Half-Day Tutorial Introduces Docker, Develops Skills and Explores DevOps Use Cases
November 7, 2016 — Austin, TX — Flux7 today announced that its co-founder and CEO, Aater Suleman, will present at the DevOps East Conference held November 13–18, 2016 in Orlando, FL. As an internationally recognized expert on the topic of Docker containerization as a key mechanism to facilitate DevOps in the enterprise, Mr. Suleman will present a half-day tutorial titled, “Docker Fundamentals Jumpstart”.
In the Docker Fundamentals tutorial, Mr. Suleman will introduce Docker concepts, Docker terminology, Docker commands, must-know Docker features, and real-world examples of Docker projects. Moreover, he will share with attendees best practices, pitfalls, and practical advice from real-world case studies using Docker. He will also focus on eight common use cases and explore the advantages containers bring to each one.
“Microservices are a natural next step for many organizations as they look to further evolve IT efficiencies for business advantage,” said Flux7 co-founder and CEO, Aater Suleman. “With years of experience and deep expertise assessing, architecting and building AWS solutions that directly address business needs, we are excited to bring a custom microservices offering to our clients, enabling them to quickly achieve the benefits of microservices infrastructure and compete more effectively in the marketplace.”
When: Mr. Suleman will present Monday, November 14, 2016 from 1:00pm to 4:30pm
Where: DevOps East is held in conjunction with the Agile Dev and Better Software Conferences which will be held at the Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista.
Who: Aater Suleman is CEO and co-founder of Flux7, a Docker Authorized consulting partner and one of eight original Docker foundation partners. Mr. Suleman combines his hardware and software development background to creatively and practically design modern infrastructure and to help enterprises create their own centers of DevOps excellence. Mr. Suleman also teaches computer systems design and architecture at the University of Texas at Austin.
Flux7 architects cloud infrastructure frameworks that help businesses to modernize and optimize their IT systems, bridging the gap between a managed environment and independent system management. We enable companies in a wide variety of industries around the world to quickly create production-ready, secure, compliant and highly scalable environments by using automation, DevOps and best practices from hundreds of implementations. Unlike other cloud consulting groups, Flux7 emphasizes the transfer of knowledge to internal IT teams, helping them to become self-sustaining and improving their agility. For more information, please visit http://flux7.com