[Podcast] PodCTL #18 – Microsoft in the Kubernetes Ecosystem

[Podcast] PodCTL #18 - Microsoft in the Kubernetes Ecosystem

This past week was the KubeCon / CloudNativeCon event in Austin, TX, the premier Kubernetes even in the industry. We had the opportunity to sit down withGabe Monroy (@gabrtv, Lead Product Manager Containers @ Azure, CNCF Board Member) to discuss the various areas where Microsoft is working with the Kubernetes ecosystem to create tools and […]

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Intel and Red Hat New Baremetal OpenShift Reference Architecture

Intel and Red Hat New Baremetal OpenShift Reference Architecture

Intel and Red Hat have a long history of contribution on open source projects and have jointly and independently worked upstream to fine-tune orchestration tools, application services, and language runtimes for peak performance on Intel Architecture. Today we are excited to announce our newest joint effort, an Intel reference architecture for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, which packages many of these optimizations and streamlines their deployment.

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[Podcast] PodCTL #17 – Kubernetes Everywhere, now what…

[Podcast] PodCTL #17 - Kubernetes Everywhere, now what...

As we move into the final month of the year, we’re staying very busy with important industry conferences – both AWS re:Invent and CNCF/KubeCon/OpenShift Commons. This week we look at the recent container and Kubernetes announcements from AWS re:Invent, including their Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) and planned Fargate service . We also look ahead to […]

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Using AWS and OpenShift Together

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At Red Hat Summit of this year, Amazon Web Services and Red Hat announced that we’d be natively integrating access to AWS cloud services into the OpenShift platform. Our first delivery towards that promise arrives this week with the release of OpenShift Container Platform 3.7. Users can now access AWS services from within OpenShift seamlessly from a single platform. Operations can administer AWS services and developers can easily find, bind, and consume those services within their applications in a truly hybrid-cloud environment.

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