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DevConf.in 2018 is the second free annual community conference sponsored by Red Hat for Developers, System admins, DevOps engineers, Testers, Documentation writers and other contributors to open source technologies. It is a platform for the local FOSS community participants to come together and engage in the knowledge sharing through technical talks, workshops, panel discussions, hackathons and such activities.

When: August 4-5, 2018

Venue: Christ University - Bengaluru, India

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Saturday, August 4 • 11:45am - 2:45pm
Getting started with OpenShift using Minishift

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Minishift provides an easy on-ramp for building containerized applications and microservices by simplifying the configuration and setup of OpenShift on developer workstations. It is easy to integrate into existing development workflows so that developers can simply focus on application development. Application developers can use it seamlessly on Microsoft WIndows, macOS, or Linux.

NOTE: This workshop is limited to 40 attendees.

Session Topics:
- Getting started with Minishift: Introduction, Installation
- Using OpenShift through the web console(GUI) and command line
- Reusing the Minishift Docker daemon
- Containerizing an application and running it on OpenShift  
- Building and running an application in Minishift using:
     * Application source code
     * OpenShift templates
     * Docker images

Speakers
avatar for Budh Ram Gurung

Budh Ram Gurung

Sr Software Engineer, Red Hat
I am a Gorkha, Software Engineer and Open Source Advocate.
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Praveen Kumar

Software engineer, Red Hat
Software engineer at Red Hat, working with Minishift in the developer-tools group and involved with Container Development Kit (CDK) product. He is also part of various Open-Source projects and delivered numbers of talk/workshop in different conferences.


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