Sopra Steria to host 2 internal hackathons in Edinburgh and Glasgow!

Sopra Steria are hosting 2 internal hackathons this week across our Edinburgh and Glasgow offices where participants will be making use of DevOps tooling to deploy and manage applications on InnerShift. InnerShift is Sopra Steria’s internal container platform based on Red Hat OpenShift and will be used to facilitate the deployment and management of containers, standalone pieces of software that include everything needed to be able to run an application – from code and runtime to system tools, libraries and settings.

Attendees will work in teams of 3-4 people and will have 3 hours to work through a list of pre-defined objectives such as deployment through source to image and the creation of CI/CD pipelines. The teams will be required to make changes to their application/InnerShift to make use of some of the rich feature sets available within the platform. The teams will be encouraged to work together and experienced Sopra Steria architects will be in attendance to support and help with any issues that may arise.

The main aim of these events is to help our employees upskill in the area of DevOps/OpenShift and facilitate knowledge transfer from more experienced employees to members of staff who may be new to the company or who may not have worked with OpenShift before. The events are open to all colleagues and our RSVPs so far range from graduates and developers to business analysts and UX consultants.

Sopra Steria are always working to roll out innovation across the organisation and we are sure that the output of these events will help to establish innovative uses of technology that we can share with both coworkers and clients alike. A blog will be published on the Sopra Steria website post-event that will discuss the content of the evenings – watch this space!

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Caitlin Toner

Software Engineer in Sopra Steria's Local and Regional Government sector, based in the Edinburgh office.

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