If you have experimented with Docker or even put some containers into your DevOps environment, it quickly becomes clear that there is a need to simplify the build, deploy, and promote process. OpenShift Origin is the community version of the RedHat OpenShift commercial offerings. Built around a core of Docker container packaging and Kubernetes container cluster management, Origin is augmented by application lifecycle management functionality and DevOps tooling. Origin provides an open source application container platform.
IBM has announced that OpenShift Enterprise 4 will be supported on Linux on Z so this session will serve as a starting point to help get you up to speed with this technology.
In this presentation a description and demonstration of using OpenShift under Linux on z will be provided. Applications will be built, deployed, and made available to external clients.
Stream: Linux on Z
Room: Wellington A
Time: 16:30 - 17:30
As principal engineer at Sine Nomine Associates, I have been doing Linux on the mainframe since it was a skunkworks project within IBM. I have authored several articles in publications such as Enterprise Technical Journal (and its predecessors) and have presented on z/VM and Linux around the world. I am a maintainer of the CentOS-like distribution of Linux on z Systems, the Mono project (.Net on Linux), and the High Availability Option on z and Power. I am a member of the Open Mainframe Project and Linux Foundation.