OpenShift storage automation with container-native storage

Container-native storage (CNS) provides agnostic, persistent storage for OpenShift on private or public clouds. What storage solution are you currently using for your OpenShift? How much effort does it take to provide persistence for your workloads? Can you easily create or delete storage? Is the storage highly available?

Jenkins is an example of an application that can take advantage of OpenShift technology to automate workload delivery. CNS and Jenkins can be integrated to transparently create or delete persistent storage for OpenShift workloads with the click of a button.

In this session you'll learn how the LA County Internal Services Department (ISD) uses OpenShift, Jenkins, and CNS to deliver eWeb services to their county departments. We'll discuss how CNS integration with Jenkins has significantly reduced time for storage allocation and now makes self-provisioning a possibility for their customers.

  • Date:Thursday, May 10
  • Time:2:00 PM - 2:45 PM
  • Room:208
  • Location:Moscone South - 208
  • Session Type:Breakout
  • Session Code:S1736
  • Best for people who:Build applications, Manage infrastructure
  • Session Includes:Red Hat customer implementation
  • Industry:Public Sector or Government
  • Technical difficulty:Working knowledge required
  • Topic(s):Containers, DevOps, Software-defined storage
  • Products and Services:Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, Red Hat Gluster Storage
  • Primary solution:Storage
  • Time slot:Afternoon
Annette Clewett
Red Hat Inc
Roya Vafadar
County of Los Angeles