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Friday, January 28 • 3:00pm - 3:25pm
GitOps for Hub & Edge: Patterns all the Way Down

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I was involved in Red Hat's engineering of Hybrid Cloud Patterns (aka validated patterns) and I would like to present the idea in a public forum. As an engineer on the project, I can speak in some depth as to how the pattern works, and where we're hoping to take them in the future. (Development on the next patterns will almost certainly be complete by the time of DevConf.cz; there is enough material for at least 20 minutes and maybe more to cover our patternization of MANUela right now.

The audience will understand how our solution uses ArgoCD, Helm, Kustomize and Tekton to deploy and manage an application on a centralized OpenShift cluster, and also deploy an Edge application to a different, smaller cluster managed by Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management. (There is a demo of this system on RHPDS today). The application is interesting because it involves a hub component and an edge component, is designed to showcase AI/ML technologies, and features tests and a build pipeline, as well as AMQ Streams and Broker, and a non-trivial application that uses MQTT on IoT devices to measure and monitor machines on a manufacturing line.

Importantly, our engineering team is looking to advertize the idea and publicize it at at https://hybrid-cloud-patterns.io and gauge the amount of market interest in it, as well as solicit more ideas and participation in the community.

Session chairs: Lucie Cervakova and Lenka Kulajtova

Speakers
avatar for Martin Jackson

Martin Jackson

Sr. Principal Software Engineer, Ecosystem Engineering, Red Hat
Martin joined Red Hat after a long career working for one of Red Hat's customers. He is now working on a broad range of Red Hat technologies in the Ecosystem engineering group, focusing on OpenShift, GitOps, and RHEL 4 Edge.


Friday January 28, 2022 3:00pm - 3:25pm CET
Session Room 5