Event

Red Hat Partner Conference EMEA

  • June 18, 2017 to June 21, 2017
  • Frankfurt, Germany
  • Congress Center Messe Frankfurt

Lab - DataCenter / Cloud

Lab - DataCenter / Cloud

Best practices for deploying Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Azure

Schedule 
Monday, June 19, 2017 - 13:15 to 14:45
Room 
Conclusio 2
Target Audience 
Abstract 

Red Hat Enterprise Linux runs on physical, virtual, private and public clouds, so when deploying to Azure, what are the best practices, processes and documentation available? In this lab we'll cover this, as well as the differences between using marketplace images and uploading your own. We'll build a "gold image" which is then uploaded to Azure with the Azure agent configured correctly, according to your enterprise standards. A basic working knowledge of day to day Linux operations is recommended.

A introduction to Microsoft Azure and Deploying Openshift on Azure

Schedule 
Tuesday, June 20, 2017 - 14:00 to 16:00
Room 
Spektrum 1
Target Audience 
Abstract 

A introduction to Microsoft Azure and Deploying Openshift on Azure
Presentation:
Azure – An overview Microsofts Cloud platform for digital transformation

Lab:
This lab will demonstrate the fully automated deployment of a production ready Openshift environment on Microsoft Azure using ARM templating. ARM enables users to define and deploy their Openshift infrastructure as code. this lab will demonstrate to users how to deploy a production ready Openshift ontop of Microsoft's cloud with minimal effort. The deployment showcases integration with Azure Keyvault to ensure sensitive information is kept secret and also integrates with Microsoft OMS to give operators and administrators a single pane of glass into their Openshift deployment.

Build a service catalog with CloudForms - rerun of Monday morning lab

Schedule 
Monday, June 19, 2017 - 15:00 to 17:00
Room 
Conclusio 2
Target Audience 
Abstract 

User self-service is seen as one of the defining capabilities of cloud computing. Red Hat CloudForms provides a self-service portal and catalog to deploy IT services over a variety of virtualization and cloud providers. In this lab you will get an introduction to CloudForms self-service followed by hands-on examples. You will start by creating a service catalog item to deploy a VM and then move on to more advanced topics like orchestration templates (Azure ARM or AWS CloudFormation) as services.

Deploying a complete Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization environment with Ansible

Schedule 
Monday, June 19, 2017 - 10:30 to 12:30
Room 
Conclusio 2
Target Audience 
Abstract 

The content of this "Deploying a complete RHV environment with Ansible" Lab has changed
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Due to technical issues and incompatibilities with the cloud environment we leverage in this lab we had to adjust the content on a very short notice.
We will not do the ansible automated roll out of the RHV environment.
As an alternative we provide an already complete installed Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization environment with an Ansible host to work with.

As a result there is no step by step lab guide or any pre defined exercises.
Of course there will be an introduction to the set up. And also we have examples prepared to work with Ansible and RHV you can follow and adopt to your needs and ideas.
And we have the the team there to get you familiar with RHV and Ansible and answer your questions.

FYI - Original Abstract:
Deploy a complete RHV environment with Ansible. The goal is to show the participants how easy it is to deploy a complex Red Hat Virtualization environment with ansible. After two hours there will be some running VMs on RHV.

CloudForms 4.5 with Ansible batteries included

Schedule 
Tuesday, June 20, 2017 - 16:20 to 18:20
Room 
Spektrum 1
Target Audience 
Abstract 

So you have heard about the "Ansible Inside" theme of the upcoming CloudForms 4.5 release? Keen to learn more? Join us in this lab session for hands-on exercises utilizing Ansible in CloudForms. After a brief overview presentation you will learn how to use Ansible Playbooks to create service catalog items, to define control policies and to setup up alerts.

Getting Started with Ansible - rerun of Monday Lab

Schedule 
Tuesday, June 20, 2017 - 11:00 to 12:30
Room 
Conclusio 2
Target Audience 
Abstract 

Ansible is a simple, yet powerful IT automation engine for app deployment, configuration management and orchestration that you can learn quickly. In this lab, you'll get to know Ansible from the ground up: After a brief introduction you'll run the first Ansible commands. From there we'll tackle some of the basic concepts and you'll start to write your first Playbooks. Along the way you will pick up some of the more advanced concepts like controlling task execution or templating

Hands-On with Ansible Tower - rerun of Monday lab

Schedule 
Wednesday, June 21, 2017 - 09:30 to 11:00
Room 
Conclusio 2
Target Audience 
Abstract 

You already use and love Ansible? Ready to extend the power of Ansible to your entire team? Ansible Tower by Red Hat helps you to centralize and control your IT infrastructure with a visual dashboard, role-based access control, job scheduling and graphical inventory management. This lab is about getting hands-on with Ansible Tower: On your own Tower installation you'll work in the web UI and learn how Tower ticks. You'll start with configuring inventories and credentials and you'll learn how to integrate your Playbooks. After configuring Job Templates you'll run your first Ansible Jobs from Tower. Finally the lab will show you how to give users without Ansible knowledge limited control of Playbook execution.

Getting Started with Ansible

Schedule 
Monday, June 19, 2017 - 13:30 to 15:00
Room 
Spektrum 1
Target Audience 
Abstract 

Ansible is a simple, yet powerful IT automation engine for app deployment, configuration management and orchestration that you can learn quickly. In this lab, you'll get to know Ansible from the ground up: After a brief introduction you'll run the first Ansible commands. From there we'll tackle some of the basic concepts and you'll start to write your first Playbooks. Along the way you will pick up some of the more advanced concepts like controlling task execution or templating

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Travel information

  • Congress Center Messe Frankfurt
    Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1
    60327 Frankfurt am Main
    www.congressfrankfurt.de

    Please note that accommodation is not included in the conference fee and therefore hotel reservation needs to be done independently. Red Hat EMEA Partner Conference participants can select from a number of different hotels in the area with special prices for attendees. These are available until 19th May, 2017 but only via this link.

    If you have any questions just send us an email.

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