Applied DevOps: Tools and Techniques to Change your Enterprise – Red Hat Summit

Applied DevOps: Tools and Techniques to Change your Enterprise - Red Hat Summit

One of the most common threads I see when discussing devops with an enterprise is how quickly people forget that it’s supposed to make their lives easier. People may have picked up a book like “The Phoenix Project” and understood that automation is good. Perhaps engineers also get that businesses need to adapt quickly. What they forget is that devops is supposed to make their jobs easier and less stressful in the long run.

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Asciidoctor on OpenShift

Asciidoctor on OpenShift

Asciidoctor encompasses and builds an ecosystem around Asciidoc for writing documentation, and well, writing anything. If you want to host your own blog, documentation site, book, ect., Asciidoctor would be an excellent choice. If you want to do that in OpenShift, that is what I’m going to help you with.

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Taking a Stand Against Container Fragmentation…with Standards

Taking a Stand Against Container Fragmentation...with Standards

At Red Hat, our involvement in open source technologies does not just revolve around code commits and community stewardship; one important focus is on the creation of standards. Open standards applied to emerging software technologies can go far in not only fostering adoption but also helping to further drive innovation. In this article, Lars Herrmann discusses how Red Hat is committed to the development and adoption of four key standards areas within the Linux container community.

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