The IT world is abuzz with containers and containerizing applications. What does this new world of containers brings to your datacenter and how can Red Hat and partners help? Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host is a container execution platform specifically designed to run identical containers from the developer laptop all the way into production. Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host brings docker containers and Kubernetes together to provide a way to manage both the containerized applications and the hosting cluster. Ansible is a next-generation orchestration engine. Its agentless operation and small footprint makes it ideal for creating and managing a Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic cluster.
In this session, you'll learn how to use Ansible to manage container deployment from a single instance to a complete Kubernetes application pod. We'll cover:
* RPM-OStree and managing atomic hosts
* Resource management with Ansible and Kubernetes
* Playbooks and roles best practices
* Setting up containers in Red Hat Enterprise Linux Atomic Host with Ansible and Kubernetes