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Red Hat: Ask Me Anything (AMA) on Red Hat Satellite, Universal Base Image and Presence at DevConf.CZ

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  • Red Hat Satellite Ask Me Anything Q&A from June and August 2019

    This blog covers the questions and answers during the June and August 2019 Satellite Ask Me Anything (AMA) calls.

    For anyone not familiar, the Satellite AMAs are an "ask me anything" (AMA) style event where we invite Red Hat customers to bring all of their questions about Red Hat Satellite, drop them in the chat, and members of the Satellite product team answers as many of them live as we can during the AMA and we then follow up with a blog post detailing the questions and answers.

  • What is Red Hat Universal Base Image?

    Back in May, we launched the Red Hat Universal Base Image (UBI), targeted at developers building containerized applications for the cloud. Since then, we have published an extensive FAQ covering topics ranging from how often UBI is updated, to how the end user license agreement (EULA) allows you to redistribute applications built on it. These are all great fundamental topics to cover, but people still seem to have a lot of questions around what UBI is and what it isn’t.

    If you are a developer and you are trying to figure out whether UBI is right for you, it might be easier to start by first explaining what it isn’t.

  • DevConf.CZ and Open TestCon CfPs open

    DevConf.CZ is looking for workshops, discussion sessions, and presentations, with a variety of length options available. This large community conference has tracks for a variety of topics including community, IoT, cloud/containers, microservices, networking, desktop, and documentation. And like in years past, there is a dedicated Fedora track. If you weren’t ready to give a presentation at Flock — or if you want to give it to a broader audience — this is your chance. You can submit proposals through the DevConf.cz CfP portal through 1 November.

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