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Fabric8: An end-to-end development platform

Submitted by Baiju Muthukadan (@baijum) on Thursday, 6 April 2017

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Section: Crisp talk of 15 mins duration Technical level: Beginner

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Abstract

Fabric8 is an end-to-end development platform spanning ideation to production for the creation of cloud-native applications and microservices. You can build, test and deploy your applications via Continuous Delivery pipelines then run and manage them with Continuous Improvement. Fabric8 is powered by Red Hat OpenShift. Slides

Outline

Talk about various features of Fabric8.

Speaker bio

Baiju Muthukadan is a Senior Software Engineer working at Red Hat, Bangalore. He has contributed to many Free/Open source software including Zope, Koha and Salt. He founded the Swathanthra Malayalam Computing project in 2001 while studying at REC, Calicut (NIT, Kozhikode). He was also employed by Free Software Foundation of India in 2002-2003. He received the first Kenneth Gonsalves award in recognition of his many contributions to Python language community in India. He is a co-organizer of Bangalore Golang meetup and he had conducted many Go workshops including one as part of Rootconf‘16. He has written a book about Go.

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Slides

https://www.slideshare.net/baijum/fabric8-an-endtoend-development-platform

Comments

  • 1
    sankarshan mukhopadhyay (@sankarshanmukhopadhyay) 2 years ago

    Thank you for proposing this talk. You have expressed an intention for this to be a 15 minute talk; do you intend to include a working demo as well?

  • 1
    Zainab Bawa (@zainabbawa) 2 years ago

    We require draft slides to evaluate this proposal.

  • 1
    Baiju Muthukadan (@baijum) Proposer 2 years ago

    I will include a demo in the talk. I am working on draft slides now.

  • 1
    Baiju Muthukadan (@baijum) Proposer 2 years ago (edited 2 years ago)

    I just started working on my slides here:
    https://www.slideshare.net/baijum/fabric8-an-endtoend-development-platform

    Edit: changed link

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