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September 1, 2021

From the Enterprisers Project: 5 DevSecOps Open Source Projects to Know

The always wonderful Enterprisers Project has a new round up of important DevSecOps Projects you should probably know about. Hats off to Gordon Haff for writing this up. From the article: 1. Clair ...

Alex Handy

August 11, 2021

How Customer Feedback Shaped OpenShift 4.8

In every OpenShift release, we make it a priority to implement work that directly relates to customer feedback. For OpenShift 4.8, we focused on improving the usability of the log toolbar, introduced ...

Megan Hall

April 12, 2021

Kubernetes 1.21 Grows Innovative New Features

Remember the days when the hot buzz about Kubernetes was that it had become boring? Naturally, after becoming the default basis for container-based infrastructure, there would need to be a period ...

Duncan Hardie

April 8, 2021

Come Work on Red Hat OpenShift!

Now Updated with more Jobs, 4/12/2021! We're hiring! If you're looking for a place to work where the culture is a bit of a game-changer, you'll fit right in here at Red Hat. The OpenShift team is ...

Alex Handy

March 11, 2021

Connecting with sigstore

Have you ever heard of sigstore? If not, you should learn all about it, as it's an important project from the Linux Foundation. From their About page; sigstore will be a free to use non-profit ...

Alex Handy

February 15, 2021

Moov to Digital Banking on OpenShift

This is a guest post written in collaboration with the folks at moov.io. Moov is a portable, extensible, open source platform for embedding banking services within any application. Moov offers a ...

Adam Shannon and Eric Murphy

December 8, 2020

Kubernetes 1.20 - What’s New?

Congratulations to the Kubernetes community on reaching Kubernetes 1.20. Another solid release from the community, helping to contribute to increase in adoption of Kubernetes in production year over ...

Gaurav Singh

November 13, 2020

What's Inside OpenShift 4

  OpenShift 4 is 100% open source and comprises several key CNCF open source projects: Linux - OpenShift runs on CoreOs and enjoys the support of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux ecosystem. Within CoreOs ...

Jonathan Gershater