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The concept of operationalizing a Kubernetes-native infrastructure concept on-premise by running the proven open hybrid cloud stack in a prescriptive way, directly on bare metal servers, can bring the cloud agility and simplicity on-premise. It can help solve the traditional IT challenges of cost and complexity, in addition to helping developers innovate faster.
In this technical session, we’ll share the solution architecture details of a Kubernetes-native infrastructure concept built with Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, container-native virtualization, and ecosystem of technologies on prescriptive bare metal servers. Kubernetes serves as the unified control hub for automating the deployment and life-cycle management of containers, serverless functions, virtual machines and infrastructure resources (e.g., servers, software defined storage, software defined networking, etc.).
The session will also deep dive into the various technical components (including demos) of the concept. Key takeaways:
• Kubernetes-native infrastructure concept built with integrating Red Hat OpenShift, OpenShift Container Storage, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, container-native virtualization, and the underlying ecosystem of technologies, helps bring the cloud agility and simplicity on-premise, and solves IT and app dev challenges.
• Kubernetes can serve as the single control hub for automating the deployment and life-cycle management of containers, serverless functions, VMs, servers, storage, etc. directly on bare metal infrastructure.