Brussels / 4 & 5 February 2023

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OKD Virtualization: what’s new, what’s next

New features on OKD Virtualization 4.11 and 4.12 and next challenges


OKD Virtualization is the community project bringing traditional virtualization technology into OKD. OKD is an Open Source Community Distribution of Kubernetes optimized for continuous application development and multi-tenant deployments. OKD is a sibling community distribution to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. Meet the OKD Virtualization community, learn new features, discover deployment patterns and get involved!

OKD Virtualization is the community project bringing traditional virtualization technology into OKD. OKD is an Open Source Community Distribution of Kubernetes optimized for continuous application development and multi-tenant deployments. OKD is a sibling community distribution to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. OKD Virtualization is built on top of the KubeVirt project and its sibling operators. The Hyperconverged Cluster Operator project ensures an opinionated and robust deployment automating common Day-1 (installation, configuration, etc.) and Day-2 (re-configuration, failover, etc.) operations. The Hyperconverged Cluster Operator is available in the Openshift Community Operators catalog and so also on your OKD cluster. In this session you will learn about fresh OKD Virtualization features like: - Deploying a single node development/testing environment on CodeReady Containers (with nested virtualization) on your laptop - Using KubeVirt Tekton tasks to automate VM common tasks (creating/copying VMs, generating ssh keys, executing commands into a VM or manipulating disks with libguestfs tools) in a CI/CD fashion - Automatic importing and updating of pre-defined or custom boot sources

After this session newcomers will know what OKD Virtualization is while experienced users will get a sneak peek of new and upcoming features.

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Photo of Simone Tiraboschi Simone Tiraboschi

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