I wanted the conclusion to be in the form or a list or recommended presentation to watch online on the YouTube Channel of the event. I also wanted to wait for slides to be published, but at the time of writing this, they have yet to be so [UPDATE: some slides were published and I linked them below]. Here are the recommendations by topic. I filtered out the ones that sounded interesting but were not and left the ones I saw onsite or online and would be worth watching.
My impression is that the theme of the conference was “Docker Docker Docker”, as were a lot of other conferences and events in the last year. So, start with the Docker presentations, then go to the projects about lightweight container images, like Project Atomic.
Fedora (and CentOS) Atomic [YouTube]
Docker Security [YouTube]
Then, take a look a the Kubernetes (the orchestration software for Docker) presentation and workshop:
After, the PaaS framework on top of Kubernetes, OpenShift, so you get what’s the deal with the trio Docket-Kubernetes-OpenShift.v3 and where do atomic hosts fit into this.
OpenShift 3 – The future of _aaS [YouTube]
OpenShift v3: Docker, Kubernetes & the power of Cross Community Collaboration [YouTube]
A category of it’s on, but fun presentation about tips and tricks for sysadmins:
Quick Hacks for DevOps [YouTube]
I would recommend the presentation about new Fedora Server to make your own opinion, along with a presentation about Cockpit, one of the features that Fedora Server is trying to market.
Cockpit: Modern Server User Interface [YouTube]
And last, but not least, I would recommend the CephFS, presentation so you get a feel of another paradigm for filesystems.