Red Hat OpenShift Commons Spinnaker Briefing
Jul 10, 2020 by Ryan Cartwright
Armory recently joined Red Hat Partner Connect as a Technology Partner in addition to becoming a member of OpenShift Commons. More than 2,000 Enterprises across the globe adopt Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to power business applications. Learn how to deploy applications faster on OpenShift with Spinnaker.
OpenShift Commons is a community of Red Hat OpenShift and Kubernetes users, partners, schools, and more. With 500+ member organizations spread across 55 countries, Commons members collaborate to deepen our knowledge of containers, Kubernetes, and OpenShift together.
Commons builds connections and collaboration across OpenShift communities, projects, and stakeholders. In doing so they enable the success of customers, users, partners, and contributors as we deepen our knowledge and experiences together.
You can see the full list of OpenShift Commons Participants here.
Armory was invited by Diane Mueller – Director, Community Development for Red Hat OpenShift. She leads Community Development efforts at Red Hat focusing on cross-community collaboration and driving both customer and developer community initiatives to ensure the success of OpenShift. Here are previous and future OpenShift Commons Briefings.
Armory Spinnaker OpenShift Commons Briefing
- Overview of Spinnaker
- The Spinnaker Open Source Community
- Armory Spinnaker Extensions
- Armory Spinnaker Operator
- Spinnaker Gardening Days
Stay tuned for the Armory Spinnaker Operator to get Red Hat Certified and listed on the Red Hat Marketplace.
Interested in learning more about the Spinnaker Operator?
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