Are you interested in learning about Red Hat's process of designing and creating a lab for SA to demo products? Check out Matt York's talk!
I'll be discussing the challenges and success we've had to design and create a lab for Red Hat SA's to demonstrate products to customers using Red Hat products. We've learned many lessons from issues with hardware and software, as well as trying to bring a level of control and sanity to a multi-tenant environment populated with experienced sysadmins all fighting for their corner.
From a product perspective, we'll talk about
History of labs in Red Hat.
Products we deployed (RHV, Sat6, Ansible Tower, gitlab, Openshift container platform, RHEL Atomic, IDM (FreeIPA)) to name a few.
The architectural challenges
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I'm a specialist solutions architect working for Red Hat in the UK focusing on infrastructure and automation. I've been at Red Hat for 2 1/2 years, however, I've been using Unix & Linux since 1995. Over the years I've used most of the major distributions.