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    August 17, 2021

    Application Management in Kubernetes Environments with Helm Charts and Kubernetes Operators

    We always get questions from organizations, and even from within our partner ecosystem, on when to use or build Helm charts and Operators. With an aim to dispel some confusion around these ...

    Jehlum Vitasta Pandit

    August 10, 2021

    Going Global: Improving Operand Visibility for Operators in OpenShift 4.8

    Our latest enhancement made to the OpenShift Web Console’s operator UI focuses on improving the way the console displays operands, specifically for operators that manage “All namespaces.” In ...

    Megan Hall

    August 9, 2021

    The Dawn of OpenShift Sandboxed Containers - Overview

    We are excited to announce that OpenShift sandboxed containers is now available on the OpenShift Container Platform as a technology preview feature. It should come as no surprise that Red Hat has ...

    Adel Zaalouk

    July 7, 2021

    Developing OpenShift Operators in JavaScript/TypeScript

    OpenShift Operators provide full control over the life cycle of complex applications. They use custom resources to define an application’s desired state, and implement controllers that watch those ...

    Guillaume Radde

    June 30, 2021

    Test the New GitLab Operator for OpenShift

    Storing source code, running CI/CD jobs, and DevOps pipelines are core developer workflows. OpenShift and GitLab customers depend on these workflows on top of their OpenShift clusters to get work ...

    Rob Szumski

    June 28, 2021

    What Workloads Do Customers Run on Kubernetes?

    Applications are increasingly built as discrete functional parts, each of which can be delivered as a container. That means for every application, there are more parts to manage. To handle this ...

    Jehlum Vitasta Pandit

    May 20, 2021

    Building an Air-Gap Friendly Operator

    In my last post I covered what you need to consider to build ‘air-gap friendly’ Operators - Operators that deploy and run cleanly in environments with no internet access of any kind. In this post I ...

    Adam Goossens

    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