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July 9, 2021

Upcoming Webinar on MLOps on GitOps

Building AI/ML applications is only half the battle: the real work is in operationalizing the learning and deployment of algorithms. To help you comprehend this new mode of CI/CD, we've prepared a ...

Alex Handy

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

May 19, 2021

How to Use HashiCorp Vault and Argo CD for GitOps on OpenShift

To allow for more secure GitOps practices, sensitive data should should never be stored in Git. This presents a bit of a conundrum for GitOps, we need the secrets in Git... but we do not want to ...

Phil Moses

April 22, 2021

Continuous Delivery with Helm and Argo CD

In a GitOps workflow, YAML is king. The premise of GitOps is declarative infrastructure stored as Kubernetes-native manifest on Git, which can be automatically synchronized using a tool like Argo CD. ...

Christian Hernandez

February 4, 2021

What is KubeLinter?

What is KubeLinter? The KubeLinter is an open-source command-line interface to identify misconfigurations in Kubernetes objects. KubeLinter offers the ability to integrate checks on Kubernetes YAML ...

Michael Foster

January 26, 2021

Validating OpenShift Manifests in a GitOps World

Confidence is one of the many benefits of adopting a GitOps-based approach. By storing manifests in a declarative fashion, one has the assurance that the state of an environment has been accurately ...

Andrew Block

January 19, 2021

Cloud DevOps With OpenShift and JFrog

This is a guest post written by Jeff Fry, Senior Technical Alliance Manager, Business Development ISV, at JFrog. With enterprises adopting cloud strategies like hybrid cloud and multi-cloud and ...

Alex Handy

January 12, 2021

Introducing the Quarkus Helm Chart

Wouldn’t it be cool if OpenShift provided an out-of-the-box way to build and deploy Quarkus applications? Red Hat has provided just that in the form of a Quarkus Helm chart. This Helm chart makes it ...

Austin Dewey

January 11, 2021

Filtering External Registry Images by Signature in OpenShift 4

Introduction Wouldn’t it be nice if your developers could be kept within the boundaries of a secure, signed image management process? That’s what image registries are for, naturally, and working with ...

Salahddine Aberkan

January 7, 2021

How Red Hat OpenShift Addresses NIST 800-190

As the use of cloud-native applications expands, enterprises look to trusted partners and standards bodies for guidance on best practices for securing containers and Kubernetes in production. One ...

Kirsten Newcomer

December 10, 2020

Deploying to OpenShift using GitHub Actions

The popularity of GitHub Actions is growing fast as they prove to be a simple, effective way to set up Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) workflows. To help get your ...

Tim Etchells

December 2, 2020

How KubeLinter fits in the CNCF Ecosystem

The State of Kubernetes Security in 2020 There has been a significant shift in the Kubernetes community to security topics in the past year. According to the StackRox State of Container and ...

Michael Foster