Automating Low Code App Deployment on Red Hat OpenShift with the Joget Operator

Automating Low Code App Deployment on Red Hat OpenShift with the Joget Operator

This is a guest post by Julian Khoo, VP Product Development and Co-Founder at Joget Inc.  Julian has almost 20 years of experience in the IT industry, specifically in enterprise software development. He has been involved in the development of various products and platforms in application development, workflow management, content management, collaboration and e-commerce.  As […]

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Self-Serviced, End-to-End Encryption for Kubernetes Applications, Part 2:  a Practical Example

Self-Serviced, End-to-End Encryption for Kubernetes Applications, Part 2:  a Practical Example

Introduction In part one of this series, we saw three approaches to fully automate the provisioning of certificates and create end-to-end encryption. Based on feedback from the community suggesting the post was a bit too theoretical and not immediately actionable, this article will illustrate a practical example. You can see a recording of the demo […]

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A Quick Reader Survey

A Quick Reader Survey

If you have the time, we’d appreciate it if you could answer 4 simple questions for us. We’re working to improve the OpenShift blog overall, with the end goal of best serving our readers what they are interested in. Much like a magazine, the more we know who our readers are, the easier it is […]

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Disaster Recovery Strategies for Red Hat OpenShift

Disaster Recovery Strategies for Red Hat OpenShift

This is a guest post written by Gou Rao, CTO of Portworx As increasingly complex applications move to the Red Hat OpenShift platform, IT teams should have disaster recovery (DR) processes in place for business continuity in the face of widespread outages. These are not theoretical concerns. Many industries are subject to regulations that require […]

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IBM is bringing Red Hat OpenShift to Its Platforms

IBM is bringing Red Hat OpenShift to Its Platforms

IBM is fully embracing Red Hat OpenShift. The company recently announced that it will use Red Hat OpenShift as the primary container environment for all its hybrid cloud offerings. This includes IBM Cloud, IBM Cloud Paks running on OpenShift, an entire field of IBM consultants and services people being trained on OpenShift, and OpenShift on […]

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Portworx Enterprise Operator on Red Hat OpenShift

Portworx Enterprise Operator on Red Hat OpenShift

This is a guest blog by Vick Kelkar from Portworx. Vick is a Product person at Portworx. With over 15 years in the technology and software industry, Vick’s focus is on developing new data infrastructure products for platforms like PCF, PKS, Docker, and Kubernetes. Kubernetes adoption initially was powered by stateless applications. As the project […]

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Using Metrics to Guide Container Adoption, Part I

Using Metrics to Guide Container Adoption, Part I

Earlier this year, I wrote about a new approach my team is pursuing to inform our Container Adoption Program. We are using software delivery metrics to help keep organizations aligned and focused, even when those organizations are engaging in multiple workstreams spanning infrastructure, release management, and application onboarding. I talked about starting with a set […]

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OpenShift Persistent Storage with a Spring Boot Example

OpenShift Persistent Storage with a Spring Boot Example

One of the great things about Red Hat OpenShift is the ability to develop both Cloud Native and traditional applications. Often times, when thinking about traditional applications, the first thing that comes to mind is the ability to store things on the file system. This could be media, metadata, or any type of content that […]

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OpenShift 4.1 Bare Metal Install Quickstart

OpenShift 4.1 Bare Metal Install Quickstart

In this blog we will go over how to get you up and running with a Red Hat OpenShift 4.1 Bare Metal install on pre-existing infrastructure. Although this quickstart focuses on the bare metal installer, this can also be seen as a “manual” way to install OpenShift 4.1. Moreover, this is also applicable to installing […]

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Introduction Fedora CoreOS (FCOS) with Benjamin Gilbert and Ben Breard (Red Hat) – OpenShift Commons Briefing

Introduction Fedora CoreOS (FCOS) with Benjamin Gilbert and Ben Breard (Red Hat) - OpenShift Commons Briefing

  Fedora CoreOS is the new container-centric operating system from the Fedora community and Red Hat. In this briefing, Benjamin Gilbert, Fedora CoreOS technical lead, and Ben Breard, product manager, describe how Fedora CoreOS supports immutable infrastructure to make clusters easier to manage and also discuss future development plans, including integration with OKD. Fedora CoreOS […]

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