Hybrid cloud blog

    September 22, 2021

    Top Open Source CI/CD Tools for Kubernetes to Know

    Continuous integration and continuous delivery/deployment (CI/CD) describes a set of practices for delivering applications and infrastructure using automation, continuous monitoring, and GitOps ...

    Michael Foster and Ajmal Kohgadai

    November 18, 2021

    How to Use ArgoCD Deployments with GitHub Tokens

    The Red Hat OpenShift GitOps Operator was introduced and released to provide users with a “batteries included” solution for their GitOps workflows. OpenShift users now have a fully supported GitOps ...

    Christian Hernandez

    April 14, 2022

    A Guide to Secrets Management with GitOps and Kubernetes

    Rationale The entire premise behind GitOps is to use Git as the source of truth for infrastructure and application configuration, taking advantage of Git workflows, while at the same time, having ...

    Jann Fischer and Raffaele Spazzoli

    February 3, 2022

    Using OpenTelemetry and Jaeger with Your Own Services/Application

    In this blog I will guide you on How to use OpenTelemetry with a Quarkus application. How to display your OpenTeleemtry information on Jaeger UI. In this blog I will use distributed tracing to ...

    Robert Baumgartner

    July 13, 2022

    Hosted Control Planes Is Here as Tech Preview!

    Customers care about applications and workloads first and foremost. There are many routes to host applications securely and reliably at scale; however, this comes with the cost of additional ...

    Adel Zaalouk

    February 28, 2022

    How to use the OpenShift Assisted Installer

    OpenShift Assisted Installer is a user-friendly OpenShift installation solution for the various platforms, but focused on bare metal. It comprises two key components: OpenShift Assisted Service ...

    Vladimir Belousov

    August 3, 2022

    OpenShift GitOps 1.6 Now Available

    What’s New in OpenShift GitOps v1.6 GitOps is an approach to continuous delivery (CD) that utilises Git as the single source of truth for everything, including infrastructure, platform, and ...

    Harriet Lawrence

    May 16, 2022

    How to Use Kubernetes Services on Secondary Networks with Multus CNI

    Introduction We’re pleased to introduce Kubernetes services on secondary networks as created by Multus CNI – available as a developer preview on OpenShift 4.10, which we’re here to help you get your ...

    Doug Smith and Tomofumi Hayashi

    March 22, 2022

    Introducing Red Hat OpenShift 4.10

    Today we are pleased to introduce Red Hat OpenShift 4.10. This new 4.10 release, available now, is based on Kubernetes 1.23 with the CRI-O 1.23 runtime. OpenShift 4.10 has a number of exciting new ...

    Ju Lim

    June 29, 2022

    Introducing OpenShift Service Mesh 2.2

    We are pleased to announce the release of OpenShift Service Mesh 2.2. OpenShift Service Mesh is included and installed via an operator as part of the OpenShift Open Hybrid Cloud Platform and is based ...

    Jamie Longmuir

    April 20, 2022

    A Guide to Red Hat Hypershift on Bare Metal

    HyperShift is middleware for hosting OpenShift control planes at scale that solves for cost and time to provision, as well as portability cross cloud with strong separation of concerns between ...

    Benjamin Schmaus

    April 12, 2022

    A Guide to High Availability/Disaster Recovery for Applications on OpenShift

      The objective of this blog post is to present customers with options regarding HA/DR for applications deployed on OpenShift. At a high level, high availability means that an application is ...

    Andrew Sullivan and Santosh Gurijala

    October 25, 2021

    External Secrets with Hashicorp Vault

      Background I’ve been spending a fair amount of time researching secrets management with OpenShift. The interest started with the IBM Vault Plugin for Argo CD, which allows us to store placeholders ...

    Phil Moses

    January 26, 2022

    A Guide to Customizing Red Hat Enterprise Linux CoreOS

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux CoreOS (RHCOS) is the only operating system supported on the OpenShift control plane nodes. Even though it is possible to deploy Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) worker nodes, ...

    Pietro Bertera

    September 16, 2021

    Getting Started running Spark workloads on OpenShift

    This post was written by Keith Tenzer, Dan Zilberman, Pieter Malan, Louis Santillan, Kyle Bader and Guillaume Moutier. Overview Running Apache Spark for large data analytics workloads has typically ...

    Keith Tenzer, Dan Zilberman, Pieter Malan, Louis Santillan, Kyle Bader

    July 19, 2022

    OpenID Connect Authentication in to OpenShift using Red Hat Single Sign-On

    Multiple Methods of Authentication on OpenShift  Part-1: OpenID Connect using Red Hat Single Sign-on In this series, we will introduce the multiple ways of authenticating on the OpenShift Container ...

    Abay Radhakrishnan and Ken Moini

    April 7, 2022

    Using Integrated Load Balancing With On-Premises OpenShift 4 IPI

    Since the earliest OpenShift 3.x versions, a load balancer has been required for the API and ingress services. This allows the cluster nodes to scale up, down, and recover from failure transparently ...

    Andrew Sullivan

    January 27, 2022

    Introducing Mirror Registry for Red Hat OpenShift

    The Red Hat Quay team and Red Hat OpenShift team are excited to announce the general availability of the mirror registry for Red Hat OpenShift. This is a small, streamlined container image registry ...

    Daniel Messer