case applications in a federated fashion. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2014 Speakers Michelle Kelo CapitalOne Tarek Aridi Capital One The Ansible way Aaron Huslage, Red Hat; Richard Henshall, Red Hat, Inc. show more Description When it comes to cloud, Ansible isn't just about configuration management. Whether you're already using Ansible for automation or if you're looking for a single unifying tool for your cloud journey, Ansible has you covered. At this session, you'll learn how to use Ansible to provision and configure your cloud infrastructure, deploy your apps, and secure your cloud. We'll also discuss best practices and demonstrate the full capabilities of Ansible to show why the tool you're already using should be your first choice for multicloud automation. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2024 Speakers Aaron Huslage Red Hat Richard Henshall Red Hat, Inc. The future of networking at Red Hat Andre Fredette, Red Hat show more Description While networking may not seem like a primary focus for Red Hat, nearly every product in the portfolio relies on networking as a key component. Currently, it all starts with Red Hat Enterprise Linux as a high-performance network host. Hardware offload is used to take advantage of special purpose networking cards for datapath acceleration. Ansible networking harnesses the full power of Ansible to automate network device configuration. Open vSwitch is used as a virtual switch for our cloud solutions with SDN integrations. Looking forward, there are many exciting technologies that will accelerate the data path, help Red Hat Enterprise Linux be used as a network operating system, expand our SDN capabilities for network functions virtualization and hybrid cloud, and advance application networks. In this session, we'll review Red Hat's existing networking products and technologies, then examine emerging networking technologies that may be included in Red Hat products in the future. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2001 Speakers Andre Fredette Red Hat The impact of AI on software development and IT operations Daniel Riek, Red Hat; KIMBERLY PALKO, Red Hat show more Description Join this birds of a feather session to discuss both the positive and negative effects of AI on the IT Industry: - The role of AI in the software development life cycle - Cyborg Teams - How AI changes IT and Operations - AI Ops - Data has become a proprietary differentiator for AI. Is it disruptive to Open Source? Bring your background and perspective on the topics above and discuss nuances like social implications and algorithmic bias. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2103 Speakers Daniel Riek Red Hat KIMBERLY PALKO Red Hat Tips for transforming into an open organization Jen Kelchner, LDR21; Bryan Behrenshausen, Red Hat; Laura Hilliger, We Are Open Co-op / Greenpeace; Jimmy Sjölund, Telia Company; Heidi Hess von Ludewig, Red Hat; Sam Knuth, Red Hat show more Description Organizations that embrace and enact open cultures are more agile, accountable, and innovative. But how can we construct them? In this panel, five experts on open culture—and contributors to the recently released Open Organization Workbook project—offer concrete and practical advice for openness at scale. Attendees will not only learn more about the values that power open organizations (transparency, inclusivity, adaptability, collaboration, and community) but also hear practical and actionable advice for using them in their culture-building efforts. (Panel moderated by Bryan Behrenshausen, Workbook editor.) Time Tuesday, May 8 4:30PM - 5:15PM Location 2009 Speakers Jen Kelchner LDR21 Bryan Behrenshausen Red Hat Laura Hilliger We Are Open Co-op / Greenpeace Jimmy Sjölund Telia Company Heidi Hess von Ludewig Red Hat Sam Knuth Red Hat
4:55pm Opening doors: Women in FOSS Jigyasa Grover, Red Hat show more Description The alluring world of open source is incontestably attracting budding developers to contribute and enrich the community. Unfortunately though, there's a highly skewed gender ratio that persists nonetheless. According to a recent survey, only 11% of open source participants, developers, and ideators are women. This disconcerting disparity can—and should—definitely be eliminated. It might be due to the fact that women find it especially intimidating to start contributing to open source. In this session, I'll share my involvement and experience in a handful of open source organizations and its impact on my tech crusade to date, and I'll: - Introduce the audience to the world of FOSS. - Emphatically support women by answering their questions. - Shed light on the issues usually faced by women. - Elaborate on the vast range of FOSS opportunities ranging from coding to documentation, design, outreach and research. All are welcome in this session. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:55PM - 5:15PM Location 2010 Speakers Jigyasa Grover Red Hat Policy as code: Declarative network and application layer policy for cloud-native applications and infrastructure Christopher Liljenstolpe, Tigera Inc show more Description So, the infrastructure that supports (and is) your OpenShift cluster is all defined as code and is immutable. The applications you place on that infrastructure is defined as immutable code and the orchestration of those applications is also controlled by code. But what about the security policy? Is that code, or is that still trouble-tickets and waterfall models. Can you revert to a known-good point in time? If not, maybe it's time to remove the impedance mismatch. We'll talk about how you can use the same *-as-code model for your network and application security policies and give some real-world use-cases from actual deployments. Time Tuesday, May 8 4:55PM - 5:15PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Christopher Liljenstolpe Tigera Inc
5:00pm Financial Services happy hour show more Description Join the Red Hat Financial Services team and your financial services peers for a happy hour immediately following the Financial Services peer panel. Time Tuesday, May 8 5:00PM - 6:30PM Location 2012
5:20pm Kubernetes Registry for OpenShift Craig Peters, JFrog show more Description Kubernetes Registry for OpenShift To run on Kubernetes your apps are packaged in Docker containers. How do you answer questions about the containers you're deploying to Kubernetes? Those containers necessarily contain lots of other packages created by many different teams within and outside your organization. You need to know what is in them, if they are of the quality you demand, and if they are secure. You can do this while giving your developers the data they need to go fast with confidence. How? The Kubernetes Registry running on OpenShift. Time Tuesday, May 8 5:20PM - 5:40PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Craig Peters JFrog
5:45pm Connecting Red Hat Openshift clusters with Arista Any Cloud Rajat Chopra, Red Hat; Fred Hsu, Arista Networks show more Description In this presentation we will demonstrate how to connect OpenShift clusters using Arista vEOS and Ansible playbooks. Thanks to the programmable nature of EOS and the automation provided by Ansible, pods in an OpenShift cluster can reach services in a remote cluster, without NAT. By retaining the original IP address of the requesting pod, services are aware of exactly what pods are making the requests, improving security and simplifying application deployment. The clusters can be on-prem, public cloud, or hybrid and are connected with GRE or IPSec tunnels. Time Tuesday, May 8 5:45PM - 6:05PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Rajat Chopra Red Hat Fred Hsu Arista Networks
6:10pm Securing OpenShift Clusters with Contrail - Juniper Networks DP Ayyadevara, Contrail@Juniper show more Description Learn how Contrail secures application builds and minimizes risk to applications run in multi-cloud environments. Presenter: DP Ayyadevara, Director, Product Management, Juniper Networks Time Tuesday, May 8 6:10PM - 6:30PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers DP Ayyadevara Contrail@Juniper
Wednesday, May 9
10:00am Building a Red Hat Enterprise Linux gold image for Azure Dan Kinkead, Red Hat; James Read, Red Hat; James Read, Red Hat; Goetz Rieger, Red Hat; El Bedri Khaled, Microsoft show more Description In this practical lab, we'll walk through the process of how to build a standard gold image for Red Hat Enterprise Linux that works in the Microsoft Azure public cloud. Customize the image for best practices, install the Windows Azure Live Agent, and convert the disk image to the Windows Azure format. This is necessary if you want to use Cloud Access with Azure, and not the marketplace. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 155 Speakers Dan Kinkead Red Hat James Read Red Hat James Read Red Hat Goetz Rieger Red Hat El Bedri Khaled Microsoft DevOps with Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Ansible Automation Siamak Sadeghianfar, Red Hat; Jorge Morales Pou, Red Hat; Tero Ahonen, Red Hat show more Description Although continuous delivery (CD) and DevOps are growing in popularity, there is not much practical information available about how to get started and build automated pipelines across containers and traditional infrastructure. Particularly, most applications today follow the hybrid model, combining components deployed on containers with services that run on virtual machines (VMs) or public cloud services provided by Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure. In this lab, you will learn how to automate software delivery for hybrid applications that stretch over containers, VMs, and public clouds—from source code commit to deployment in production using Jenkins, Red Hat OpenShift, and Red Hat Ansible Automation—from the ground up. This lab requires basic familiarity with continuous delivery and DevOps concepts. However, no previous experience with these practices is required. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 154 Speakers Siamak Sadeghianfar Red Hat Jorge Morales Pou Red Hat Tero Ahonen Red Hat First time hands-on with Red Hat OpenStack Platform Rhys Oxenham, Red Hat; Jacob Liberman, RED HAT, INC. show more Description This is a hands-on lab in which detailed materials will walk you through the main features, functions, and components of the latest version of Red Hat OpenStack Platform. We'll cover compute, storage, networking, and authentication and authorization through both command-line and web-dashboard interaction. This lab will not cover the actual deployment of OpenStack—you'll utilize a prebuilt, dedicated, environment. The lab requires no prior knowledge about OpenStack, but does expect some proficiency in Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The instructions provided are highly detailed and will explain what you're doing, why you're doing it, and the exact commands to issue, with expected results, to ensure that you're on track. There will be a number of OpenStack experts in the room that can help you if you get stuck, or you'd like to learn more. Please register beforehand and be on time as the lab always fills up. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 158 Speakers Rhys Oxenham Red Hat Jacob Liberman RED HAT, INC. Hands on with Istio on OpenShift Erik Jacobs, Red Hat; Kamesh Sampath, Red Hat; James Falkner, Red Hat; Burr Sutter, Red Hat show more Description As microservices-based applications become more prevalent, both the number of and complexity of their interactions increases. Up until now, much of the burden of managing these complex microservices interactions has been on the application developer, with different or non-existent support for microservice concepts depending on language and framework. The service mesh concept pushes this responsibility to the infrastructure, with features for traffic management, distributed tracing and observability, policy enforcement, and service/identity security, freeing the developer to focus on business value. In this hands-on lab, you will learn how to apply some of these features to a simple polyglot microservices application running on top of Red Hat OpenShift using Istio, an open platform, to connect, manage, and secure microservices. