Guide to Installing an OKD 4.4 Cluster on your Home Lab

Guide to Installing an OKD 4.4 Cluster on your Home Lab

  Take OKD 4, the Community Distribution of Kubernetes that powers Red Hat OpenShift, for a test drive on your Home Lab.  Craig Robinson at East Carolina University has created an excellent blog explaining how to install OKD 4.4 in your home lab! What is OKD? OKD is the upstream community-supported version of the Red […]

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Accessing CodeReady Containers on a Remote Server

While installing an OpenShift cluster on a cloud isn’t difficult, the old school developer in me wants as much of my environment as possible to be in my house and fully under my control. I have some spare hardware in my basement that I wanted to use as an OpenShift 4 installation, but not enough […]

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Red Hat OpenShift 4 and Red Hat Virtualization: Together at Last

Red Hat OpenShift 4 and Red Hat Virtualization: Together at Last

OpenShift 4 was launched not quite a year ago at Red Hat Summit 2019.  One of the more significant announcements was the ability for the installer to deploy an OpenShift cluster using full-stack automation.  This means that the administrator only needs to provide credentials to a supported Infrastructure-as-a-Service, such as AWS, and the installer would […]

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OpenShift Commons Briefing: Workload Consistency During Ceph Updates and Adding New Storage Devices with Red Hat’s Sagy Volkov

This is the second briefing of the “All Things Data” series of OpenShift Commons briefings. Future briefings are Tuesdays at 8:00am PST, so reach out with any topics you’re interested in and remember to bookmark the OpenShift Commons Briefing calendar! In this second briefing for the “All Things Data” OpenShift Commons series, Red Hat’s Sagy […]

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Red Hat OpenShift Installation Process Experiences on IBM Z/LinuxONE

Red Hat OpenShift Installation Process Experiences on IBM Z/LinuxONE

OpenShift stands out as a leader with a security-focused, supported Kubernetes platform—including a foundation based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. But we already knew all that, the game changer for OpenShift, is the release of OCP version 4.x: OpenShift 4 is powered by Kubernetes Operators and Red Hat’s commitment to full-stack security, so you can […]

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OpenShift Commons Briefing: JupyterHub on-demand (and other tools) with Red Hat’s Guillaume Moutier and Landon LaSmith

Welcome to the first briefing of the “All Things Data” series of OpenShift Commons briefings. We’ll be holding future briefings on Tuesdays at 8:00am PST, so reach out with any topics you’re interested in and remember to bookmark the OpenShift Commons Briefing calendar! In this first briefing for the “All Things Data” OpenShift Commons series, […]

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