Hybrid cloud blog

September 2, 2021

Troubleshooting Sandboxed Containers Operator

This is the third part in our series of blogs on the OpenShift sandboxed containers Operator. We want to show what you can do when things go wrong. An OpenShift cluster is a complex system, and many ...

Pradipta Kumar and Jens Freimann

August 30, 2021

Increasing Speed and Data Volume in the Must-gather Process

Must-gather is a tool for gathering logs and other relevant information from OpenShift Clusters, which is helpful for debugging. The must-gather itself is generic for all projects running on ...

Marek Aufart

August 26, 2021

Using NVIDIA A100’s Multi-Instance GPU to Run Multiple Workloads in Parallel on a Single GPU

The new Multi-Instance GPU (MIG) feature lets GPUs based on the NVIDIA Ampere architecture run multiple GPU-accelerated CUDA applications in parallel in a fully isolated way. The compute units of the ...

Kevin Pouget

August 25, 2021

Creating a ROSA Cluster Using STS

Traditionally, the creation of a Red Hat OpenShift on AWS (ROSA) cluster required an Identity and Access Management (IAM) user with elevated permissions. However, with the implementation of the ...

Steve Mirman

August 24, 2021

Using the Assisted Installer to Create a Cluster with OpenShift Virtualization and OCS Operators

The OpenShift Assisted Installer has received significant improvements in its latest incarnation. Among those improvements are enhancements on the validations of the deployment of OpenShift ...

Jordi Gil and Priyanka Jiandani

August 19, 2021

OpenShift 4.8 News Round Up

We've completed our 2.5 week romp through the changes and additions to OpenShift 4.8, so now we'd like to take a brief moment to round up all of the news blogs, and present them in a single, easy to ...

Alex Handy

August 19, 2021

Hybrid Cloud Object Storage With MinIO and Red Hat OpenShift

This is a guest blog by Matt Sarrel, Director of Technical Marketing, MinIO. Object storage is a foundational component of cloud-native architectures. It provides the framework for developing and ...

Alex Handy

August 13, 2021

Ask an OpenShift Admin Office Hour - High availability

Most people think of Kubernetes and OpenShift as hosting “cloud native” applications, where cloud native refers to a system that expects failure and can compensate automatically, for example, using ...

Andrew Sullivan

August 13, 2021

Empathy Workshop: Improving OpenShift Logs with User Feedback

We conducted a series of three two-hour workshops using digital whiteboarding and telecommunication tools over the course of a week. The data we collected helped us identify three main focus areas ...

Chris Shinn

August 13, 2021

OpenShift Sandboxed Containers 101

Introduction This blog assumes that the reader is familiar with the OpenShift sandboxed containers documentation and has installed Kata Containers via the OpenShift sandboxed containers  operator on ...

Snir Sheriber and Ariel Adam  

August 12, 2021

OpenShift 4.8: Quick Start Enhancements

What Is New? In Red Hat OpenShift 4.6, we introduced Quick starts, a feature that enables users to discover and learn about key capabilities through step-by-step tutorials in the OpenShift Console. ...

Colleen Hart

August 12, 2021

OpenShift 4.8 Blog: Import Multiple YAML Files

With each Red Hat OpenShift release, we aim to improve the user experience of the console UI to make it even easier for our customers to use. We prioritize what we work on based on the feedback we ...

Brie Mignano