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What’s new with Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS
Ryan Niksch, 03/25/2022
Enable OpenShift Virtualization on Red Hat OpenShift
Bryant Son, 08/28/2020
Announcing availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux with High Availability on Amazon EC2
kubar Abhinav and David Duncan, 04/27/2021
Understanding Amazon Machine Images for Red Hat Enterprise Linux with Microsoft SQL Server
Emma White, 07/30/2021
In this session Charlotte Fung from the Red Hat managed OpenShift Black belt team will explore the underlying architecture of the Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) focusing on nodes, fuction, control and data plane as well as the relation to AWS VPC constructs.
Ryan Niksch (AWS) and Charlotte Fung (Red Hat) show how OpenShift and AWS aggregate to provide customers with the resilience they need for their business goals. This session will briefly touch on each of the different layers of OpenShift.
Ryan Niksch (AWS) and Charlotte Fung (Red Hat) take a look at Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA), diving into what customers are responsible for and which functions are now provided by Red Hat.
In this session Ryan Niksch (AWS) and Paul Czarkowski (Red Hat) will explore the various options for logging and log forwarding customers can make use of in the Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA). This will touch on building in options, 3rd party solutions as well as AWS Cloud Watch.
Ryan Niksch (AWS) and Paul Czarkowski (Red Hat) explain how customers can combine AWS CloudFront, AWS WAF and Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) to achieve greater security for the application workloads on OpenShift.
Join Ryan Niksch (AWS) and Shaozen Ding (Red Hat) as they look at the Red Hat OpenShift service on AWS (ROSA) with Secure Token Service (STS), (rosa create cluster—sts ) what benefits customers get from STS as well as what is taking place in the background.
Ryan Niksch (AWS) and Thatcher Hubbard (Red Hat) dive into the next step of evolution as they discuss the OpenShift Git Ops as a means of providing administrators and infrastructure teams the benefits application owners and DevOps teams have enjoyed for some time.
Join Ryan Niksch (AWS) and Charlotte Fung (Red Hat) as they discuss how customers can combine their existing AWS ECR implementations with Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA).
Ryan Niksch (AWS) and Shaozen Ding (Red Hat) dive into how Red Hat SRE teams which manage Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) connect to the OpenShift API depending on if the customer implements public or Private facing clusters. This session includes a brief comparison of public and private link clusters.
Ryan Niksch (AWS) and Thatcher Hubbard (Red Hat) explore how customers are further modernizing their application workloads on OpenShift by complimenting them with native AWS services. See how the Amazon Controller for Kubernetes can be integrated with Red Hat OpenShift service on AWS (ROSA) to help shift to the left.
Ryan Niksch (AWS) and Thatcher Hubbard (Red Hat) highlight the most common Red Hat OpenShift service on AWS (ROSA ) implementation patters. In this session they will dive into how customers are connecting to on premises workloads as well as catering for ingress and egress of their OpenShift workloads. They also discuss various AWS services which can be used to work towards repeatability and multi cluster management.
Ryan Niksch (AWS) and Shaozen Ding (Red Hat) discuss the value of OpenShift as an application platform for developers and application owners, and take a look at add ons which can compliment the developer and administrator experience.