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 153 Speakers Erik Jacobs Red Hat Kamesh Sampath Red Hat James Falkner Red Hat Burr Sutter Red Hat Implementing proactive security and compliance automation Lucy Kerner, Red Hat; William Nix, Red Hat, Inc.; Kevin Morey, Red Hat; Patrick Rutledge, Red Hat; Nate Stephany, Red Hat show more Description In this hands-on lab, we'll show you how to automate security and compliance using a combination of Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Satellite, Red Hat Ansible Tower, Red Hat Insights, and OpenSCAP. Specifically, you'll do a series of exercises to show you how to: - Use Red Hat CloudForms to create control policies. - Use the data provided by Red Hat Insights for proactive security and automated risk management. - Use Red Hat Ansible Tower for automated security remediations. - Use Red Hat CloudForms as the central place for security and compliance automation. - Automate security scans and remediations using the OpenSCAP integration with Red Hat Satellite and Red Hat Ansible Tower. -Use Red Hat CloudForms to manage the security of the container images running in your Openshift environment Time Wednesday, May 9 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 156 Speakers Lucy Kerner Red Hat William Nix Red Hat, Inc. Kevin Morey Red Hat Patrick Rutledge Red Hat Nate Stephany Red Hat Secure modern software delivery for government—the Booz Allen Way Steven Terrana, Booz Allen Hamilton; Joshua Boyd, Booz Allen Hamilton; Charles Svoboda, Red Hat show more Description Booz Allen spent the last year building a container-based solution for modern software development and delivery. The Solutions Delivery Platform (SDP) is the solution that puts the DevSecOps processes, practices, and philosophy into action. SDP is a container-based DevSecOps platform that accelerates modern software development and delivery. It is comprised of 4 key components—CI/CD pipeline, continuous security workflow, CaaS/PaaS, and DevSecOps dashboard. Join this session to see a live demo on OpenShift that shows how this solution provides secure, modern software delivery for government and to learn about how Booz Allen used open source solutions to solve their customers' everyday challenges. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:00AM - 10:45AM Location 2012 Speakers Steven Terrana Booz Allen Hamilton Joshua Boyd Booz Allen Hamilton Charles Svoboda Red Hat The definitive Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 hands-on lab Chrsitoph Doerbeck, Red Hat Inc.; Matthew St Onge, Red Hat; Joe Hackett, Red Hat Inc.; Rob Wilmoth, Red Hat Inc.; Eddie Chen, Red Hat Inc. show more Description In this hands-on lab, Red Hat field solution architects will lead attendees through a mix of self-paced and instructor-led exercises covering the core and updated capabilities of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4, including: - Service startup and management with systemd - Performance tuning & monitoring with performance co-pilot, tuned, and numad - Storage management with ssm (System Storage Manager) - Data de-duplication and compression with Permabit - Network interface management with nmcli (Network Manager CLI) - Dynamic firewall with firewalld - System administration with Cockpit - System security audit with oscap-workbench (OpenSCAP) - System backup and recovery with rear (Relax and Recover) Time Wednesday, May 9 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 157 Speakers Chrsitoph Doerbeck Red Hat Inc. Matthew St Onge Red Hat Joe Hackett Red Hat Inc. Rob Wilmoth Red Hat Inc. Eddie Chen Red Hat Inc. Upgrade your developer powers with Kubernetes and OpenShift Grant Shipley, Red Hat; Marek Jelen, Red Hat; Michael Hausenblas, Red Hat show more Description Wish you could learn how to build, develop, and run containers successfully in production? Attend this hands-on lab to learn how to do all of this—and much more—on the Kubernetes-based OpenShift platform. You’ll complete exercises that walk you through building, deploying, scaling, and even performing A/B testing on your applications. You’ll also be able to deploy a stateful application with a database and polyglot back-end services. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:00AM - 12:00PM Location 159 Speakers Grant Shipley Red Hat Marek Jelen Red Hat Michael Hausenblas Red Hat
10:30am 5 minutes to enterprise node.js on Red Hat OpenShift with Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes John Clingan, Red Hat; Lance Ball, Red Hat show more Description JavaScript has always played an important role in the browser, and now its use in enterprise server-side development has exploded with Node.js. Its reactive architecture and lightweight design makes it an ideal technology for the containerized microservices architectures you’ve been hearing so much about. What does this mean for your enterprise? Where does it fit, and how can Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes help you benefit from this technology while still using a Platform-as-a-Service model? We’ll answer these questions and more as we demonstrate how quickly you can setup a non-trivial, enterprise-grade Node.js application on Red Hat OpenShift. We’ll explore how to integrate with other open source technologies, such as Istio, and discuss strategies for your Node.js development and deployment pipleline, including canary and blue/green deployment strategies. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 216 Speakers John Clingan Red Hat Lance Ball Red Hat An eventful tour from enterprise integration to serverless computing Christian Posta, Red Hat; Marius Bogoevici, Red Hat show more Description Microservices, data streaming, and serverless computing are trendy, and for good reason. These technologies have evolved to provide economical solutions to modern problems, and have been enabled by technical innovations, such as cloud platforms and an increased demand for data, and experiment-driven business models. However, simply following trends is not a recipe for success. To adopt new technologies and architectural patterns efficiently, developers and architects must understand how they evolved in the larger context of messaging and event-driven architecture. Join us for an overview of different styles of messaging and event-driven architecture, ranging from enterprise integration to event-driven microservices, data streaming, and serverless computing. We will show you how these technologies came into existence, how they evolved from each other, and what problems they solve. To keep things practical, we will show you how to build and run them on Red Hat OpenShift with Red Hat portfolio components. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 207 Speakers Christian Posta Red Hat Marius Bogoevici Red Hat Automation: Our way to the future, by Airbus Yacine Kheddache, Red Hat; Laurent Peres, AIRBUS show more Description Airbus Civil Aircraft division, with 55,000 employees and €46 billion in revenue, faces many challenges: large and multitechnology environments including 27,000 servers, 430 OS releases, 2,500 databases, and 2,500 business-critical applications with frequent updates. In 2016, Airbus needed a solution for the deployment and operation of applications composed of a low to medium number of components and dependencies. Last year, after an extensive proof-of-concept of 7 solutions, we selected 2 products, Red Hat Ansible Tower and CA Technologies Automic for complex apps. In this session, we'll discuss the benefits we've seen after the first year, including reduced lead time, ease of use, cost savings, better consistency and better allocation of resources. We'll also discuss our next steps for additional node deployment, automation, and integration. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2006 Speakers Yacine Kheddache Red Hat Laurent Peres AIRBUS Blockchain: How to identify good use cases Bruno Ciscato, Red Hat show more Description Everyone has an opinion on how blockchain will change business and society. Many startups are working on their disruptive blockchain-based products or services, and some of them are even using initial coin offerings (ICOs) as a funding vehicle. However, it’s hard to find good use cases that haven’t been solved already with more traditional technologies and business models. In this session, you will understand what is unique about blockchain. You will learn a simple framework to help you evaluate use cases and identify the most promising ones, whether you are a company with a problem looking for a better solution, a technology vendor trying to help your customers transform their business, or an analyst researching ICOs. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 10:50AM Location 2010 Speakers Bruno Ciscato Red Hat Constraint optimizer: “I bet you I’m better than a human” Justin Goldsmith, Red Hat; Christian Witchger, Red Hat show more Description Constraint solving, often an overlooked technique within artificial intelligence (AI), can be used to optimize solutions with limited resources such as employees, assets, time, and money. Red Hat Business Optimizer is a lightweight, embeddable planning engine that allows businesses to model their resources and constraints in a straightforward way and use various advanced algorithms to generate a solution. In this interactive session, Red Hat consultants look at actual use cases where Business Optimizer has helped organizations solve issues such as workforce scheduling, vehicle routing, and human task assignment. In addition, you’ll see how constraint solving can even be used to address recent topics in the news, such as gerrymandering, by creating unbiased maps for legislative districts. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location Customer Success Zone, Moscone West, Level 2 Speakers Justin Goldsmith Red Hat Christian Witchger Red Hat Creating APIs with Red Hat JBoss Fuse, Apache Camel REST DSL, and managing them with 3Scale by Red Hat Mary Cochran, Red Hat; Claus Ibsen, Red Hat show more Description This workshop will provide an introduction the open source integration framework Apache Camel. Attendees will learn Camel basics and how to develop and deploy a route with Spring Boot. Due to the common need for REST services in enterprise applications, this session will cover how to start with writing a Camel route using examples of Camel's REST DSL.The REST DSL provides developers with the ability to quickly write and deploy a RESTful service in a user-friendly way without this CXF dependency. Using Spring Boot, attendees will have the opportunity to deploy their Camel routes onto Red Hat OpenShift and set up API management using 3scale by Red Hat. By using 3scale by Red Hat, attendees will be able to manage their API usage, urls, and more. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 12:30PM Location 206 Speakers Mary Cochran Red Hat Claus Ibsen Red Hat Demystifying systemd Ben Breard, Red Hat; Lennart Poettering, Red Hat show more Description Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 brings a modern approach to many elements of the Linux operating system. One of the most significant of these updates is the adoption of systemd, which gives admins and users a host of exciting tools and capabilities. In this session, you'll learn how to get the most out of systemd in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7, including: -New features and functionality in Red Hat Enterprise Linux. -How init commands translate in systemd. -Customizing service unit files. -Securing and sandboxing services. -Resource allocation via cgroups. