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Friday, January 28 • 12:00pm - 12:25pm
Fedora CoreOS In Action

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There are multiple ways to make your software accessible for your users. One way is to deploy directly at the users (On-Premises) via Virtual Appliances. But why and how should one do that?

This talk will give an introduction to immutable infrastructure and Virtual Appliances based on a real-world use case and Fedora CoreOS. Emphasis is also on development, support, lifecycle management and working with/around constraints.

After the talk, you will know what Virtual Appliances are about and can decide if you want to take a closer look at it. Also, you will have a good idea how to start developing your own.
Basic knowledge of Linux and Virtual Machines can help to understand the topic quicker.

If you have questions, please do not hesitate to ask me before, during (Q/A part) or after the talk.

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Michael Müller

DevOps Engineer, ING
Fascinated by Clean Code, Distributed Systems (Theory & Practice) and Operations of Software in all its form and glory.Studied Computer Science @ HAW Hamburg (B.Sc. 2018 & M.Sc. 2021)Website: hape.dev

Friday January 28, 2022 12:00pm - 12:25pm CET
Session Room 4