OpenShift Router Sharding for Production and Development Traffic

OpenShift Router Sharding for Production and Development Traffic

As an OpenShift cluster grows by helping developers deliver features and applications faster, the efficiency of resource use becomes a central concern. Many OpenShift rollouts start with at least two physical clusters, one for development and one for production. While this has the perceived advantage of simplifying the mental model and some administrative aspects, OpenShift’s […]

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Using Ansible Galaxy Roles in Ansible Playbook Bundles

Using Ansible Galaxy Roles in Ansible Playbook Bundles

The Open Service Broker API standard aims to standardize how services (cloud, third-party, on-premise, legacy, etc) are delivered to applications running on cloud platforms like OpenShift. This allows applications to consume services the exact same way no matter on which cloud platform they are deployed. The service broker pluggable architecture enables admins to add third-party […]

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Enhanced OpenShift JBoss AMQ container image for production

AMQ image with secret

As a Solution Architect at Red Hat, I had the opportunity to run an « JBoss AMQ on OpenShift workshop » some weeks ago at a customer site. Working with AMQ for years outside OpenShift and having just played with the containerized version, I was astonished that some features were already there but not documented while some […]

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What OpenShift Online and Dedicated Customers Should Know About the Recent DHCP Vulnerability

Red Hat recently announced information about CVE-2018-1111, a vulnerability in the integration between Network Manager and DHCP present in Red Hat Enterprise Linux. OpenShift Online and Dedicated run on top of RHEL and as such have the vulnerable package installed. However, because each cluster is contained within individual private networks all of the common ways […]

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[Podcast] PodCTL #35 – Kubernetes News & Events

The end of April and early May is the heart of the Spring tradeshow season, and this year it was packed with Kubernetes events and news. We look back at the Kubernetes-related news and trends coming out of Cloud Foundry Summit, KubeCon/CloudNativeCon and Red Hat Summit. The show will always be available on this blog […]

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Partner Spotlight: Couchbase

Partner Spotlight: Couchbase

The OpenShift Partner Spotlight is a recurring series that highlights the integration work our partners have done with OpenShift. This month’s featured partner is Couchbase. Let’s start with an introduction: Name, role, and how long you’ve been with Couchbase? My name is Kevin Holder and I have been with Couchbase for 2.5 years. I am […]

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Introducing NGINX and NGINX Plus Routers for OpenShift

Introducing NGINX and NGINX Plus Routers for OpenShift

Red Hat OpenShift is a container platform built on top of Kubernetes, the leading container orchestration and management system. OpenShift is available both as an open source project, OpenShift Origin, and a commercially supported product, OpenShift Container Platform. OpenShift adds developer and operations-centric tools on top of Kubernetes and extends it with security and other […]

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Leveraging the Crunchy PostgreSQL Operator on OpenShift for Efficient Database Management

Leveraging the Crunchy PostgreSQL Operator on OpenShift for Efficient Database Management

Red Hat OpenShift brings an environment to simplify harnessing the power of Kubernetes for managing a suite of stateless applications, but applications that maintain state (e.g. databases) often require a little bit more work. Often on teams, there are people dedicated to managing the requirements, configurations, deployment for stateful applications in their production environment and […]

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Managing Secrets in OpenShift Containers with CyberArk Conjur and the CyberArk Vault

Introduction The integration between OpenShift and CyberArk Conjur Enterprise simplifies secrets management, strengthens container security and gives organizations the flexibility to more securely deploy enterprise applications at scale. Now organizations using OpenShift can leverage Conjur Enterprise to secure, manage and rotate secrets and other credentials, by securely passing secrets stored in Conjur to applications running […]

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