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2016 Speakers Ben Breard Red Hat Lennart Poettering Red Hat Generations @ work Teresa Caviness, Red Hat; Rick Wagner, Red Hat show more Description Today there are 5 generations in the workplace with different life experiences, backgrounds, and motivations. If generations are so different, how can we work together to tackle complex problems? Join this session to discuss about how Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation Xers, Millennials, and Generation Z can all take advantage of the diversity that each generation brings to innovate business solutions and thrive together in a complex and changing world. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2102 Speakers Teresa Caviness Red Hat Rick Wagner Red Hat Google automates [Ansible] module development Martin Buhr, Google Cloud Platform; Eric Johnson, Google; Alex Stephen, Google show more Description Google will discuss best practices for ensuring enterprise consistency between fast moving Ansible community and the always evolving services on GCP. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2002 Speakers Martin Buhr Google Cloud Platform Eric Johnson Google Alex Stephen Google How are customers automating F5 BIG-IP using Ansible Tower? Payal Singh, F5 Networks show more Description In this session we will talk about real world F5 & Ansible customer use cases. Come and learn how to deploy & onboard F5 BIG-IP devices in both private and public clouds. Become versed in using Ansible Tower and F5 modules to simplify complex network and application delivery. Finally, gain insight into F5 recommended best practices for effective automation. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Payal Singh F5 Networks IBM Engineered Systems and Storage that underpin Blockchain in the IBM Cloud Steven Dickens, IBM; Douglas O'Flaherty, IBM show more Description Next generation technologies such as blockchain and containers are enabling businesses to work together more effectively and deploy new applications much faster. These enterprise workloads need an underpinning data platform that is secure and trusted, that delivers performance at scale, and that is reliable and cost-effective. Find out about the IBM systems being used for blockchain, database and DevOps projects with Red Hat Enterprise Linux today, both on-premise and in the cloud, and hear details of customer examples. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2001 Speakers Steven Dickens IBM Douglas O'Flaherty IBM Istio and Jaeger for service mesh on OpenShift: Overview and roadmap Diogenes Rettori, Red Hat; John Doyle, Red Hat show more Description Istio and Jaeger help provide traffic management, observability, policy enforcement, and service identity and security to your applications on OpenShift. While commonly associated with microservices, they can provide these capabilities for and between any applications. With platform-level management that doesn't require code-level integration, Istio and Jaeger help to streamline the application development process, too. In this session, Red Hat OpenShift product management will give you insight into what you can do today, and what's coming tomorrow. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2103 Speakers Diogenes Rettori Red Hat John Doyle Red Hat Journeying to the cloud Sean Thompson, Red Hat; Christopher Rice, FedSoft, Inc. show more Description Core applications are running on legacy systems and architectures. The cloud is a solution to modernizing your applications and infrastructure. CIOs now have a cloud strategy, many with a cloud first policy. However, IT organizations have old tools and are not fully virtualized. IT does not have data, open, hybrid, or other, policies for the cloud. IT doesn’t have the talent or experience to consume open source: the engine for innovation. Developers have fully deployed applications to production in a public cloud, and public cloud spending is impacting infrastructure budgets. This session will talk about the business factors, the technology challenges, solutions, and the implementation experience moving to cloud. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2011 Speakers Sean Thompson Red Hat Christopher Rice FedSoft, Inc. Live demonstration: Find it. Fix it. Before it breaks. Brent Midwood, Red Hat; John Spinks, Red Hat show more Description A common saying is, "If it ain’t broke, don't fix it." But what if it is broken and you just don't know it? Waiting for something to break means late nights, lunches at your desk, or waiting for a maintenance window to fix issues. However, there are ways for you to automate how you predict, resolve, and manage issues before they cause you headaches. In this session, you'll see a live demonstration of how you can use Red Hat Management solutions, including Red Hat Satellite, Red Hat Insights, and Red Hat Ansible Automation, to reduce the risk of security exploits, performance degradation, and stability failures across your Red Hat infrastructure. If you value your time, your sanity, and your lunch hour, don’t miss this session. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2004 Speakers Brent Midwood Red Hat John Spinks Red Hat Managing costs in hybrid solutions for the public cloud Jane Circle, Red Hat show more Description IDC predicts public cloud spending will reach $266B in 2021, with spending on Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 30% and 29.7%, respectively. Given the pace of spending on public cloud resources, enterprises need consider how they'll budget for the operational costs of including public cloud in their overall IT architectures. This requires both business and technical understanding of how to manage public cloud resources as you digitally transform your applications. In this session, you'll learn about Red Hat’s flexible business models and how to use Red Hat products on the largest global public clouds. We'll discuss some of the pitfalls to avoid in building out hybrid cloud models including data ingress/egress, infrastructures updates, and smart choices to help you control costs as you include public clouds in your hybrid IT architectures. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2022 Speakers Jane Circle Red Hat Mission-critical Red Hat Virtualization operations and evolution in BBVA Daniel Alexander Parkes, Red Hat; Enrique García, Red Hat; José María Ruesta, BBVA show more Description BBVA is one of the largest banks in the world with presence in 30+ countries. BBVA’s global strategy relies on digital transformation to bring the age of opportunity to everyone. Upgrading Red Hat Virtualization environments at scale can be challenging. Come hear how collaboration between the Red Hat Virtualization BU, Engineering, QE, CEE, Consulting, and our customers reduce the uncertainty and minimize the amount of effort required to keep your virtualization infrastructure up-to-date. In this session, we'll discuss: - The BBVA use case and evolution plan for Red Hat Virtualization and its role in the BBVA digital transformation process. - How BBVA faced the challenge of keeping our Red Hat Virtualization environment updated, minimizing operation windows, reducing downtime, and optimizing dedicated resources. - How BBVA reached targets with Red Hat expertise and guidance. - A summary of the key benefits of the process and the takeaways for any other customer with a mission-critical environment. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2020 Speakers Daniel Alexander Parkes Red Hat Enrique García Red Hat José María Ruesta BBVA Network security for apps on OpenShift Veer Muchandi, Red Hat Inc; Shanna Chan, Red Hat show more Description Network security is a primary concern for many enterprises trying to adopt a container platform in production. Talking to the security and compliance teams across different kinds of businesses, we often hear questions such as: - How do I secure application tiers when our security policy doesn't allow databases and web tiers to run on the same network? - How do I restrict connections to services running outside the platform? - How do I secure ingress? In this session, we'll address these questions—and more—on the topic of network security. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2008 Speakers Veer Muchandi Red Hat Inc Shanna Chan Red Hat OpenShift and Tensorflow David Aronchick, Google; Matthew Farrellee, Red Hat show more Description As the world of Tensorflow (an open source software library for dataflow programming across a range of tasks) and K8s (Kubernetes, an open source orchestration framework for containerized applications) come together there is a need for a consistent development workflow, model management, and streamlined scaled execution. In this session, Red Hat and Google will walk through the tools, processes, and (perhaps the most important) business examples. You should expect to get a good idea of how to run these technologies together. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 208 Speakers David Aronchick Google Matthew Farrellee Red Hat Red Hat Ceph Storage roadmap: Past, present, and future Neil Levine, Red Hat show more Description Ceph is a massively scalable, open source, software-defined storage solution that runs on commodity hardware. In this session, we'll share an update about the latest version of Red Hat Ceph Storage, including information about the newest features and use cases, with a particular focus on cloud storage, big data, and OpenStack. We’ll also explore the themes and directions of the roadmap for the next 12 months. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2024 Speakers Neil Levine Red Hat Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on AWS workshop Mandus Momberg, Amazon; Nicholas Gerasimatos, Red Hat show more Description PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE TO WORKSHOP Join AWS & Red Hat in this unique workshop and hands-on lab to learn how to simplify application development using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on AWS. Please bring your laptop to the event. In this instructor led workshop, you’ll learn about: 1.) Differences between container orchestration like kubernetes and an application platform like Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. 2.) How to develop a basic containerized application, break down an application into multiple containers, and then deploy these images to container host platforms. 3.) About user & project management, role based access control, automated build and deployment processes, automated healing and AWS Services integration. Workshop Audience: - Developers and technical evangelists - Cloud, application, and infrastructure architects - IT operations and systems managers Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 12:30PM Location 214 Speakers Mandus Momberg Amazon Nicholas Gerasimatos Red Hat Red Hat Satellite 6: Securing the Linux life cycle in the public sector Rich Jerrido, Red Hat; Chris Reynolds, Red Hat show more Description The public sector has been hit hard with a number of cyber breaches, often due to application stacks running on hosts lacking essential security patches. Monitoring critical enterprise Linux infrastructure is complex and often hindered by poor governance, fragmented management applications, and unnecessary exposure to the public internet. In this session, learn how Red Hat Satellite 6 is designed to address these all-too-common vulnerabilities with highly structured workflows for deploying standard Linux builds, from early stages to production. Satellite 6 goes further with integrated Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) scanning that combines common vulnerability reporting and misconfigurations into an actionable dashboard tailored for large-scale Linux. You'll also learn how Satellite 6 offers all of its essential security services in a fully disconnected capacity to further protect critical computing assets from infiltration and common exposures. