Hybrid cloud blog

    August 26, 2022

    A Guide to using Gitops and ArgoCD with RBAC

    Introduction One of the first questions I am asked when setting up OpenShift-Gitops (based on ArgoCD) are: "How do I use it for automatic onboarding of new projects and how can I limit access to the ...

    Thomas Jungbauer

    March 6, 2023

    Effortlessly And Efficiently Provision OpenShift Clusters With OpenShift Virtualization

    Introduction Hosted control planes for Red Hat OpenShift with the KubeVirt provider makes it possible to host OpenShift tenant clusters on bare metal machines at scale. It can be installed on an ...

    Guoqing Li

    February 27, 2023

    Red Hat collaborates with NVIDIA to offer GPU-based 5G vRAN solutions with Red Hat OpenShift

    Red Hat aims to speed the telecom industry’s shift to open radio access network (RAN) solutions by announcing support for NVIDIA GPUs for 5G vRAN on Red Hat OpenShift, which will enable containerized ...

    Shujaur Mufti, Erwan Gallen, Shuvo Chowdhury and Jean-Francois Lacasse

    September 5, 2022

    Meet The New Agent-Based OpenShift Installer

    With OpenShift 4.11 we are introducing a pre-release version of the new agent-based installer for OpenShift that we are adding to the official OpenShift installer. With this new agent subcommand, ...

    Ramon Acedo Rodriquez, Benjamin Schmaus, and Zane Bitter

    February 1, 2023

    What's New in Red Hat OpenShift 4.12?

    Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 4.12, based on Kubernetes 1.25 and Crio 1.25, is here. This new release brings many updates to the open source container platform that accelerates the development ...

    Ju Lim

    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

    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

    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

    October 20, 2022

    Red Hat OpenShift is now Available on Google Cloud Marketplace

    We’re thrilled to announce that Red Hat OpenShift is now available on Google Cloud Marketplace. Red Hat OpenShift is an enterprise-ready application platform built for open hybrid cloud and ...

    Sarah Shang

    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

    August 31, 2022

    Designing Golden Paths

    Introduction Golden Paths are a fundamental ingredient of well architected Internal Developer Platforms (IDP). Spotify uses the term “Golden Path”, but that concept has other monikers. For example ...

    Raffaele Spazzoli

    November 10, 2022

    3 Methods of “Auto” Scaling OpenShift Applications

      Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (RHOCP) makes it easy for developers to deploy kubernetes-native solutions that can automatically handle apps' horizontal scaling needs, as well as many other ...

    Luqman Barry

    March 7, 2023

    Your Guide to OpenShift 4.12

    We've now published all of our blogs and information on the release of OpenShift 4.12. In order to make your lives easier, we've gathered all of those blog posts here into one large listing, so you ...

    Alex Handy

    April 8, 2022

    How to Use MetalLB in BGP Mode

    Introduction With the release of OpenShift 4.10, the BGP or Border Gateway Protocol mode for the MetalLB operator became generally available. BGP mode offers a novel way to statelessly load balance ...

    Mauro Oddi

    August 18, 2022

    Pod Security Admission in OpenShift 4.11

    Limiting pod creation based on their security attributes The very key function of Kubernetes is that it allows users of this platform to run their custom workloads on a set of servers that run the ...

    Stanislav Láznička and Sergiusz Urbaniak

    February 13, 2023

    Meet Red Hat Device Edge with MicroShift

    Red Hat Device Edge is the new product offering from Red Hat that unites the performance, security and reliability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux with a lightweight version of OpenShift ...

    Ben Schmaus

    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

    March 23, 2023

    GitOps for organizations: provisioning and configuring OpenShift clusters automatically

    When the organizations started to adopt Kubernetes platforms, like OpenShift, many years ago, the most common scenario was a single cluster for all the workloads. However, as the rate of OpenShift ...

    Alberto González de Dios