OpenShift 4 ISV Operators

In Red Hat OpenShift 4, the Operator Hub provides access to community and certified operators that facilitate the deployment and configuration of potentially complex applications. In this video, we take a look at creating and scaling a Couchbase cluster using the operator shipped with OpenShift 4.

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Deploying HA PostgreSQL on OpenShift using Portworx

Deploying HA PostgreSQL on OpenShift using Portworx

This is a guest post written by Gou Rao, CTO and Co-Founder of Portworx, leading the company’s technology, market, and solution execution strategy. Previously Gou was the CTO of Data Protection at Dell, in charge of the technical direction, strategy and architecture. Portworx is a cloud native storage platform to run persistent workloads deployed on […]

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OpenShift All-in-One (AIO) for Labs and Fun

OpenShift All-in-One (AIO) for Labs and Fun

DISCLAIMER: THE ALL-IN-ONE (AIO) OCP DEPLOYMENT IS AN UNSUPPORTED OCP 3.11.x CONFIGURATION INTENDED FOR TESTING OR DEMO PURPOSES. A common request from customers is how to run the actual Red Hat OpenShift  Container Platform (OCP) bits in a single node. This request often comes from customers that need to support training environments, dedicated single-user development […]

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Kubeflow on OpenShift

Kubeflow on OpenShift

(Image source opensource.com) Kubeflow is an open source project that provides Machine Learning (ML) resources on Kubernetes clusters. Kubernetes is evolving to be the hybrid solution for deploying complex workloads on private and public clouds. A fast growing use case is using Kubernetes as the deployment platform of choice for machine learning. Infrastructure engineers will […]

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Exploring a Metrics-Driven Approach to Transformation

Exploring a Metrics-Driven Approach to Transformation

My team has been working with organizations adopting containers, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift for more than three years now. When we started providing professional services around enterprise Kubernetes, it became clear we needed a program-level framework for adopting containers that spelled out the activities of multiple project teams. Some participants would be focused on […]

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Save the Date: OpenShift Commons Gathering at Red Hat Summit announces speakers from NASA, Volkswagen, Microsoft Azure and Eli Lilly

Save the Date: OpenShift Commons Gathering at Red Hat Summit announces speakers from NASA, Volkswagen, Microsoft Azure and Eli Lilly

Check out the packed Agenda for the OpenShift Commons Gathering in Boston on May 6th! The OpenShift Commons Gathering will feature speakers from NASA, Volkswagen, Microsoft Azure and Red Hat’s CEO Jim Whitehurst. The OpenShift Commons Gathering at Red Hat Summit brings together experts from all over the world to discuss the container technologies, operators, the […]

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Considerations on OpenShift PKIs and Certificates

Considerations on OpenShift PKIs and Certificates

OpenShift features several Public Key Infrastructures (PKIs) that manage certificates for specific purposes. To help deploy OpenShift more securely, it’s necessary to know what each of these infrastructures does and how to best configure them. Note that the information discussed in this article refers to OpenShift 3.x and it is subject to change in the […]

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OpenShift Commons Briefing: Introduction to MLFlow on OpenShift – Mani Parkhe (Databricks) and Zak Hassan (Red Hat)

  In this OpenShift Commons Briefing, DataBricks‘ Mani Parkhe gave an excellant introduction to MLFlow, an open source platform to manage the Machine Learning lifecycle, including experimentation, reproducibility and deployment. MLFlow currently has three components: MLflow Tracking – Record and query experiments: code, data, config, and results. MLflow Projects -Packaging format for reproducible runs on […]

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How and Why We’re Changing Deployment Topology in OpenShift 4.0

How and Why We’re Changing Deployment Topology in OpenShift 4.0

Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is changing the way that clusters are installed, and the way those resulting clusters are structured. When the Kubernetes project began, there were no extension mechanisms. Over the last four-plus years, we have devoted significant effort to producing extension mechanisms, and they are now mature enough for us build systems […]

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