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2014 Speakers Rich Jerrido Red Hat Chris Reynolds Red Hat Securing service mesh, microservices, and modern applications with JSON Web Token (JWT) Stian Thorgersen, Red Hat; Sébastien Blanc, Red Hat show more Description Sharing identity and authorization information between applications and services should be done with an open industry standard to ensure interoperability in heterogeneous environments. Javascript Object Signing and Encryption (JOSE) is a framework for securely sharing such information between heterogeneous applications and services. In this session, we’ll cover the specifications of the JOSE framework, focusing especially on JSON Web Token (JWT). We’ll discuss practical applications of the JOSE framework, including relevant specifications, such as OpenID Connect. After this session, you’ll have an understanding of the specifications and how to easily adopt them using Red Hat single sign-on or another OpenID Connect provider. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 215 Speakers Stian Thorgersen Red Hat Sébastien Blanc Red Hat UNICEF and the magic box: Humanitarian applications of open source Alexandra Machado, Red Hat; Stephen Jacobs, RIT; Tom Callaway, Red Hat; Mike Fabricant, UNICEF show more Description This panel will provide an overview and case study of a partnership between Red Hat, UNICEF Innovation, and the LibreCorps program in RIT's FOSS@MAGIC initiative. UNICEF Innovation's MAGIC BOX API is a platform that ingests data from both public sources and private sector partners. It has been used to provide insights and solutions to epidemic outbreaks, natural disasters, population analysis and mapping school connectivity and growth. RIT's LibreCorps connects, and sometimes supports, UNICEF and other NGOs, civic entities, and FOSS community projects with full-time RIT interns. Red Hat is the primary sponsor of FOSS@MAGIC and LibreCorps. Several of Red Hat’s academic partners work with humanitarian and civic projects. Together with UNICEF Innovation and RIT, Red Hat is currently piloting a global social innovation initiative. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2009 Speakers Alexandra Machado Red Hat Stephen Jacobs RIT Tom Callaway Red Hat Mike Fabricant UNICEF Using Ansible and Redfish to Automate Systems Management Jose Delarosa, Dell EMC; Amit Bhutani, Dell EMC show more Description Ansible is an open source automation engine that automates complex tasks such as application deployments, cloud provisioning, and a wide variety of system administration tasks. It is a one-to-many agentless mechanism where complex deployment and configuration tasks can be managed and monitored from a central control machine. Redfish is an open industry-standard specification and schema designed for modern and secure management of platform hardware. Redfish APIs are available in Dell EMC PowerEdge servers via the integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC), which is used by IT administrators to remotely monitor and manage their infrastructure using a variety of client applications on devices such as laptops, tablets and smart phones. Together, Ansible and Redfish can be used to fully automate at large scale server monitoring, provisioning and update tasks from one central location, significantly reducing management complexity and helping improve the productivity and efficiency of IT administrators. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2003 Speakers Jose Delarosa Dell EMC Amit Bhutani Dell EMC Why the OS matters in the public cloud Karen Farmer, Red Hat; Rick Anthony, Kohls; Rick Stewart, DLT Solutions; nigel barnes, accenture show more Description Speed, agility, and cost improvements are the big drivers for moving or deploying new applications in the public cloud. Red Hat customers are gaining these improvements and preparing their cloud deployments for future success by extending their Red Hat Enterprise Linux foundation to any of the 600+ Red Hat Certified Cloud and Service Providers (CCSPs). Our partner and customer panel will discuss business priorities driving public cloud adoption and how the Red Hat product portfolio supports these requirements. Learn about the trusted capabilities of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat OpenShift, the benefit of collaborative engineering shaping future requirements, protecting investment by seamlessly supporting multiple technologies and platforms, and more. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:30AM - 11:15AM Location 2007 Speakers Karen Farmer Red Hat Rick Anthony Kohls Rick Stewart DLT Solutions nigel barnes accenture
10:55am Decision management on Red Hat OpenShift Matteo Mortari, Red hat show more Description Decision management aims to improve the decision-making process by ensuring it is consistent, precise and agile. It helps the enterprise quickly react to changes, a key concern for modern solutions on the open, global market. Red Hat Decision Manager 7 uses the capabilities of Red Hat OpenShift to deploy dynamic and scalable decision services that are transparent, testable, and auditable. During this presentation, attendees will learn how to develop, manage, and deploy these decision services to the cloud, using Red Hat OpenShift. In particular, the presentation will demonstrate the new Decision Manager 7 product that enables transparent deployment of decision services without any need for integration or glue code. Time Wednesday, May 9 10:55AM - 11:15AM Location 2010 Speakers Matteo Mortari Red hat
11:00am Operations and ATOs: As easy as ordering pizza Ted Brunell, Red Hat show more Description In this session, Ted Brunell will cover why IT operations and the authority to operate (ATO) process should be as easy as ordering pizza. We'll cover how new automation technology can be used to both control what is deployed in the datacenter and to control application and security configurations. We'll also discuss open source projects that can assist in gaining and maintaining an authority to operate. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:00AM - 11:45AM Location 2012 Speakers Ted Brunell Red Hat
11:45am A problem's not a problem, until it's a problem (Red Hat Insights) Phil Griffiths, Red Hat; Phil Griffiths, Red Hat show more Description Find out how using predictive analytics from Red Hat Insights, you can assess the impact of a potential system issue and the likelihood of it becoming a problem. This session will provide an introduction to Red Hat Insights, using real past and present examples. We'll walk through the interface from the perspectives of a systems administrator, operations team, and security professional. We'll demonstrate how this invaluable tool can be used in your day-to-day job to reduce issues and assess the overall health index of your estate. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:05PM Location 2010 Speakers Phil Griffiths Red Hat Phil Griffiths Red Hat Accelerate Software Delivery with CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform Will Refvem, CloudBees show more Description Container-based application development platforms and DevOps initiatives are transforming the way enterprises build and deploy software. The latest versions of OpenShift includes Jenkins®, enabling development teams to build, test and deploy their applications in a fully automated manner. Some of the challenges facing OpenShift users are that they don’t have access to Jenkins expertise, can’t enforce company guidelines, lack fine-grained access controls or guarantee plugin compatibility. The answer to these challenges is CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise running natively on OpenShift. Join our session and learn everything CloudBees & Red Hat including solution features, benefits, and more. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Will Refvem CloudBees Automate complex software-defined storage in minutes with Ansible Dustin Black, Red Hat show more Description In this session, we will discuss: - An overview of the technical hurdles that make software-defined storage (SDS) challenging to adopt. - The business drivers pushing toward simplification of SDS consumption. - The approach to architecture—"Simplicity on the other side of complexity." - A technical architecture overview of the Ansible automation behind Red Hat Storage One, reducing days or weeks of SDS deployment effort to minutes. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2020 Speakers Dustin Black Red Hat Best practices for OpenShift high-availability deployment field experience Orgad Kimchi, Red Hat; Christina Wong, NuoDB; Ariff Kassam, NuoDB show more Description Traditional disaster recovery means maintaining underutilized datacenters, infrastructure, and software. During outages, your organization endures downtime while backup datacenters and applications come back online. However, success in today’s always-on, always-available world cannot tolerate interruption of services. Yesterday’s disaster recovery strategies and technologies are inadequate for today’s business requirements. With an active-active, elastic SQL database designed for containers, hybrid cloud, and modern applications, you don’t need to force-fit traditional technologies into today’s world. In this session, you will learn: -Best practices for OpenShift high-availability (HA) deployment. -The challenges of traditional disaster recovery strategies for today's requirements. -How elastic SQL databases like NuoDB innately provide active-active capabilities. -Examples of disaster recovery using an active-active database and Red Hat technologies. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2004 Speakers Orgad Kimchi Red Hat Christina Wong NuoDB Ariff Kassam NuoDB Best practices for working with data in a microservices architecture Emmanuel Bernard, Red Hat; KIMBERLY PALKO, Red Hat; Madou Coulibaly, Red Hat show more Description Red Hat provides a platform with all the necessary components to build applications as a set of independently deployable microservices. Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes offers a set of runtime technologies to implement and deploy these micro applications successfully and efficiently on Red Hat OpenShift. What about data? These apps are fed by the data your company accumulates. How do you bring the same agility to your data in a container world? Lots of challenges arise, including: speed, flexibility to access, manipulate, and extract value out of your data, deployment independence while sharing data between apps, and the stateful nature of apps designed to be stateless. To realize the potential of application data, both in motion and at rest, Red Hat offers solutions addressing your data problems. In this session, we will look at how to build microservices with best practices for data. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2022 Speakers Emmanuel Bernard Red Hat KIMBERLY PALKO Red Hat Madou Coulibaly Red Hat Code your infrastructure: ELO success story Flavio Andrade, Red Hat; Flavio Andrade, Red Hat; Anderson Agapito, ELO Cartões show more Description Most corporations have to modernize so they can reduce cost, manage their growth, and keep competitive in the market. Nevertheless, they still have to make sure their legacy systems and current infrastructure are operating while they make changes and innovate. That’s where automation comes into play. In this session, you will learn how Red Hat Ansible Automation, Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat Gluster Storage, and Red Hat Satellite supported ELO, a Brazilian payment company, to reduce time to market and risks while improving accountability, efficiency, and the quality of their services. Attendees will learn how automation and integration can help your company be disruptive, just like fintechs, while maintaining traditional processes of governance and a high level of security. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2006 Speakers Flavio Andrade Red Hat Flavio Andrade Red Hat Anderson Agapito ELO Cartões Container Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Linux: The road ahead Ben Breard, Red Hat; Brandon Philips, Red Hat show more Description Now that CoreOS has joined Red Hat, what does the future hold for Container Linux? What about Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host? Will there be four Linux distributions in the Red Hat family? In this session, we’ll put an end to the speculation and dive into our strategy and roadmap for creating the next chapter in Linux history. Find out how we’re changing the game around immutable infrastructure and automating the foundation of Red Hat OpenShift. