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OpenShift London Community Meetup June 2022

Written by Patrick Stephens in Newson July 1, 2022

OpenShift London Community Meetup June 2022

I was invited to the Red Hat offices in London near Monument to present at the OpenShift Community Meetup on some of my highlights from the recent FluentCon and KubeCon conferences in Valencia.

I went through what I thought were my personal highlights along with some other bits and pieces from the conference.

Here’s my presentation.

If short of time, my personal highlights were the following:

The other recommendation is the various Fluent ecosystem workshops we now have running in Instruqt sandboxes:


There were also some interesting talks on using Quarkus and Dekorate to generate YAML deployments for various tooling. It is worth popping along to a meetup in the future, if only for the cheese and wine!

Next week I will also be popping along to the OpenShift Commons London event so it will be good to see folks there.

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