Fedora Classroom sessions continue next week with a session on containers with Podman. The general schedule for sessions appears on the wiki. You can also find resources and recordings from previous sessions there. Here are details about this week’s session on Thursday, December 13 at 1600 UTC. That link allows you to convert the time to your timezone.
Topic: Containers 101 with Podman
Containers are becoming the de facto standard for building and distributing applications. Fedora as a modern operating system already supports container use by default. As with every new technology, there are different applications and services available for adopting it. This classroom will explain the basics of containers technology and its implementation in Fedora 29 using new open source tools like podman and buildah.
Here’s the agenda for the Classroom session:
Containers 101 with Podman
- What are Linux containers?
- Deep dive into container architecture
- Container runtimes
- Build and run containers
- Introduction to container networks, logs, security and persistent storage
Alessandro Arrichiello is a Solution Architect for Red Hat. He has a passion for GNU/Linux systems, which began at age 14 and continues today. He works with tools for automating Enterprise IT, configuration management, and continuous integration through virtual platforms.
He’s now working on distributed cloud environments via PaaS (OpenShift), IaaS (OpenStack) and process management (CloudForms), container building, instance creation, HA services management, and workflow building.
Joining the session
Edit: The session has been recorded and is available on YouTube:
We hope you attend, learn from, and enjoy this session. If you have any feedback about the sessions, have ideas for a new one, or want to host a session, feel free to comment on this post or edit the Classroom wiki page.