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2014 Speakers Ben Breard Red Hat Brandon Philips Red Hat Deploying Red Hat OpenShift on Red Hat Virtualization Jon Benedict, Red Hat; Jason Tower, Bandwidth; Jeff Spahr, Bandwidth.com show more Description Containers provide a fantastic means of delivering applications, but they still need an infrastructure to support them. When looking at an on-premise solution, bare metal, virtualization, and private cloud are all viable choices. In this session, Jon Benedict of Red Hat, along with Jason Tower and Jeff Spahr of Bandwidth, will go over the different considerations for choosing the infrastructure for Red Hat OpenShift, using the deployment of Red Hat OpenShift on Red Hat Virtualization at Bandwidth as a deployment example. Attendees will learn: - Considerations for choosing a container (Red Hat OpenShift) infrastructure. - Lessons learned from a real-world deployment. - Best practices for deploying Red Hat OpenShift on Red Hat Virtualization. Join Jason, Jeff, and Jon as they provide real-world examples of Red Hat OpenShift on Red Hat Virtualization. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2008 Speakers Jon Benedict Red Hat Jason Tower Bandwidth Jeff Spahr Bandwidth.com First step to creating engaging and effective teams Matt Takane, Red Hat; Tom Heisey, Red Hat show more Description Have you ever been on a newly formed team as it struggles to be high-performing, collaborative, transparent, trusting, and efficient? This nirvana-like state doesn’t happen overnight, or because a project manager demands it. Join our Red Hat Open Innovation Labs experts to experience how methods like Agile Faces, Priority Sliders, and Super Heroes Unite can help your new team expedite the ability to progress through the stages of team development. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location Customer Success Zone, Moscone West, Level 2 Speakers Matt Takane Red Hat Tom Heisey Red Hat Going from OpenShift POC to production: How to accelerate this path with HPE Ka Wai Leung, Hewlett Packard Enterprise; Michael Mattsson, Hewlett Packard Enterprise show more Description Testing with a small OpenShift POC environment is an easy way to experiment with container DevOps and the deployment process.   Transitioning from a POC to a large scale production requires much planning around scale, HA, backup/recovery, security, change management and collaboration with other IT units.  Learn about the governance, processes, deployment and platform considerations required for putting OpenShift into production.  We will also highlight how HPE can accelerate this transition through the OpenShift solution that we are jointly developing with Red Hat. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2003 Speakers Ka Wai Leung Hewlett Packard Enterprise Michael Mattsson Hewlett Packard Enterprise jBPM BoF: Let's talk processes Kris Verlaenen, Red Hat; Maciej Swiderski, RedHat show more Description Join the jBPM community team in this informal session about (anything related to) BPM. Help us solve problems we're trying to figure out, and we'll try to do the same for you. You'll have the opportunity to talk to community experts, ask that one question (or more) that you've been dying to get the answer to, or just come and hear what others have to say. Other potential discussion topics: - Tell us how you build your (process-driven) applications. - Is case management the more powerful BPM that you need? - What are your cloud expectations? - What can we do to make your life easier? - How you can contribute. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2103 Speakers Kris Verlaenen Red Hat Maciej Swiderski RedHat Making IoT real across industries James Kirkland, Red Hat; E.G. Nadhan, Red Hat; Ravi Kanniganti, Zebra Technologies; Chadwick Ferman, ExxonMobil; Eric Ensminger, United Airlines show more Description Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow around us in the digital world—omnipresent in various interactions we experience around the clock. These experiences span a wide spectrum of industries and business functions across the extended enterprise. Ranging from the wearables and smart home devices, to the sensors in the connected vehicle, IoT is an integral part of mechanical equipment and manufacturing assembly lines. Smart devices augment smart homes leading up to smart, secure cities. In this session, a distinguished panel of technology leaders from forward-thinking enterprises and Red Hat technology strategists will discuss how business value can be derived with innovative IoT across the financial, transportation, healthcare, telecommunications, manufacturing, and public sector industries. You'll walk away with an understanding of specific IoT solutions that have had a tangible business impact as a result of innovative technologies from Red Hat and its partners. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2007 Speakers James Kirkland Red Hat E.G. Nadhan Red Hat Ravi Kanniganti Zebra Technologies Chadwick Ferman ExxonMobil Eric Ensminger United Airlines Modern application development with OpenShift on Cisco infrastructure Andres Vega Arias, Cisco; Vishwanath Jakka, Cisco show more Description Modernization of software development in the enterprise has primarily driven by three priorities; the need to develop and deliver products faster, for the information technology to be in alignment with the business, and for the systems to be secured. Cisco integrated solutions with Openshift provide fast, easy, secure and scalable networking and compute for Openshift meeting infrastructure demands across development and production environments. This session covers the integration of Openshift with Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure and Cisco Unified Computing System. Cisco ACI and UCS offer a turnkey, developer-friendly solution for on premise application container platforms, including feature for network and application security policy, seamless connectivity of deployed containerized application with existing infrastructure, hardware-accelerated load balancing, and visibility and telemetry. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2001 Speakers Andres Vega Arias Cisco Vishwanath Jakka Cisco Production-ready NFV at Telecom Italia (TIM) Fabrizio Pezzella, Red Hat; Matteo Bernacchi, Red Hat; Ivano Guardini, Telecom Italia show more Description Telecom Italia (TIM) is the first large telco in Italy to deploy OpenStack into production. TIM chose to deploy a NFV solution based on Red Hat OpenStack Platform for its cloud datacenter and put critical VNFs—such as vIMS and vEPC—into production for its core business services. In this session, learn how TIM worked with Red Hat Consulting, as well as Ericsson as VNF vendor and Accenture as system integration, to set up an end-to-end NFV environment that matched its requirements with complex features like DPDK, completely automated. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2002 Speakers Fabrizio Pezzella Red Hat Matteo Bernacchi Red Hat Ivano Guardini Telecom Italia Quay, CoreOS, and Red Hat Jimmy Zelinskie, Red Hat show more Description Quay is the leading container registry for building, storing, and distributing your private containers to your servers. Join us for a conversation about Red Hat's recent acquisition of CoreOS and what this means for Quay. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2102 Speakers Jimmy Zelinskie Red Hat Reactive data pipelines on OpenShift with Eclipse Vert.x Clement Escoffier, Red Hat; Marius Bogoevici, Red Hat show more Description Modern applications are data intensive and deal with large volumes of data from a variety of heterogeneous sources. Use cases are becoming more complex as well—for example, combining IoT, analytics, and traditional enterprise applications in a unified data pipeline. In this scenario, data is flowing continuously. How do you handle this data? How do you deal with a large number of concurrent clients sending data continuously to your application? How can you manage heterogeneous, ever-changing data? In this session, we'll share how reactive data pipelines provide a resilient and elastic backbone to face the data flow and get the job done. We'll present how applying reactive principles to data pipelines provides a flexible, responsive way to integrate data ingestion and processing scenarios in a microservices-based architecture. This solution integrates Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes—specifically its reactive facet, Vert.x—Red Hat AMQ, and Apache Kafka. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 216 Speakers Clement Escoffier Red Hat Marius Bogoevici Red Hat Red Hat AMQ overview and roadmap David Ingham, Red Hat; Jack Britton, Red Hat show more Description Red Hat AMQ is a flexible suite of messaging technologies that delivers information reliably across the enterprise, the cloud, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Join this session to hear: - An overview of AMQ, including a sneak preview of the exciting new features coming in 2018, including support for Apache Kafka and messaging-as-a-service on OpenShift. - How AMQ broker provides feature-rich queuing and publish/subscribe messaging with full JMS 2.0 support and leading performance and scalability. - How AMQ Interconnect can create a secure hybrid cloud messaging backbone, spanning private and public clouds. - How AMQ clients provide standards-based connectivity from a broad range of languages, including Java, C++, C#/.NET, Python, JavaScript and Ruby. - How AMQ Streams provides an OpenShift-native distribution of the Apache Kafka data streaming platform. - How AMQ Online provides a scalable messaging-as-a-service “utility” for OpenShift. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2011 Speakers David Ingham Red Hat Jack Britton Red Hat Red Hat Enterprise Linux multi-year roadmap Mike McGrath, Red Hat; Siddharth Nagar, Red Hat, Inc. show more Description There are more operating systems running than ever before, yet operators are interacting directly with those systems at increasingly lower rates. Businesses expect IT to just keep running, and operators mostly interact with systems to troubleshoot. Everything else is done by bots, scripts, and by automated tools like Ansible. Red Hat Enterprise Linux continues to be at the heart of Red Hat's work supporting innovation for customers, partners, and industries. Keeping up with rapid change is challenging, but planning ahead can be even harder. Attend this session to discuss what the future of the operating system might hold for Red Hat. In this session, we'll discuss: - Trends and techniques for automatically dealing with massive server deployments. - Roadmap innovation happening in computing today. - The impact of containers and cloud computing on enterprises. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2016 Speakers Mike McGrath Red Hat Siddharth Nagar Red Hat, Inc. Red Hat Management roadmap and strategy Tom Anderson, Red Hat show more Description Attend this session to learn the latest on the strategy and roadmap for Red Hat Management, including details on Red Hat Ansible Automation, Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Insights, and Red Hat Satellite. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 215 Speakers Tom Anderson Red Hat The future of storage and how it is shaping our roadmap Sage Weil, Red Hat show more Description This talk will cover storage industry trends and how they are affecting the Red Hat storage roadmap, over both the short and long term. This will include hardware trends (e.g., the move to all-flash storage devices, persistent memory, the looming demise of hard drives, and storage fabrics) and changing software architectures (e.g., object storage, containerization, application orchestration, and multi- and hybrid cloud portability). We’ll look at what this means for the Red Hat storage software portfolio (including Linux kernel storage infrastructure, Ceph, and Gluster) and the broader Red Hat portfolio (including OpenShift and OpenStack), and conclude with a deep dive on what the Ceph project is doing to adapt to a changing industry. