If you’re heading to DockerCon 16 next week in Seattle, connect with us to see why Fortune 500 organizations trust Red Hat for enterprise deployments. Red Hat subject matter experts will be onsite to walk you through real-world use cases for securely developing, deploying and managing container-based applications.
Attend the State of Container Security Session
Join two of Red Hat’s Docker contributors discussing the state of container security today. Senior Software Engineer Mrunal Patel and Thomas Cameron, Global Evangelist of Emerging Technology are presenting on how you can secure your containerized microservices without slowing down development.
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Containers are increasingly being used to create large platforms for distributed applications that can run in the cloud. One advantage of containers is they can run large, distributed applications with low overhead by sharing a container-optimized operating system (such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host). In order to function properly, container-based infrastructure solutions make use of software-defined networking functionality to connect distributed applications across the cloud.
Networking’s role as a part of the stack is as critical for multi-container, multi-host applications as it is for other distributed applications. In this webcast, Red Hat principal software engineer Eric Paris provides you with a better understanding of the networking capabilities available with Red Hat Atomic Enterprise Platform Public Preview.
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In a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Red Hat, 44% of IT professionals identified performance in their top three concerns for adopting container technologies. Benchmarks indicate that containers result in equal or better performance than virtual machines in almost all cases, with the runtime costs of containers as “negligible”.
What are the abstraction costs and what do you need to consider when running container-based applications on Atomic Enterprise Platform Public Preview?
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When 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.
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When it comes to adopting containers, security is the highest adoption barrier according to 53 percent of IT operations and development professionals working with containers today. While there is no shortage of container security news, there is still some debate about the best way to properly secure containers.
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Red Hat recently announced the availability of Red Hat Atomic Enterprise Platform as a public preview. What key capabilities does Red Hat Atomic Enterprise Platform provide and what materials are available for you to get started? Attend the webcast on Wednesday, December 16, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (ET), to find out.
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Next week from 16-17 November, many of us are heading to Barcelona for DockerCon Europe 2015. If you’re heading to Barcelona as well, you can learn how developers, operations, DevOps and sysadmins are using Linux containers. From use cases to roadmaps to tutorials and advanced technical
talks, DockerCon will offer attendees a deep dive into the technology.
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This morning, Red Hat announced the general availability of OpenShift Enterprise 3.1 as well as a public preview of Red Hat Atomic Enterprise Platform. Red Hat’s updated container offerings are:
- OpenShift Enterprise 3.1, the latest version of Red Hat’s application platform designed to build, deploy and run stateful and stateless applications on private and public cloud infrastructure.
- Red Hat Atomic Enterprise Platform Public Preview, an optimized container infrastructure platform for deploying, running and managing containers across the enterprise.
Both enable enterprises to develop, integrate, deploy, and manage a variety of applications consistently across a more secure, container-optimized infrastructure. If you’re looking to adopt container-based architectures, OpenShift and Atomic allow you to use Docker-formatted Linux containers to create microservices-based applications and modernize traditional workloads – all with the security of a consistent foundation based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
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Next week, hundreds of Kubernetes enthusiasts are heading to San Francisco for KubeCon 2015, the first Kubernetes community conference. Why should you attend?
- Witness a variety of expert deep technical talks on containers and orchestrating them with Kubernetes. For example, OpenShift architect Clayton Coleman is presenting “Application Development on a Cloud-Native Platform” at 1:50 p.m. PST, on Monday, November 9, 2015. In the session, Clayton will cover workflow and tooling for application developers using Kubernetes as a development platform while still allowing developers to manage the lower level components of the system. This talk will show enhancements to core Kubernetes objects, and how they are being moved into the Kubernetes core over time.
- Learn about the future of Platform-as-a-Service.
PaaS isn’t static; it involves a constantly progressing set of technologies to enable a better approach to building and running applications. Ashesh Badani, general manager, OpenShift at Red Hat, is being joined by Google’s Craig McLuckie and others for a panel discussion around the future of Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). Ashesh is responsible for Red Hat’s PaaS business. Check it out on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 at 11:30 a.m. PST.
- Get inspired about building highly scalable microservices-based applications.
KubeCon is your opportunity to dig deeper into how to implement microservices. Red Hatter Christian Posta helps you to make microservices a reality with “Microservices aren’t just for unicorns: meet fabric8.io”. At 9 a.m. PST on Wednesday, November 11, 2015, Christian will walk attendees through building microservices with Fabric8 on top of Kubernetes.
- Connect with other Kubernetes enthusiasts, including Red Hatters. Come by Red Hat’s booth (#1) connect with us on container security, orchestration, storage, management, and more. In addition, events outside the main conference track will allow attendees to interact with other Kubernetes enthusiasts.
If you are passionate about building highly scalable microservices-based apps, containerizing traditional apps, and/or are just getting started with Kubernetes, this is an event you won’t want to miss. For more information on KubeCon or to register for the event, please visit https://kubecon.io/.
Back in April, we provided an in-depth look into atomic updating and announced the first of many atomic updates. Since then, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host has continued to evolve, along with the asynchronous kernel errata. What’s changed in the last few months? Let’s take a look.
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