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Containers provide a compelling alternative virtualization for modern application development. OpenShift running on OpenStack allows combining the exposition of resources in the infrastructure layer such as network, compute and storage, provided by OpenStack, with in the consumption of these resources from the platform side by OpenShift. One of the many benefits of running OpenShift on OpenStack is the ability to deploy containers on bare metal using OpenStack Ironic. Different applications have varying performance requirements, many of them benefiting from running on bare metal. The density of containers per node and the scalability of bare metal nodes hosting containers can be orchestrated by OpenShift and OpenStack Bare Metal. In this session you will learn how OpenShift Container Platform is used with Red Hat OpenStack Platform and its Bare Metal service, maximizing container performance and application scalability in the private cloud.