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2024 Speakers Sage Weil Red Hat What's a service mesh? Christian Posta, Red Hat; Louis Ryan, Google; William Morgan, Buoyant show more Description As we build distributed systems, break apart monoliths, and move to cloud, one of the biggest challenges is handling the network. Service meshes abstract the network away from your application, providing visibility, reliability, resiliency, and security transparently to applications. In this session, a panel of service mesh experts will define and discuss service meshes, the problems they solve, existing solutions, and the future of service meshes. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 208 Speakers Christian Posta Red Hat Louis Ryan Google William Morgan Buoyant Why you’re going to FAIL running Java on docker Rafael Benevides, Red Hat; Rafael Benevides, Red Hat show more Description Running Java on docker is easy, right? Just create a Dockerfile, run a Docker build, and then you’re ready to go. But thinking this way is the easiest path to complete FAILURE when running Docker containers in production. A Java virtual machine (JVM) knows how to auto-tune itself to achieve the best possible performance in its environment, comprised of a single physical or virtual machine. But containers changes everything: you now need to know how containers manages their own resources and apply this knowledge when running and optimizing your JVM running in a container. Attend this session about JVM and containers and avoid the highway to debugging hell. You’ll get simple tips & tricks that will save you hundreds of hours of debugging and logging container issues. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 207 Speakers Rafael Benevides Red Hat Rafael Benevides Red Hat Workload portability using Red Hat CloudForms and Ansible Bill Helgeson, Consulting; Jason Woods, Red Hat; Marco Berube, Red Hat show more Description As customers transform their datacenters, using new infrastructure as quickly as possible is a challenge. Managing this new infrastructure and migrating existing workloads can be a very detailed and complicated process. In this session, we'll show how to organize workloads into manageable groups and automate the process of migration in a policy-driven manner. Attendees will learn how several customers have successfully solved this problem, reducing transition costs and increasing control of their environments. Using CloudForms and Ansible, we'll demonstrate moving three tiered services to Red Hat Virtualization, Red Hat Openstack Platform, and AWS simultaneously based on policy. Time Wednesday, May 9 11:45AM - 12:30PM Location 2009 Speakers Bill Helgeson Consulting Jason Woods Red Hat Marco Berube Red Hat
12:00pm Breaking into the curriculum—OpenShift in the classroom Michael McNeill, UNC - Chapel Hill; William Mowery, UNC show more Description At the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, central IT historically struggles to break into the classroom and become part of the curriculum rather than just supporting it. In this session, we'll discuss how our Middleware team brought our on-premise OpenShift environment into the classroom at UNC, what changes we had to make to get there, and feedback we received along the way. We'll demonstrate how OpenShift can be used to become part of a core curriculum of not only the Computer Science department, but also of areas like Research Computing and the School of Media and Journalism, in an effort to better prepare students for their professional careers. We'll also discuss how we've extended the platform with custom images to meet users' needs, including Shibboleth SSO integrations with automatic service provider provisioning, as well as WordPress/Drupal "quickstarts," and others. Time Wednesday, May 9 12:00PM - 12:30PM Location 2012 Speakers Michael McNeill UNC - Chapel Hill William Mowery UNC
12:10pm The why behind DevOps, containers, and microservices Edson Yanaga, Red Hat show more Description Every company is now a software company. Software is fueling the new digital economy. How can we deliver software—and value—faster? In this session, we'll share the real reasons for you to engage in DevOps, container technology, and microservices. With this knowledge, you and your team will be able to stop discussing and start delivering real value faster and more reliably. Time Wednesday, May 9 12:10PM - 12:30PM Location 2010 Speakers Edson Yanaga Red Hat
12:40pm Detecting Cryptojacking on Openshift with Sysdig Falco Mark Stemm, Sysdig show more Description Exploiting container orchestrators like Openshift and Kubernetes to run cryptocurrency miners is quickly becoming a popular attack vector. Also known as cryptojacking, these exploits take advantage of exposed dashboards, open API ports, or poorly coded applications. Sysdig Falco, an open source behavioral activity monitor, can help you detect such abnormal activity on your Openshift clusters. In this talk we'll cover the basics of crytojacking, how Sysdig Falco works, and how to write rules to detect abnormal behavior. Attendees will leave with an understanding of how runtime security with Sysdig Falco is an important part of their Openshift security strategy. Time Wednesday, May 9 12:40PM - 1:00PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Mark Stemm Sysdig
1:00pm Containerizing applications—existing and new Langdon White, Red Hat; Scott Collier, Red Hat; Tommy Hughes, Red Hat; Dusty Mabe, Red Hat show more Description In this hands-on lab, based on highly rated labs from Red Hat Summit 2016 and 2017, you'll learn how to create containerized applications from scratch and from existing applications. Learn how to build and test these applications in a Red Hat OpenShift environment, as well as deploy new containers to Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host. You'll quickly develop a basic containerized application, migrate a simple popular application to a containerized version, and deploy your new applications to container host platforms. You’ll get a feel for the different container host platforms and learn how to choose the best one for your container needs. And finally, you’ll learn what to consider and what tools you can use when implementing a containerized microservices architecture. Time Wednesday, May 9 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 155 Speakers Langdon White Red Hat Scott Collier Red Hat Tommy Hughes Red Hat Dusty Mabe Red Hat From source to RPM in 120 minutes Adam Miller, Red Hat Inc show more Description In this lab, we'll learn best practices for packaging software using the Red Hat Enterprise Linux native packaging format, RPM. We'll cover how to properly build software from source code into RPM packages, create RPM packages from precompiled binaries, and automate RPM builds from source code version control systems (such as git) for use in CI/DevOps environments. And finally, we'll hear tips and tricks from lessons learned, such as how to set up and work with pristine build environments and why such things are important to software packaging. Time Wednesday, May 9 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 158 Speakers Adam Miller Red Hat Inc Getting started with Ansible Eric Lavarde, Red Hat; Goetz Rieger, Red Hat show more Description Ansible is a simple yet powerful IT automation engine for app deployment, configuration management, and orchestration that you can learn quickly. In this hands-on lab, you'll get to know Ansible from the ground up. After a brief introduction, you'll install Ansible and run the first commands. Next, we'll tackle some of the basic concepts, and you'll start to write your first playbooks. Along the way, you'll learn more advanced concepts, such as controlling task execution and templating. Time Wednesday, May 9 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 159 Speakers Eric Lavarde Red Hat Goetz Rieger Red Hat Hands on with Satellite 6 Bryan Kearney, Red Hat; Eric Helms, Red Hat; Adam Růžička, Red Hat; Sachin Ghai, Red Hat show more Description Red Hat Satellite is Red Hat's platform management tool. In this hands-on lab, we'll cover: - An introduction to the current features of Red Hat Satellite - A preview of features coming in Satellite 6.4. You'll also see integrations with Red Hat Insights and Red Hat Ansible Automation as you learn how Red Hat Satellite helps you efficiently manage Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Time Wednesday, May 9 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 154 Speakers Bryan Kearney Red Hat Eric Helms Red Hat Adam Růžička Red Hat Sachin Ghai Red Hat Implementing proactive security and compliance automation Lucy Kerner, Red Hat; William Nix, Red Hat, Inc.; Kevin Morey, Red Hat; Patrick Rutledge, Red Hat; Nate Stephany, Red Hat show more Description In this hands-on lab, we'll show you how to automate security and compliance using a combination of Red Hat CloudForms, Red Hat Satellite, Red Hat Ansible Tower, Red Hat Insights, and OpenSCAP. Specifically, you'll do a series of exercises to show you how to: - Use Red Hat CloudForms to create control policies. - Use the data provided by Red Hat Insights for proactive security and automated risk management. - Use Red Hat Ansible Tower for automated security remediations. - Use Red Hat CloudForms as the central place for security and compliance automation. - Automate security scans and remediations using the OpenSCAP integration with Red Hat Satellite and Red Hat Ansible Tower. -Use Red Hat CloudForms to manage the security of the container images running in your Openshift environment Time Wednesday, May 9 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 156 Speakers Lucy Kerner Red Hat William Nix Red Hat, Inc. Kevin Morey Red Hat Patrick Rutledge Red Hat Nate Stephany Red Hat Practical OpenSCAP Martin Preisler, Red Hat; Watson Sato, Red Hat show more Description In this hands-on lab, we'll review using OpenSCAP to perform automated security compliance for bare-metal machines, virtual machines, and containers. SCAP content customization lets you fit security policies to your use case. -Evaluate targets using the command-line and GUI interface. -Learn how to scale to small and large infrastructures using Red Hat Satellite 6. -Explore new possibilities to generate Ansible Playbooks from security compliance content, then deploy at scale using Red Hat Ansible Tower. Time Wednesday, May 9 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 153 Speakers Martin Preisler Red Hat Watson Sato Red Hat The definitive Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 hands-on lab Chrsitoph Doerbeck, Red Hat Inc.; Matthew St Onge, Red Hat; Joe Hackett, Red Hat Inc.; Rob Wilmoth, Red Hat Inc.; Eddie Chen, Red Hat Inc. show more Description In this hands-on lab, Red Hat field solution architects will lead attendees through a mix of self-paced and instructor-led exercises covering the core and updated capabilities of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4, including: - Service startup and management with systemd - Performance tuning & monitoring with performance co-pilot, tuned, and numad - Storage management with ssm (System Storage Manager) - Data de-duplication and compression with Permabit - Network interface management with nmcli (Network Manager CLI) - Dynamic firewall with firewalld - System administration with Cockpit - System security audit with oscap-workbench (OpenSCAP) - System backup and recovery with rear (Relax and Recover) Time Wednesday, May 9 1:00PM - 3:00PM Location 157 Speakers Chrsitoph Doerbeck Red Hat Inc. Matthew St Onge Red Hat Joe Hackett Red Hat Inc. Rob Wilmoth Red Hat Inc. Eddie Chen Red Hat Inc.
