Useful post: All the most relevant courses, broadcasts and technical streams

Okay, we are an innovative IT company, which means we have developers – and these are good developers who are passionate about their work. And they do live streaming, and all together it’s called Devation.

Below are just useful links to live events, videos, mitaps and technical interpretation.

To learn

June 1st
Kubernetes for beginners master course – available in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French

June 3rd
Kubernetes Fundamentals Master Course – available in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French

Course: Get started with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (4 lessons, 35 minutes)
The basics of our dear Red Hat Enterprise Linux, its use with tools like Podman, Buildah, and SQL.

Course OpenShift Basics – 11 lessons, 195 minutes. Tools and techniques used in creating and deploying applications.


May 29
Tech Talk @ 13:00 UTC: jbang: the power of Java when writing shell scripts

June 4th
Tech Talk @ 16:00 UTC: Machine Learning Using Apache Spark on Kubernetes

Tech Talk @ 17:00 UTC: Machine Learning Using Jupyter Notebooks Based on Kubernetes and OpenShift

June 5th
Tech Talk @ 13:00 UTC: Apache Camel 3 Updates

Miracles on bends

Absolutely free online course about Openshift applications – 30 days of video and text content, plus 10 hours based on real laboratory events.

Free eBook: The knative cookbook

About how to solve common problems when creating, deploying and managing serverless applications with Kubernetes and Knative.

See in silence

Video: 4K-Kubernetes with Knative, Kafka and Kamel – 40 minutes

In honor of the launch of the Knative Cookbook, live-stream streaming of the coolest Knative-based techniques we can imagine, including Kafka and Kamel.

Video: Kubernetes made easy with OpenShift | DevNation Tech Talk (32 minutes)

First we deploy the application in Kubernetes, and then in various ways we deploy it in openShift.

Video: Linux cheat codes | DevNation Tech Talk (34 minutes)

Linux tips, tricks, and how-tos that collectively complement the cheat codes needed to get started with Linux

Video: Scott McCarty introduces Red Hat Universal Base Images (3 minutes)

Scott McCarty introduces Red Hat Universal Base Images (UBI) by creating a container image in Fedora and then deploying it to Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8. DIY video!

Video: Building freely distributed containers with open tools | DevNation Tech Talk (32 minutes)

How to create and run containers based on Red Hat Universal Base Images using only a regular user account – no demon (no daemon), no root (rootless), no fuss (Meladze’s voice) – and Podman.

In Russian

Webinar Entries

Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage

Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage is a storage solution that was developed specifically for container infrastructures and is also tightly integrated with the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, which provides a unified interface for managing and accessing data.

This is Quarkus – Kubernetes native Java Framework

Quarkus is the open source “next generation Kubernetes-centric Java framework”. It provides very fast application loading times and low memory consumption. This makes Quarkus ideally suited for Java workloads running as microservices in Kubernetes and OpenShift, as well as Java workloads running as serverless functions.


June 4 – HPE and Red Hat Solutions for SAP HANA

Switching to SAP HANA is not an easy task, requiring careful preparation and planning. HPE has a wealth of joint experience in implementing such projects and is ready to offer its services in migration planning, choosing the right configuration and implementing a solution that meets the individual needs of our customers. Combining Red Hat’s intelligent operating environment with additional SAP HANA content management tools, Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions provides a single, consistent framework for SAP workloads.

June 9 – Webinar on network automation

Ansible uses a data model (script or role) that is separate from the execution level. With Ansible, you can easily automate heterogeneous network equipment using community best practices and highly qualified Red Hat support.

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