OpenShift 101 Workshop, Presented by Level Up, August 31st, 10am – 3pm PST

Learn how to build with speed, agility and confidence by leveraging Red Hat ® OpenShift ® at our complimentary, half-day, hands-on 101 technical workshop specifically focused on the unique opportunities and challenges for today’s public sector organizations.  By the end of the workshop, you’ll have acquired enough new knowledge and experience to immediately start going

OpenShift 101 Workshop, Presented by Level Up, May 25th, 10am – 3pm PST

Learn how to build your containerized microservices with more speed, agility and confidence by leveraging Red Hat® OpenShift® at our complimentary, half-day, hands-on 101 technical workshop specifically focused on the unique opportunities and challenges for today’s public sector organizations.  By the end of the workshop, you’ll have acquired enough new knowledge and experience to immediately

Recap: Building Cloud Ready Apps Virtual Meetup 9/24/20

Last week, Level Up co-sponsored another virtual LA DevOps and Cloud meetup: “Building Cloud Ready Apps“. Our keynote speaker was Paul Liebrand, Directory of Technology Transformation at Pacific Life. Video: https://levelupla.io/video-paul-liebrand-building-cloud-ready-apps-meetup/ LA DevOps and Cloud was excited to welcome back Emily Brand, Chief Architect at Red Hat to the panel. Also with us was Dominic Scimeca, Senior

Recap: Cloud Native Patterns for Health Care Virtual Meetup 7/22/20

Level Up co-sponsored and co-presented at yesterday evening’s virtual LA DevOps and Cloud meetup, alongside partner Red Hat and an awesome group of attendees from the health care industry and beyond. Red Hat Principal Solutions Architect Brad Hinson drove a live demo on “Automating Compliance“, showing the power of instantly bringing together tools like OpenSCAP

Video: Part 3: Network Automation with Ansible [Becoming Cloud Native] (Automation)

Along with your CDN, load balancers are a big part of the “first impression” user experience that’s created whenever customers launch your apps. Doesn’t that mean your developers should be front and center in making decisions about how they actually run? With Ansible for network automation, developers can take ownership of UX starting at the