1:10pm Envoy configuration management at Lyft Constance Caramanolis, Lyft show more Description Lyft has over 200 services using Envoy totaling more than 20,000 instances running in production. Lyft started with a few static configurations files and now allows for every service to configure their own config using Envoy's Discovery APIs. Time Wednesday, May 9 1:10PM - 1:30PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Constance Caramanolis Lyft
2:00pm Red Hat in healthcare—FHIR, clinical decision support, PaaS Atif Chaughtai, Red Hat; Ravi Juneja, Fresenius Medical Care; Alan Scott, HCA IT&S; Vipul Kashyap, Northwell Health show more Description Join the Red Hat Healthcare team and your peers for a session that will cover healthcare emerging standards such as FHIR, use cases, emerging technologies and their challenges. You'll hear talks from some of our most innovative customers—Fresenius Medical Care, Hospital Corporation of America, and Northwell Health—followed by what promises to be a lively panel discussion. Time Wednesday, May 9 2:00PM - 3:45PM Location 2012 Speakers Atif Chaughtai Red Hat Ravi Juneja Fresenius Medical Care Alan Scott HCA IT&S Vipul Kashyap Northwell Health
3:10pm Helping enterprises accelerate their modernization journey Amar Pratap Rama Murthy, Infosys Limited; RAJIB DEB, INFOSYS show more Description Showcase Infosys solutions built using Red Hat stack that enable enterprises to take advantage of Enterprise grade open source products. • Monolith to Microservices • Application migration to Open Shift • Migrate from proprietary BPM to JBOSS BPM • Infrastructure Automation with Ansible • Migration to JBOSS Fuse Time Wednesday, May 9 3:10PM - 3:30PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Amar Pratap Rama Murthy Infosys Limited RAJIB DEB INFOSYS
3:30pm 3 pitfalls everyone should avoid with hybrid multicloud Eric D. Schabell, Red Hat; Roel Hodzelmans, Red Hat show more Description The daily hype is all around you. From cloud, hybrid cloud, to hybrid multicloud, you’re told this is the way to ensure a digital future for your business. These choices you need to make don’t preclude the daily work of enhancing your customer's experience and agile delivery of those applications. Let us take you on a journey, looking closely at what hybrid multicloud means for your business, the decisions being made about delivering applications, and dealing with legacy applications, likely the most important resources to your business. Join us for an hour of power, where real customer experiences are used to highlight the top three lessons learned when transitioning into hybrid multicloud environments. Note: The speakers have spent the last two years working with customers making their digital journeys a reality and speak first hand about the top lessons learned deploying new and existing applications. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2014 Speakers Eric D. Schabell Red Hat Roel Hodzelmans Red Hat Accurate and reportable configuration information for Ansible deployments Chris Baynham-Hughes, Atos; Andres Alos, Atos UK show more Description Organisations are increasingly automating the deployment of assets on multi-clouds using APIs. Ansible provides an engine to make such automated configuration changes. However, the challenge is to make sure that the state of the infrastructure can be accurately reported at all times and integration with automation tools is straightforward and part of the development lifecycle. A configuration management database (CMDB) could be used as the starting point for driving deployment activities (e.g. by generating Ansible inventories) or to record the output of Ansible execution; or both. In this session, we will describe the organisational challenges and benefits of closely integrating deployment automation activities with a modern and lightweight​ configuration management database. We will then show an example of such database built as a SpringBoot micro-service running in the OpenShift Container Platform and how it can be used from an Ansible playbook. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2001 Speakers Chris Baynham-Hughes Atos Andres Alos Atos UK Camel integration with Spring Boot and Red Hat Fuse on OpenShift Claus Ibsen, Red Hat show more Description Apache Camel has fundamentally changed the way enterprise Java developers think about system-to-system integration by making enterprise integration patterns (EIP) a simple declaration in a lightweight application wrapped and delivered as a single JAR. In this session, we’ll show you how to bring the best practices from the EIP world together with containers, running on top of OpenShift, and deployed as Spring Boot-based microservices using Red Hat Fuse, which are both cloud-native and cloud-portable. Building and designing cloud-native microservices impacts how we develop. We'll discuss practices how to build distributed and fault-tolerant microservices with technologies such as OpenShift Services, Netflix Hystrix, Camel EIPs, and Istio. You will see live demos of us killing containers to test fault tolerance, and more. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 216 Speakers Claus Ibsen Red Hat Delivering on-premise cloud with Red Hat OpenShift Jerry Eshbaugh, The Strategic Product show more Description Running modern cloud-based applications requires a level of agility that is not found in traditional on-premise datacenters. This presentation describes how the federal government is using Red Hat OpenShift to deliver modern cloud- and service-based applications with the levels of security and trust provided by an on-premise datacenter. Traditional on-premise datacenters are the solution of choice for applications that require high levels of security and a predictable cost model. Unfortunately, these benefits come with many barriers to continuous improvement, rapid scalability, and service-oriented architectures. With the frequency of deployment quickly becoming the "Net Promoter Score" of DevOps, rapid deployment and agility are now key to success. For any DevOps CI/CD strategy to be successful, the supporting infrastructure also needs to follow a continuous deployment strategy as well. Red Hat OpenShift provides an effective platform for delivering modern agility within enterprise datacenters. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2003 Speakers Jerry Eshbaugh The Strategic Product Delivering Red Hat OpenShift at ease on Red Hat OpenStack and Red Hat Virtualization Francesco Vollero, Redhat; Natale Vinto, Red Hat show more Description Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) is a common topic today, but it has a corner case that must be addressed. The underlying infrastructure of a PaaS could be heterogeneous. Therefore, a structured way to manage it is essential. In this workshop, we will discuss how to get the most out of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on well-known, solid, standard, open source infrastructure software like Red Hat OpenStack and Red Hat Virtualization. We will guide the audience with an interactive feedback and live demo and debug session to cover a real-life installation in such common scenarios. At the end of this workshop, the audience will know tips and tricks to get the most from Red Hat OpenShift on Red Hat OpenStack and Red Hat Virtualization when they're moving together. Attendees also will learn about the challenges that could develop during the journey to digital transformation. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 5:30PM Location 206 Speakers Francesco Vollero Redhat Natale Vinto Red Hat Ecosystem Expo Theater - Enterprise-ready Internet of Things Dave Shuman, Cloudera; Vito De Gaetano, Bosch; Giuseppe Surace; David Bericat, Red Hat show more Description Bringing IoT to the Enterprise is no simple task. In this presentation, you'll see how Red Hat and its partners Cloudera and Eurotech have built an open and interoperable, integrated yet modular, managed and secure architecture for IoT. Our demo will show you a real-life industrial use case where predictive maintenance and machine learning are made possible. And Bosch will talk about why an open source-based architecture is making a difference for their company and for their customers. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location Partner Theater, Ecosystem Expo Hall Speakers Dave Shuman Cloudera Vito De Gaetano Bosch Giuseppe Surace David Bericat Red Hat EE4J, MicroProfile, and the future of enterprise Java Dimitris Andreadis, Red Hat; Mark Little, Red Hat show more Description At DevNation 2016, we saw the creation of MicroProfile by Red Hat, IBM, and others, pushing the bounds of Java EE into the world of microservices. This solution was rapidly donated to the Eclipse Foundation, joined by Fujitsu, Oracle, and others. Then, in September 2017, Oracle, working with Red Hat and IBM, moved to donate all of Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation under the EE4J project and create a new process to steer its future away from the control of a single vendor. What does all of this mean for the future of enterprise Java, especially as it relates to public and hybrid cloud? What about the future of Red Hat implementations, such as Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform and Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes, which includes WildFly Swarm? Why should you be interested and how can you get involved? In this session, we'll discuss answers to these questions—and more. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 215 Speakers Dimitris Andreadis Red Hat Mark Little Red Hat How to build a European scale instant payments platform Giovanni Fulco, SIA; Giuseppe Bonocore, Red Hat; Ugo Landini, Red Hat show more Description SIA (Societá Interbancaria per l’Automazione) and Red Hat will share the experience of developing and putting in production the instant payments platform, which serves all European banks. This system is capable of processing 27 million payments daily with an average round trip of 20 milliseconds and has a 99.999% availability. In this session, we'll cover how we made it blazingly fast, and at the same time preserved all data consistency and functional requirements needed by a payment solution, thanks to Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat JBoss Data Grid, and Red Hat JBoss Fuse Integration Services. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2024 Speakers Giovanni Fulco SIA Giuseppe Bonocore Red Hat Ugo Landini Red Hat Improve developer productivity with Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes John Clingan, Red Hat show more Description Developers are being asked to learn a lot in a short period of time. They are moving from monolithic architectures to microservices, from application servers to container platforms, from one application runtime to another, and from an agile methodology to DevOps. This can introduce a lot of complexity. Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes combines WildFly Swarm, Spring Boot, Eclipse Vert.x, and Node.js into a single product that makes developing with these runtimes a natural experience on OpenShift. In this session, we'll show you how developers can become rapidly productive by following a prescriptive path provided by Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 208 Speakers John Clingan Red Hat Kick applications to a new level with managed enterprise grade services for OpenShift Steven Marney, DXC Technology; Peter Schofield, DXC Technology; Sam Marland, Red Hat show more Description Learn how DXC partners with Red Hat to provide fully managed OpenShift Container Platform environments within a CloudOps model. Also find out how we worked together to deliver a mass large scale application migration onto Red Hat’s OpenShift Platform. From identifying applications for migration or modernization, to building up a factory process with knowledge sharing to enable scaling of the migration process, we not only solved technical problems but also addressed business value. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2002 Speakers Steven Marney DXC Technology Peter Schofield DXC Technology Sam Marland Red Hat Manage Windows like Linux with Ansible Matt Davis, Red Hat, Inc. show more Description Few questions induce fear into the heart of a Linux admin more than, "Hey, can you manage these Windows servers?" In this session, we'll show how Ansible does simple, secure, and agentless Windows management with the exact same tools, language, and philosophy used for Linux hosts. You'll never have to log in to a Windows server again. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2004 Speakers Matt Davis Red Hat, Inc. Neurodiversity @ work Christine Puccio, Red Hat; Beth Samuelson, SOS4Students show more Description Red Hat's Neurodiversity Diversity and Inclusion Community has the ultimate goal of making everyone at Red Hat feel part of the greater community. We want to: create a safe environment for employees to ask for help and “come out,” hire diverse talent with unique ways of thinking, encourage diversity of thought, be inclusive of thinking differently, and be appreciative of a different mind. Red Hat’s culture is part of our strategic competitive advantage. Our growth projections suggest that 75% of the people who will be Red Hatters three years are not Red Hatters now, so we need to be purposeful in our approach to scaling our open organization. Diversity and inclusion is front and center in how we'll scale. In this session, we'll talk about how to launch a neurodiversity group and how our customers and partners can us this methodology—the open source way. