Hybrid cloud blog

September 17, 2021

Ask an OpenShift Admin Office Hour - Bring Windows nodes to OpenShift

Red Hat OpenShift can run and manage both Linux and Windows containers from one platform, so you're able to move Windows containers to OpenShift without needing to completely re-architect or write ...

Andrew Sullivan

July 1, 2021

Strategies for Moving .NET Workloads to OpenShift Container Platform

Introduction Enterprises have saved costs, unlocked developer productivity, embraced CI/CD, and built scalable apps on modern environments using Linux containers and open source technologies. There ...

Anandnatraj Chandramohan

June 28, 2021

Windows Containers on Red Hat OpenShift: Does That Make Sense?

For a long time, Red Hat has been establishing Linux as the main operating system for Containers. In the past, you would hear Red Hat “Containers are Linux.” But now Red Hat is also bringing Windows ...

Giovanni Fontana

June 14, 2021

Run .Net code on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform on Mac OS

This post teaches you to create a simple Hello World .Net 5 application and run it on a local instance of Red Hat OpenShift AKA Code Ready Containers. See how easy it is to get started with ...

Paul Lucas

March 24, 2021

Creating a Windows Base Image for OpenShift

Creating a Windows image and making it ready for OpenShift Virtualization requires  installing and configuring several services and drivers.. This should be repeated each time you have  a new update ...

Eran Ifrach

March 2, 2021

OpenShift 4.7: Windows Container Support for Red Hat OpenShift on vSphere

Back in December, we announced that Windows Container support for Red Hat OpenShift became generally available. This was made possible by the Windows MachineConfig Operator (WMCO), which acts as an ...

Christian Hernandez

February 19, 2021

OpenShift Administrator’s Office Hour - Windows Containers

This week Christian Hernandez, Technical Marketing Manager for Red Hat Cloud Platforms Business Unit, joined the live stream to show off Windows containers in OpenShift. Currently available as a ...

Andrew Sullivan

December 16, 2020

Announcing Windows Container Support for Red Hat OpenShift

UPDATED 12/18/2020: Red Hat OpenShift support for Windows Containers is now generally available (GA) and the Windows Machine Config Operator should now appear in the Operator Hub for OpenShift ...

Anandnatraj Chandramohan

November 19, 2020

How to Modernize Virtualized Workloads

The eternal struggle of application development is choosing to pay down technical debt or adding new features. Why not both! This article explores modernization strategies enabled by OpenShift ...

Arvin Amirian

November 2, 2020

Take a Dip into Windows Containers with OpenShift 4.6

Windows Operating System in a container? Who would have thought?!? If you asked me that question a few years back, I would have told you with conviction that it would never happen! But if you ask me ...

Michael Calizo

October 27, 2020

Announcing the Community Windows Machine Config Operator on OpenShift 4.6

Running Windows workloads on Red Hat OpenShift has been a regular request from numerous customers over the years. Given Windows Server enjoys a significant presence in the server operating system ...

Aravindh Puthiyaparambil, Gabriel Markley & Anand Chandramohan

August 18, 2020

Create Windows VMs inside OpenShift with OpenShift Virtualization and OpenShift Container Storage

    When migrating workloads which have previously been running on VMs, or bare metal servers to OpenShift, you sometimes discover that not everything from the architecture is able to seamlessly be ...

Chris Blum