Hybrid cloud blog

May 17, 2021

How to Monitor Openshift 4.x with Zabbix using Prometheus - Part 2

In this article, I will demonstrate how to monitor an Openshift cluster using Zabbix and Prometheus, that is, we will collect Prometheus metrics in the openshift-monitoring project and we will ...

Leonardo Araujo

May 4, 2021

Getting Started with ApplicationSets

Applications deployed and managed using the GitOps philosophy are often made of many files. There's Kubernetes manifests for Deployments, Services, Secrets, ConfigMaps, and many more which all go ...

Christian Hernandez

April 26, 2021

How to Configure Okta as An Identity Provider for OpenShift

Prerequisites Okta provides several paid offerings to customers. You can review them on the Okta page. In this tutorial, I am using a developer account with the Okta platform. You can get a trial ...

Pravin Mali

April 20, 2021

Join us at Virtual KubeCon Europe, May 4 - 7

We've got a lot of folks presenting at KubeCon Europe. You've still got plenty of time to register for this great community event focused on Kubernetes and its surrounding ecosystem. It's also where ...

Alex Handy

April 15, 2021

Red Hat Quay 3.5 Is Generally Available

The Quay team at Red Hat is proud to announce that Red Hat Quay 3.5 is generally available as of today. The Quay 3.4 release was announced just back in February and we are looking to get a new Quay ...

Daniel Messer

April 2, 2021

Using HPE Remote Copy Peer Persistence with Red Hat OpenShift and the HPE CSI Operator for Kubernetes

This is a guest post by Chris Snell, Solutions Technical Marketing Engineer  (Containers & Storage Automation), Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Storage Division. For nearly two decades, Hewlett ...

Alex Handy

April 1, 2021

Achieving Accurate Vulnerability and Compliance Scanning for OpenShift Images and Containers

This is a guest post written by NeuVector's Glen Kosaka NeuVector partners with Red Hat to ensure accurate, consistent image vulnerability and compliance scanning results from build to ship to run. ...

Alex Handy

March 23, 2021

Using the NVIDIA GPU Operator to Run Distributed TensorFlow 2.4 GPU Benchmarks in OpenShift 4

Motivation In certain cases, OpenShift 4.x users may want to run large, distributed workloads in the latest version of OpenShift 4.x, especially if their cluster’s bare metal machines’ hardware is ...

Courtney Pacheco

March 18, 2021

Is your Operator Air-Gap Friendly?

Air-gapped environments are those that are physically isolated from other networks, but most importantly isolated from the Internet. No proxies, no jump hosts - nothing. The only way to get data into ...

Adam Goossens

March 16, 2021

A Video Preview of the OpenShift GitOps Kubernetes Operator

  Chris Short and the team have quite a bit of content out there for you to learn from. With everything from customers, to partners to open source contributors, this online TV station ...

Alex Handy

March 3, 2021

OpenShift 4.7: Straight From the Source — OperatorHub Catalog Source UI Enhancements

The OpenShift Web Console’s embedded OperatorHub can be a valuable tool for cluster administrators to find, learn about, and install operators on their clusters. By default, the OperatorHub is ...

Peter Kreuser

March 3, 2021

How to Deploy Operators on Disconnected Environments

Note: The following procedure can also be used to deploy the NVIDIA GPU Operator, since it follows the same prerequisites as the SRO operator. Docs are here. The job of the Performance and Latency ...

Eduardo Arango