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Tuesday, June 26 • 13:30 - 14:10
Moving Fast and Slow at the Same Time: Lifecycle Commitments Across Major OS Releases - Adam Samalik, Red Hat (slides attached)

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Modularity brings multiple versions of applications and language stacks to Fedora — so you can choose the right version you need for your application. Multiple versions allow for life cycles that go beyond a single release of a distribution.  This could allow you to stay on older versions across major versions of the underlying operating system.

Fedora 28 Server is the first deployment ready Fedora release including Modularity. Come and learn what it means and see how you can benefit from a server OS that gives you the ability to move both fast and slow at the same time. Containers included, but not required.

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Adam Šamalík

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat

Tuesday June 26, 2018 13:30 - 14:10 CST
  Infrastructure & Automation