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Video: CodeReady Containers: Quick Intro

“CodeReady Containers: Quick Intro”, part of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8 + OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) 4 Key Features Series, presented by Level Up. Because you want to develop your new microservices using the same toolset you’re going to build and deploy them in production on OpenShift Container Platform, like for like, starting

OpenShift 101 Workshop, Presented by Level Up, January 26th, 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 faster and

Video: Ansible Playbooks [Ansible 101 Workshop Series]

“Ansible 101 Playbooks”, part of the Ansible Workshop Series, presented by Level Up. This video includes live demos showing how you can write playbooks to start automating your organization’s configuration management and application deployment tasks. Examples include: 1. First playbook: Verifying Apache 2. Removing Apache 3. Configuring Apache 4. SIDEBAR: Introducing ansible-lint 5. Using Variables,

Your First 10 Ansible Modules

Like all code, your infrastructure code has a certain grammar. When discussing Ansible in grammatical terms, the inventory is really the first noun you have to know (after all, nothing ever runs without defining some host(s) for Ansible to run it on). Along those same grammar lines, modules are basically your verbs. Almost everything you’ll