Ask an OpenShift Admin Office Hour - SPLAT and the vSphere Problem Detector
May 21, 2021 | by
Deploying OpenShift on vSphere, Azure, or AWS? We want to introduce you to SPLAT, the team that works hard to deliver OpenShift anywhere and everywhere. This week, we welcome SPLAT team members Richard Vanderpool and Joe Callen to talk about their role in the development and support of OpenShift. We’ll also talk about the vSphere Problem Detector, an Operator which, as the name implies, checks for, identifies, and sometimes rectifies known problems with OpenShift on vSphere clusters.
Who is the SPLAT team? OpenShift supports many different infrastructure types - AWS, Azure, vSphere, RHV, bare metal, etc. - and each one has different capabilities, features, and quirks. The OpenShift Specialist PLATform team is a group of specialists who focus on each of the infrastructure providers with a deep understanding of both.
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The OpenShift Subscription and Sizing Guide has been updated with more details on the Red Hat OpenShift Platform Plus entitlement and clarification on what does / does not affect infrastructure node entitlements.
In case you missed it, CVE-2021-30465 (Symlink-Exchange attach with runc) was announced. Please monitor the security bulletin for additional details as they develop!
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