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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The Application Apartment Complex: Red Hat Enterprise Linux & Linux Containers

The advent of any new technology tends to generate a lot of excitement.  Over the course of my career, however, I have never experienced “a buzz” like what we are seeing around Linux containers and application packaging and isolation, containerized applications built in the Docker format.  From my perspective, the ways in which containers may influence our ever evolving technological ecosystem are, quite possibly, limitless…okay, limitless may be strong, and while “game changing technology” may sound cliche, it’s not far from the truth in this case.

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