Here’s your chance to learn how to build your own Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). Come check out this session with Krishna and Mark from the OpenShift team and learn how to install, configure and deploy OpenShift Origin – the open source project that powers the OpenShift service – on your laptop.
Attend this informative tutorial and be entered to win a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1)!
In this tutorial you’ll learn about:
At the end we’ll get our hack on in a mini-hackfest, complete with cool prizes for the most impressive applications. And everyone who attends this tutorial will be entered to win a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1)!
Bring your laptop because we’ve got everything you need ready to rock on a USB stick with your name on it.
If you are an open source enthusiast, want to learn how to contribute back to the project, or are just curious about the code that powers OpenShift, this tutorial is for you!
This tutorial is sponsored by OpenShift
Mark Atwood has been a long-time contributor to open source, and is a regular participant of OSCON. He is currently the Open Source Advocate for Red Hat OpenShift and is the Community Manager for the OpenShift Origin open source project. His technology interests include Cloud Computing, Drizzle MySQL, and NoSQL. He makes his home in Seattle USA, with an annual trip to his other home in Black Rock City.
Krishna Raman is a cloud platform architect on Red Hat’s OpenShift team. He uses his experience from wide variety of projects ranging from distributed real-time systems to cloud and mobile application development to contribute and improve open source projects. In his spare time, he likes to climb, fly model airplanes and play with new technologies. More recently has been experimenting with the Arduino open source platform.
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