See You at ContainerCon in Seattle

If you’re looking at running Linux containers, you should be heading to ContainerCon in Seattle next week. Co-located with LinuxCon and CloudOpen, ContainerCon is where leading contributors in Linux containers, the Linux kernel, and related projects will get together to educate the community on containers and related innovations.

Red Hatters are contributing to over 40 seContainerConssions on this year’s agenda, including a keynote from Red Hat VP of Engineering Matt Hicks. In “Revolutionizing Application Delivery with Linux and Containers,” Matt will focus on how Linux containers are changing the way that companies develop, consume and manage applications and will emphasize how open source communities and projects like Docker and Kubernetes are delivering this next wave of enterprise application architecture.

If you’re attending ContainerCon, check out Matt’s keynote and some of the sessions below:

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Webcast Tomorrow: Top 6 Misconceptions about Linux Containers

Linux containers have been getting a lot of hype recently, and it’s easy to understand why. Delivering applications to meet the demands of the businesIcon_RH_Object_Clipboard-Checklist-A_RGB_Buttons is challenging and containers are disrupting traditional application development and deployment models, enabling businesses to explore new, better ways to deliver products and services.

New innovations like the Docker image format and Kubernetes give you a simpler way to quickly create, package, assemble, and distribute applications. But with hype comes misunderstandings and misconceptions.

Join Red Hat and Cisco tomorrow, May 5, 2015 at 11:00 AM ET / 8:00 AM PT for the webcast, Top 6 Misconceptions about Linux Containers, to gain clarity around these misconceptions. In the webcast, you will:

  • Gain a pragmatic look at Linux containers.
  • Understand what benefits containers can deliver for you.
  • Discover what security, implementation, and other considerations you should understand before your organization embraces this technology.

If you haven’t already done so, register today.

Welcome to the World, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host

Today marks an exciting milestone for Red Hat as we share news of the general availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Atomic Host, an operating system optimized for running the next generation of applications with Linux containers.

Based on the world’s leading enterprise Linux platform, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host enables enterprises to embrace a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Hostcontainer-based architecture to take advantage of the benefits of development and deployment flexibility and simplified maintenance, without sacrificing performance, stability, security, or the value of Red Hat’s vast certified ecosystem.

An application architecture based on Linux containers requires not only the tools to build and run containers, but also an underlying foundation that is secure, reliable, enterprise-grade, with an established lifecycle designed to meet the ongoing requirements of the enterprise over the long term. The release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host supports Red Hat’s commitment to make Linux containers a stable and reliable component of enterprise IT across the open hybrid cloud.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Atomic Host provides many benefits, including

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Transform Application Delivery with Containers | A Red Hat Virtual Event

Linux containers are disrupting traditional application development and deployment models, enabling businesses to explore new, better ways to deliver products and services. How are organizations like yours using containers?

top_benefitsJoin Transform Application Delivery with Containers | A Red Hat virtual event on March 12, and learn how containers can add value for your organization.

In this event, you’ll gain insights into

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Containers: Stumbling on the Road to Utopia

Applications don’t always work as expected, and “it works fine on my machine” — the first line of response when reporting an issue — has been around for decades. One way to avoid the challenge of application issues in production is to maintain identical environments for development, testing, and production. Another is to create a Continuous Integration environment, where code is compiled and deployed to test machines and vetted with each and every code check-in, long before being pushed to production.

Enter containers.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Atomic Host Beta: Tell Us What You Think

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It’s been one week since we announced the beta for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Atomic Host and we’re looking for your feedback. If you’ve downloaded and installed the beta, this is your chance to tell us what you think, and what you’d like to see in the product moving forward.

TechValidate is conducting a short, 5-minute survey on behalf of Red Hat. Why should you participate?

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AWS re:Invent Bootcamp Attendees Learn How to Accelerate Development with Linux Containers

Developers and system administrators need better ways to deliver applications with increased speed and flexibility. Linux Containers, when used as an open source application packaging and delivery technology, meet this need by combining lightweight application isolation with the flexibility of an image-based deployment method. Red Hat has been working hard to make container technologies safer and easier to consume for the enterprise. Yesterday, at AWS re:Invent, we continued to make progress by offering attendees a chance to dive deep and develop skills for working with containers on AWS at a technical bootcamp.

Red Hat N. Harrison Ripps walks attendees through the do's and don'ts  of Kubernetes
Red Hat’s N. Harrison Ripps walks attendees through the do’s and don’ts of Kubernetes.

This full-day, in-person training session provided a chance for developers and system administrators to learn first-hand from Red Hat knowledge experts and gain skills to deploy container-based applications with AWS. Content included instructor-led presentations and practical exercises, with several hands-on labs.

Through a series of labs

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Red Hat’s Mark Coggin on Atomic Host & Containers

At Red Hat Forum in Singapore, Mark Coggin, senior director, product marketing, platform, Red Hat Inc., presented an overview of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Atomic Host & Containers.  Watch the video to see Mark as he talks about containers, how they deliver controlled runtime environments and portability with application environments. He also provides an overview of Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host, a lean operating system designed to run docker-formatted containers.

Going Atomic with the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 High-Touch Beta

Going atomic with Linux containersNow that Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is generally available, we are re-casting the Red Hat Enterprise Linux High Touch Beta program into a series of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 special interest groups (SIGs), the first of which is focused on application containers. The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host SIG encompasses technologies that are required to create, deploy, and manage application containers.

This is the first of several SIGs that we plan to create to focus on specific technology domains within Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. By participating in SIGs, Red Hat Enterprise Linux customers can provide feedback on the active development of new capabilities to meet the needs of their specific use cases.

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Testers Wanted: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Beta

We’re pleased to announce the beta availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. Ten years of inspiration, perspiration, and innovation have led to this, the next phase in realizing Red Hat’s vision for the open hybrid cloud and the future of enterprise computing.

With today’s announcement, we are inviting you – Red Hat customers, partners, and members of the public – to provide feedback on what we believe is our most ambitious release to date. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is designed to provide the underpinning for future application architectures while delivering the flexibility, scalability, and performance needed to deploy across bare metal, virtual machines, and cloud infrastructure.

Based on Fedora 19 and the upstream Linux 3.10 kernel, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Beta showcases hundreds of new features and enhancements, including:

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