Contact

Contact

    Hybrid cloud blog

    November 8, 2021

    How Customer Feedback Shaped OpenShift 4.9

    In every OpenShift release, we make it a priority to implement work that directly relates to customer feedback. For OpenShift 4.9, we focused on improving accessibility to view node logs, filter by ...

    Megan Hall

    November 4, 2021

    Customizing Your OpenShift Experience With User Preferences

    In OpenShift 4.9, we introduced User Preferences. This enhancement allows individual users to set preferences across the console, providing a customizable experience. User Preferences consists of two ...

    Megan Hall

    October 27, 2021

    Chaos Engineering With LitmusChaos

    About Chaos Engineering Chaos Engineering is a mechanism for injecting failures into software systems to test their resilience. Chaos testing simulates different failure scenarios to check if the ...

    Radu Domnu

    October 26, 2021

    OpenShift 4 Resources Configuration: Methodology and Tools

      Opening introduction Capacity planning is more an art than a science: While performance tuning is a process to optimize the existing systems to achieve higher performance, capacity planning ...

    Fabrizio Soppelsa

    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

    October 21, 2021

    How to Build Images with RHEL Subscriptions on OpenShift

    OpenShift 4 introduced a self-managing platform for the hybrid cloud by providing a cloud-like experience for installation and upgrading the platform through streamlined full-stack installation and ...

    Siamak Sadeghianfar, Tomas Remes and Martin Klika

    October 19, 2021

    Kuryr in OpenShift 4.9

    Kuryr-Kubernetes, often shortened to Kuryr, is a Container Network Interface plug-in (Cloud Native Computing Foundation standard defining how container networking plug-ins should behave) that aims to ...

    Michał Dulko

    October 19, 2021

    Red Hat Quay 3.6 Is Generally Available

    The Red Hat Quay team is excited to announce the general availability of Red Hat Quay 3.6 today. This version brings a large set of stability improvements and over 80 bug fixes along with features ...

    Daniel Messer

    October 13, 2021

    Virtual Machines as Code with OpenShift GitOps and OpenShift Virtualization

    With OpenShift GitOps, it is easy to declaratively manage applications, even operators, from Git repositories. You may have gone beyond YAML with Christian Hernandez’s blog about GitOps through Helm ...

    Chandler Wilkerson

    October 12, 2021

    Using the Open Cluster Management Add-on Framework to Develop a Managed Cluster Add-on

    Open Cluster Management Open Cluster Management is a community-driven project that is focused on multicluster and multicloud scenarios for Kubernetes applications. Open APIs are included and evolving ...

    Jian Qiu, Le Yang, and Wei Liu

    October 11, 2021

    Bring Context to Users with AI Powered by Cortex Fabric

    This is a guest post by John Andersen, VP Solutions Consulting and Architecture, CognitiveScale. At the end of the day, what do most AI developers look for? While the answer may vary depending on ...

    Alex Handy

    October 7, 2021

    Deploying Quarkus Serverless Applications in OpenShift

    Introduction Quarkus simplifies the deployment of applications as serverless services on OpenShift with a very classy extension called the quarkus-openshift extension. The traditional source-to-image ...

    Balakrishnan Balasubramanian