Hybrid cloud blog

    [BlogPost 90818581291 Guide to Cluster Landing Zones for Hybrid and Multi-cloud Architectures (Part 2), BlogPost 90562408203 Announcing OpenShift Toolkit 1.0 — Enhance Cloud-Native Application Development in IDEs, BlogPost 90815537761 What’s new in Red Hat OpenShift Logging 5.5, BlogPost 90595178331 A Guide to GPU-enhanced, Text-to-Speech Model Training with Red Hat OpenShift Data Science and Coqui TTS, BlogPost 90154178861 How to Replace A Failed OCP Control Plane Node Using Assisted Installer On Premise, BlogPost 90061637437 Introducing Gateway API with OpenShift Networking - Developer Preview, BlogPost 90059904894 Guiding Developers to Rightsize Their OpenShift Applications, BlogPost 89276002864 A Guide for Creating a Separate-disk Partition at Installation Time, BlogPost 89563616272 Hosting an Azure Pipelines Build Agent in OpenShift, BlogPost 89438815373 Observability at the Edge with Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes, BlogPost 89419157784 OKD Streams: Building the Next Generation of OKD Together, BlogPost 89275028614 Introducing the New Red Hat Device Edge]

    November 8, 2022

    Guide to Cluster Landing Zones for Hybrid and Multi-cloud Architectures (Part 2)

    Overview In this blog we look at how to realize a cluster landing zone for the hybrid cloud architecture that was introduced in the previous blog. We will extend the multi-tenanted operating model ...

    Jeroen Wilms

    November 8, 2022

    Announcing OpenShift Toolkit 1.0 — Enhance Cloud-Native Application Development in IDEs

    To create, debug, and deploy cloud-native applications, a developer needs various toolsets to achieve them together. Developers have the power of choice now and drive the decision-making for it. As ...

    Mohit Suman

    November 7, 2022

    What’s new in Red Hat OpenShift Logging 5.5

    Logging has for a long time been the cornerstone of any observability solution.  Vector is an essential part of our logging stack. Vector is a log collector and analyzer for DevOps teams and ...

    Roger Floren and Vanessa Martini

    November 7, 2022

    A Guide to GPU-enhanced, Text-to-Speech Model Training with Red Hat OpenShift Data Science and Coqui TTS

    In this blog, we will be describing the text to speech demo that was showcased at Red Hat Summit 2022. Following an introduction of machine learning in text to speech applications and more in depth ...

    Kaitlyn Abdo and Troy Nelson

    November 4, 2022

    How to Replace A Failed OCP Control Plane Node Using Assisted Installer On Premise

    Background/Purpose A node is a virtual or bare-metal machine in a Kubernetes cluster. Worker nodes host your application containers, grouped as pods. The control plane nodes also called Master nodes ...

    Andrew Vu & Marcklyvens Morency

    November 2, 2022

    Introducing Gateway API with OpenShift Networking - Developer Preview

     Gateway Arch National Park in St. Louis, MO, 2018 (C. Holman) What is Gateway API? Gateway API (GWAPI) is an open source, community managed, Kubernetes service-networking mechanism, and has been ...

    Candace Holman, Grant Spence, and the Network Edge Team

    November 2, 2022

    Guiding Developers to Rightsize Their OpenShift Applications

    Introduction Picture this scenario: your application has been running in Red Hat OpenShift for months when suddenly the container platform tells you that it can't spin up a new pod in the cluster due ...

    Kevin Chung

    October 31, 2022

    A Guide for Creating a Separate-disk Partition at Installation Time

    Background During installation of Openshift (OCP), only one disk partition is created that contains the Operating systems (CoreOS) and all the other OCP components binaries including the container ...

    Lazhar Halleb, Marcklyvens Morency and Kibria Ghulam

    October 28, 2022

    Hosting an Azure Pipelines Build Agent in OpenShift

      Abstract In this article we will show you how to move a .NET application deployment from local builds on virtual machines to a hosted build server on OpenShift. Our scenario assumes we’re starting ...

    Kevin Chung & Mark Dunnett

    October 27, 2022

    Observability at the Edge with Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes

    As Edge devices proliferate and the needs of the AppSRE and admin teams grow to accommodate these devices, new challenges arise with gaining visibility into the health of these environments. As the ...

    Joydeep Banerjee and Scott Berens

    October 25, 2022

    OKD Streams: Building the Next Generation of OKD Together

    OKD is the community distribution of Kubernetes that powers Red Hat OpenShift. The OKD community has created reusable Tekton build pipelines on a shared Kubernetes cluster for the OKD build pipelines ...

    Diane Mueller

    October 25, 2022

    Introducing the New Red Hat Device Edge

    Red Hat just announced Red Hat Device Edge, which delivers an enterprise-ready and supported distribution of Kubernetes named MicroShift, combined with an edge-optimized OS built from Red Hat ...

    Frank Zdarsky