Hybrid cloud blog

July 14, 2021

What Is Workload Security? On-Premises, Cloud, Kubernetes, and More

What Is a Workload? The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a workload as “the amount of work performed or capable of being performed (as by a mechanical device) usually within a specific period.” In ...

Michael Foster

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

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 23, 2021

gRPC or HTTP/2 Ingress Connectivity in OpenShift

Technical Overview The default Ingress Controller in OpenShift Container Platform 4.x is based on HAProxy. If you aren’t familiar with HAProxy, it is free, open source software that provides a high ...

Sumit Shatwara

June 9, 2021

Deploy OpenShift on OpenStack Provider Networks

In the upcoming OpenShift 4.8 release, our team will deliver complete provider networks support when deploying on Red Hat OpenStack. We had to introduce a number of new features to fully support ...

Emilien Macchi

May 25, 2021

Operationalizing Kubeflow in OpenShift

Kubeflow is an AI/ML platform that brings together several tools covering the main AI/ML use cases: data exploration, data pipelines, model training, and model serving. Kubeflow allows data ...

Raffaele Spazzoli

May 20, 2021

Topology Awareness in Kubernetes Part 3: The Pod Resources API

This post was written by: Swati Sehgal, Alexey Perevalov, Killian Muldoon & Francesco Romani. This is part 3, and here are Parts 1 and Part 2.  Topology Aware Scheduling is all about enhancing the ...

Topology-aware Scheduling Working Group

May 18, 2021

Image Garbage Collection in OpenShift

The image garbage collector is one of two mechanisms present in every kubernetes cluster node trying to maintain enough available space in the local disks for normal operations to continue. The other ...

Jose Jerez

May 12, 2021

Our Favorite Things from GitOps Con at KubeCon EU

Monday, May 3rd the inaugural GitOps Con took place virtually hosted and sponsored by Red Hat, Weaveworks and the GitOps Working Group. We were inspired by the participation and support from the ...

Aubrey Muhlach

May 11, 2021

Creating Pod Latency With Linux Traffic Control on OpenShift

Let’s face it: Networks are not always reliable. Your datacenter robot accidentally disconnects an ethernet cable. A UPS goes bad and you lose your switch. Any number of things can interfere with ...

Chad Scribner, Robert Bost, and Jai Subbiah

May 5, 2021

Recap: OpenShift Commons Gathering at KubeCon EU with Videos!

The OpenShift Commons Gathering at KubeCon EU took place virtually on May 4th, 2021, with participation from across the OpenShift Commons and Cloud Native communities. The Gathering kicked off with a ...

Diane Mueller

April 29, 2021

Descheduler GA in OpenShift 4.7

Beginning in OpenShift 4.7, we are happy to announce that the Descheduler is now GA. This is great news for cluster administrators wishing to maintain balance in their clusters. The Descheduler is an ...

Mike Dame