Red Hat Open Shift Demo

 TechHub Swansea
221 High Street, Swansea. SA1 1NW

 01 February 2017
From 16:30 To 18:30

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Red Hat, the world's leading provider of open source, enterprise IT solutions are coming to TechHub Swansea to talk about all things open source and demo'ing their OpenShift product.

Come join us for the demo and some free food, the event is open to anyone but event numbers are limited, so make sure you register to attend.

On the agenda:

16:00 Welcome and introduction

16:10 Red Hat - Introduction to Containers and OpenShift

15-20 minute presentation to set the scene for a live demo of OpenShift (Mark Sutton)

16:30 Red Hat - OpenShift Live Demo (30 minutes)

17:00 Refreshments and networking

17:30 Red Hat - Introduction to Container Development Kit and hands-on session

15-20 minute introduction to CDK, how to get it and how to get first app(s) up and running, opportunity to try Openshift

Food, drink and networking as long as attendees wish!

About the speakers:

Mark Sutton, Solution Architect, Red Hat Mark has been a user of Red Hat products and technology for the last 19 years. He has worked in the UK managed and cloud service provider environments for much of this time and has broad experience delivering IaaS and PaaS solutions into enterprise and the public sector. His current role is to help customers discover, innovate and solve business challenges using Red Hat products and technology, with a focus on Hybrid Cloud, Infrastructure/Platform as a Service and containers.

Mustafa Musaji, Solution Architect Red Hat Mustafa has been with Red Hat for 6 years. His current role is to support customers technically and innovate new solutions using Red Hat products and open source development. This includes JBoss EAP/WildFly as a traditional Application Server or in an PaaS infrastructure as well as other middleware technologies such as OpenShift and Mobile.

Richard Barbosa, Account Executive Red Hat Richard has been with Red Hat for almost 13 years and has seen a huge change in that time, from Linux through to the middleware area and now in the latest developments in containers and software-defined areas. He has spent over 5 years of that time working within the public sector on open source strategies.