Hybrid cloud blog

July 8, 2021

Exactly What Are OpenShift Runlevels and Should You Really Use Them?

Runlevels in the OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) help manage the startup of major API groups such as the kube-apiserver and openshift-apiserver. They are used to indicate that a namespace contains ...

Mark Cooper

July 7, 2021

Workloads Webinar Tomorrow

Are you looking to learn about running applicaitons on OpenShift? Do you need to assess the readiness of Kubernetes for Java, .NET or AI/ML workloads? Then this Webinar is for you: The art of ...

Abhinav Joshi

July 7, 2021

Developing OpenShift Operators in JavaScript/TypeScript

OpenShift Operators provide full control over the life cycle of complex applications. They use custom resources to define an application’s desired state, and implement controllers that watch those ...

Guillaume Radde

July 6, 2021

Workload Support for Red Hat OpenShift Matures Across the Industry

Last week, we made an announcement about our work with partners to increase the support for various types of workloads on Red Hat OpenShift. This comes shortly after the completion of our Workloads ...

Alex Handy

July 2, 2021

Ask an OpenShift Admin Office Hour - Authentication and Authorization

Have you ever wondered how LDAP groups are synced? Are there benefits to using one authentication method over another? In previous episodes we’ve brushed up against the topic of authentication and ...

Andrew Sullivan

July 1, 2021

Integrating OpenShift and ionir to Improve Data Agility and Resilience in the Cloud

This is a guest post written by ionir. Intro Kubernetes is rapidly becoming the platform of choice for many customers. The latest Redhat Enterprise Open-source Report suggests 85% of enterprises ...

Alex Handy

July 1, 2021

Strategies for Moving .NET Workloads to OpenShift Container Platform

Introduction Enterprises have saved costs, unlocked developer productivity, embraced CI/CD, and built scalable apps on modern environments using Linux containers and open source technologies. There ...

Anandnatraj Chandramohan

June 30, 2021

Test the New GitLab Operator for OpenShift

Storing source code, running CI/CD jobs, and DevOps pipelines are core developer workflows. OpenShift and GitLab customers depend on these workflows on top of their OpenShift clusters to get work ...

Rob Szumski

June 29, 2021

What's New in Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security

As we recently announced, Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security (RHACS) is the new product offering, powered by StackRox technology, that continues to set the standard for Kubernetes-native security ...

Jamie Scott

June 29, 2021

Using OpenShift Pipelines to Automate Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes

Introduction This article shows how OpenShift Pipelines, based on the Tekton open source project, can be used to automate the execution of Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes as part of ...

Mark Roberts

June 28, 2021

What Workloads Do Customers Run on Kubernetes?

Applications are increasingly built as discrete functional parts, each of which can be delivered as a container. That means for every application, there are more parts to manage. To handle this ...

Jehlum Vitasta Pandit

June 28, 2021

Windows Containers on Red Hat OpenShift: Does That Make Sense?

For a long time, Red Hat has been establishing Linux as the main operating system for Containers. In the past, you would hear Red Hat “Containers are Linux.” But now Red Hat is also bringing Windows ...

Giovanni Fontana