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2022 Speakers Christine Puccio Red Hat Beth Samuelson SOS4Students Next-generation microservices-based data and analytics solution Gaurav Kakad, Tata Consultancy Services; Bryan Werwick, TCS show more Description Creating a next-generation data and analytics platform involves dealing with increasing amount of data, most of it being live-in-the-moment, generated at a very high speed by a variety of sources - structured, semi-structured, and unstructured. Enterprises cannot achieve well-informed and intelligent business decisions without breaking down the data and analytic silos. With the rapid data growth, traditional big data systems tend to be resource hogs while the increase in data sources can cause more points of failure as the data goes through the ingestion process. This presents the challenge of scalability and data quality in managing more and more data for data centric business strategies. Learn through a live demo how TCS and Red Hat created microservices architecture based data and advanced analytics solution to address scalability and data quality needs by leveraging OpenShift Container Platform. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2008 Speakers Gaurav Kakad Tata Consultancy Services Bryan Werwick TCS NFV go-live—but where are my containers? Franck Baudin, Red Hat show more Description NFV go-live after NFV go-live—the rhythm is accelerating. Teleco operators are increasing their capacity and managing hardware obsolescence with NFV, putting an end to legacy hardware deployments. In this session, we'll describe today’s 4G and IP-TV deployments, and how they will transition from VM to containers for 5G and more. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 3:50PM Location 2010 Speakers Franck Baudin Red Hat OpenShift roadmap: You won't believe what's next Marc Curry, Red Hat; Tushar Katarki, Red Hat; Mike Barrett, Red Hat; Diogenes Rettori, Red Hat; Steve Speicher, Red Hat show more Description OpenShift is one of the most adopted Kubernetes-based container platforms. By investing in container orchestration and open container technologies early, the solution was able to revamp its DevOps features to take advantage of these emerging technologies at its core and unlock unique features. In this session, you'll discover next-generation container runtimes, new service compositions, a new service mesh, serverless features, new security models, better installation solutions, a fresh look at container monitoring and management, next-generation networking, CI/CD improvements, and many more methods for developer and platform administrators to move services to production faster. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2007 Speakers Marc Curry Red Hat Tushar Katarki Red Hat Mike Barrett Red Hat Diogenes Rettori Red Hat Steve Speicher Red Hat Optimize Ceph object storage for production in multisite clouds Michael Hackett, Red Hat; John Wilkins, Red Hat show more Description Today, more than 60% of data storage involves unstructured data—including images, video, audio, and other types of data. The Ceph object gateway provides an object storage solution with S3 and Swift APIs that is ideal for storing unstructured data in multisite and hybrid cloud storage scenarios, scaling up to petabytes and beyond. In this session, you'll learn how to size a Ceph object gateway cluster, identify performance requirements, identify suitable hardware, and configure storage policies with varying performance characteristics. Other topics include erasure coding, compression, bucket index sharding, and integration with OpenStack. We'll also discuss failover and recovery, multisite deployment capability, and emerging hybrid cloud storage scenarios. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2020 Speakers Michael Hackett Red Hat John Wilkins Red Hat Performance analysis and tuning of Red Hat Enterprise Linux - Part 1 D. John Shakshober (Shak), Red Hat; Sanjay Rao, Red Hat; Larry Woodman, RedHat; Joe Mario, Red Hat show more Description In this session, we'll share how to configure and tune Red Hat Enterprise Linux versions 6, 7 and 8 systems for optimal performance while running common applications. You'll learn how to evaluate and analyze the performance of heavily loaded systems and how to tune them to maximize performance on bare-metal x86 systems. -Part 1 reviews the Linux Virtual Memory System and how to tune it for non-uniform memory access. We'll share how tools like numastat and tuned are used to identify and resolve performance issues in combinations of systems and applications. -Part 2 extends this performance to disk and network I/O. We'll review some examples that illustrate the latest performance analysis tools and techniques, such as using perf, tuna, and performance copilot to identify performance bottlenecks affecting system and application performance. Tuning applies to Red Hat OpenShift containers and KVM virtualized OpenStack/Red Hat Virtualization environments. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2016 Speakers D. John Shakshober (Shak) Red Hat Sanjay Rao Red Hat Larry Woodman RedHat Joe Mario Red Hat Practitioner's guide to API strategy Manfred Bortenschlager, Red Hat; Pim Gaemers, Rubix show more Description Avoid the pitfalls of starting an API initative without a structured approach by considering what you want to achieve. With a structured API strategy, you'll magnify the success of your API programs. In this session, you'll learn how to structure an approach to API strategy using the API Business Model Canvas. The API Model Canvas is a new open source methodology based on Osterwalder's Business Model Canvas that considers the viewpoints of different stakeholders. In addition, we'll look at several real-world examples, including Oxford University Press and ZDF (German Television). Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 207 Speakers Manfred Bortenschlager Red Hat Pim Gaemers Rubix Provenance and deployment policy Vincent Batts, Red Hat show more Description A trusted source of artifacts (such as RPMs and jar) combined with enough signed metadata provides basic provenance. With the evolution of container technology, there are multiple new vectors for tracking the provenance of your artifacts. From signing and scanning to building and promoting, tracking must integrate. In this BoF, learn how Red Hat is working with upstream artifact metadata API Grafeas to create a solution. We'll share upcoming technology and invite your feedback and participation. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2102 Speakers Vincent Batts Red Hat Red Hat single sign-on: Present and future Boleslaw Dawidowicz, Red Hat; John Doyle, Red Hat show more Description Red Hat single sign-on (SSO) provides web SSO with modern, token-based protocols, such as OAuth and OpenID Connect. This session will highlight the features of the latest release and show the future direction of the technology within the Red Hat portfolio. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2011 Speakers Boleslaw Dawidowicz Red Hat John Doyle Red Hat Red Hat's AI strategy Daniel Riek, Red Hat show more Description Analytics, machine learning, and AI represent a fundamental transformation that will, over the coming decade, affect every aspect of society, business, and industry. This transformation will fundamentally change how we interact with computers—for example, how we develop, maintain, and operate systems, as well as how companies serve their customers. The impact of AI will be visible in the software industry much sooner than the analog world, deeply affecting open source in general, as well as Red Hat, its ecosystem, and its userbase. This shift provides a huge opportunity for Red Hat to offer unique value to our customers. In this session, we'll provide Red Hat's general perspective on AI and how we are helping our customers benefit from AI. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2006 Speakers Daniel Riek Red Hat Speak up: How the OpenShift team collaborated effectively across distance, time zones, and cultures Jennifer Krieger, Red Hat; Diane Mueller, Red Hat; Tracy Rankin, Red Hat; Eric Paris, Red Hat show more Description Creating a team with the breadth of knowledge required for complex tasks and delivering new innovations requires highly educated specialists who can collaborate openly and effectively. For OpenShift, these teams are often convened quickly to meet urgent needs and almost always work together virtually, collaborating online over long distances and crossing multiple internal and external organizations. At the panel, we'll will share lessons and best practices used to create a culture of collaboration within teams that collaborate virtually across upstream project communities. We’ll discuss how cross-community collaboration unlocks innovation by creating an open environment where ideas from outside of the Red Hat box are heard and incorporated in a "speak up" culture, creating valuable insights. We’ll share lessons we learned while evolving OpenShift into the leading Kubernetes-based container application platform. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2009 Speakers Jennifer Krieger Red Hat Diane Mueller Red Hat Tracy Rankin Red Hat Eric Paris Red Hat The journey to cloud infrastructure adoption Julio Villarreal Pelegrino, Red Hat, Inc. show more Description It’s no secret that cloud solutions are necessary to innovate and reduce cost. But successful adoption of cloud infrastructures requires more than technology. In this interactive session, Red Hat consultants will discuss the people, processes, and technology required to craft a path of small wins and form the building blocks of a successful adoption of OpenStack, driving business transformation. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location Customer Success Zone, Moscone West, Level 2 Speakers Julio Villarreal Pelegrino Red Hat, Inc. The Red Hat security BoF: Ask us (almost) anything C Rob, Red Hat Inc; Lucy Kerner, Red Hat show more Description Security is on everyone’s mind. Whether you’re looking to safely and securely deploy containers into the cloud or you’re worried about keeping your large fleet of servers compliant with new regulations and security frameworks, security is now part of board room conversations. Have you ever wondered how Red Hat weaves security through all of its products? Attend this BoF to join Red Hat security thought leaders in a lively discussion on the current state of security and what we’re tracking to ensure our products stay relevant and protected with enterprise-grade security. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 4:15PM Location 2103 Speakers C Rob Red Hat Inc Lucy Kerner Red Hat Understanding your product's purpose and direction Ross Turk, Red Hat; Matt Takane, Red Hat; Hina Popal, Red Hat; Tom Heisey, Red Hat show more Description Description to come soon. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:30PM - 5:30PM Location 214 Speakers Ross Turk Red Hat Matt Takane Red Hat Hina Popal Red Hat Tom Heisey Red Hat
3:55pm Making legacy new again—a migration story Mustafa Musaji, Red Hat show more Description In 1999, a crack commando unit was assigned to build a business application they didn't want. These coders promptly left the app in a maximum-security datacenter never to be touched again. Today, still needed by the business, the application barely survives with the modern architecture used in businesses and needs to be updated. If you have an application migration problem... if no one else can help... and, if you can't find the original coders... maybe you can use The Red Hat Application Migration Toolkit. In this session, we'll discuss the benefits of migrating and modernizing legacy applications and how Red Hat can help with the tools and methodologies we've used successfully in large-scale migrations. If you need to migrate or update applications, this is the talk for you. Time Wednesday, May 9 3:55PM - 4:15PM Location 2010 Speakers Mustafa Musaji Red Hat
4:00pm A practical introduction to container security (3rd ed.) Bob Kozdemba, Red Hat, Inc.; Daniel Walsh, Red Hat; Mrunal Patel, Red Hat, Inc. show more Description Linux containers provide convenient application packing and runtime isolation in multitenant environments. However, the security implications of running containerized applications is often taken for granted. For example, today it is very easy to pull container images from the internet and run them in the enterprise without examining their content and authenticity. In this lab, you'll complete a series of low-level, hands-on exercises aimed at understanding the concepts, challenges, and best practices associated with deploying containers in a secure fashion. Topics include registry configuration, SELinux, capabilities, and SECCOMP profiles, along with image inspection, scanning, and signing. This third edition may be based on CRI-O, depending on Red Hat Enterprise Linux feature release time frames. Time Wednesday, May 9 4:00PM - 6:00PM Location 156 Speakers