Let’s get together for the next edition of the DevOps Meetup!
In case you have any ideas on topics you’d like to talk about or present at the meetup, please reach out to Daniel Heitmann - the organiser of this meetup group!
Are you tired of the complexity of your building applications with Kubernetes? You need to add your own resources like deployment, service, ingress, config maps, secrets and many more to run your applications in Kubernetes.
Knative attempts to solve theses complexities by managing its servicing and lifecycle while providing ‘serverless’ style event-driven functions.
In this talk I’ll give you a first hands-on look to Knative with the components Serving, Eventing and it’s underlying components.
In the talk I’d like to share the latest news from the packaged Linux distributions world (mainly Fedora), which are relevant for containerized workflows.
I will provide an introduction to Fedora Modularity feature, which provides the parallel availability of different software Fedora Minimization initiative, which is focused on cleaning up the dependency trees and reducing the system footprint.
We will discuss the downsides and benefits of using packages to build containerized environments, and how one can use buildah and podman to build lightweight containers.
I am a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat and a member of Fedora Engineering Steering Committee. I work mostly on Integration and Continuous Development for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Fedora.
You will find parking spaces in the surrounding streets and car parks.