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Wednesday, August 26 • 19:33 - 19:48
Red Hat Demo: Jumpstart Your Development With GitLab and OpenShift

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Taking an idea and moving it to production can involve several tools, sometimes a tool for every stage. Managing the integrations, compatibility issues, and different service level agreements can make development more complex and unpredictable. One way to improve predictability of the development environment is by deploying the Gitlab Runner operator for Red Hat® OpenShift® .
In this session, you will learn how GitLab Certified Runner Operator can be installed into OpenShift from the OpenShift Operator Hub. This gives development and SRE (Site Reliability Engineering) teams a simple deployment mechanism for the GitLab Runner as they spin up new projects, allowing you to:
  • Build and not worry about tooling.
  • Enable predictability in your development lifecycle. 
  • Accelerate the process of moving from concept to production.
Deploying GitLab and Red Hat together supports the customer’s journey to Dev/Ops and cloud native application development, while delivering the powerful CI/CD platform needed to build and run your applications.

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John Senegal

Global Solutions Architect, Red Hat, Red Hat
As a Principal Solution Architect for Dev/Ops and IoT and part of the Red Hat's Global Partner Alliance team, John Senegal is focused on building technology and solution partnerships with Red Hat strategic partners. Prior to working at Red Hat, John worked at IBM for over 20 years... Read More →

Wednesday August 26, 2020 19:33 - 19:48 PDT
Purple Stage