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Friday, February 5 • 11:30 - 12:10
Docker, Vagrant and Kubernetes walks into an Eclipse'd bar

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Todays software industry is booming with tools like Docker, Kubernetes, Vagrant and more to enable faster turnaround times via virtualization.

How does Eclipse the IDE deal with that ? Can it deal with it ? How should it and its users deal with it ?

Come to this talk and hear how and what Eclipse Linux Tools and JBoss Tools are doing in the area.

It will give a brief overview on the Docker and Vagrant tooling in Linux Tools and then how that is used and combined in Kubernetes and OpenShift Tools.

The talk will show how you can use Docker and Vagrant practically today with plain Eclipse to improve your own local development experience and then shortly cover how it all comes together in the cloud and container space.

Some basic understanding of the container and virtualization technologies are recommended, but not an absolute requirement.

Speakers
avatar for Marián Labuda

Marián Labuda

Red Hat
Marian Labuda has been working at Red Hat since 2013. First as an intern in Seam. Now he is working as a member of JBDS team as QE for (mostly) OpenShift tooling. Marian is an active contributor to RedDeer testing framework (open source testing framework for eclipse https://github.com/jboss-reddeer/reddeer
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Martin Malina

Red Hat
Martin Malina has been working at Red Hat since 2007. First in the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform QE team, now in JBoss Developer Studio QE team. He is working mostly with Eclipse, and application servers, recently taking on new challenges with Vagrant, Docker, CDK and other new technologies.


Friday February 5, 2016 11:30 - 12:10
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