Members of the Pulp community participate in conferences across the US and Europe. You can find the most recent talks here. Some talks are not necessarily related to Pulp but came about from experience working within the project. If you would like to submit a talk, please write to pulp-list@redhat.com

Community Sessions 2021

This is a playlist of a subset of PulpCon 2021 talks that came from the Pulp community. You can see examples of how Pulp is being used in the wild, the experiences of writing your own Pulp plugin, as well as scoping considerations if you’re looking to deploy Pulp in your environment.

If you’d like to participate in such a session, we’d love to hear from you.

PulpCon 2021

Here is a playlist of all sessions of Pulpcon 2021

High Availability with Pulp

Introducing the new Pulp Tasking System

Pulp @ Community Central - Using Pulp 3 - Simpler and Faster

Host Your Own PyPI

Host Your Own Ansible Galaxy!

Brian also delivered a workshop on this at DevConf.cz 2021

Registry Native Delivery of Software Content

Don’t Get Stuck on Pulp 2!

Stop Using rsync

Using OpenAPI to Maximise Your Pulp 3 Experience

Using Containers and VMs on Free Public CIs