27-JAN Webcast: Using the Atomic Registry for Secure Container Image Management

Icon_RH_Hardware_Monitor-Webinar_RGB_ShinyWhen working with container-based applications, admins and developers need a place to store and share container images, a way to deploy them, as well as a way to monitor and administer them once they’re deployed. Join Red Hat software engineers Aaron Weitekamp and Stef Walter for this webcast, Using the Atomic Registry for Secure Container Image Management, on January 27th at 11:00 ET, to gain a better understanding of sharing, deploying, and managing container images.

Atomic Registry provides a place to store and share Docker formatted container images that are saved as images that can be shared with others, and the self-service and admin interfaces make it easy to manage container images on Red Hat Atomic Enterprise Platform.

Atomic Registry preview webinar

In this webinar, Aaron and Stef will demonstrate how to use Atomic Registry and other tools in Red Hat Atomic Enterprise Platform to:

  • Create private registries
  • Integrate authentication with identity providers
  • Control user access to container images
  • Discover registry images using a web browser user interface
  • Learn to create a container, upload it to the registry, then consume it in an application

WHEN

Wednesday, January 27, 2016 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (ET)

PRESENTED BY

  • Aaron Weitekamp, Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
  • Stef Walter, Principle Software Engineer, Red Hat

Register to attend the webcast today.

  1. If you were either unable to attend the session or want to revisit the content, you can now do so now at http://red.ht/aep-pp-webcast-registry.

    In addition, the third webinar in the series, “Wicked Fast Container-Based Apps and Performance Tuning with Atomic Enterprise Platform” with Jeremy Eder, is scheduled for Wednesday, January 27th. For more information and to register for this webcast, visit: http://red.ht/aep-webcast-4-0210s-reg.

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