From the Enterprisers Project: 6 CI/CD Pitfalls to avoid

From the Enterprisers Project: 6 CI/CD Pitfalls to avoid

One of the great benefits of building out your container native infrastructure is enabling continuous integration and continuous deployment. As teams struggle to push out more features faster, having a reliable, quick-provisioned environment for build and test activities is table stakes. You cannot perform 20 builds in an eight hour work day if each build […]

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Automatically Update Red Hat Container Images on OpenShift 3.11

Automatically Update Red Hat Container Images on OpenShift 3.11

Red Hat OpenShift manages container images using a registry. This is the place where it caches upstream container images and stores the images from your own builds as well. Each build or container image correlates to an ImageStream, which is an object that defines any number of related images by tags. For example, one specific […]

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Combining Federation V2 and Istio Multicluster

Combining Federation V2 and Istio Multicluster

In a previous post, we saw how to leverage Istio Multicluster to deploy an application (bookinfo) on multiple Red Hat OpenShift clusters and apply mesh policies on all of the deployed services. We also saw that the deployment process was relatively complex. In this post we are going to see how Federation V2 can help […]

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Controlling Namespace Configurations

In the Kubernetes namespace model, the high-level idea is that a development team is given access to a namespace. Within the confines of that sandbox, they have the freedom to perform any action they desire. There are, however, a set of namespaced objects whose ownership is not so immediately clear. For example, while it’s obvious […]

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Kubernetes Guideposts for 2019

Kubernetes Guideposts for 2019

As we look ahead to 2019, we take a view of the industry of Kubernetes, containers, and cloud platforms. Here are some predictions on what we see ahead. 1. Kubernetes and containers are widely understood. Now it’s time for automated operations, agnostic of the underlying cloud provider. Having been open sourced in 2014 and used […]

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Monitoring OpenShift Health and Application performance in Splunk

Monitoring OpenShift Health and Application performance in Splunk

  This is a guest post by Olga Chernysheva, co-founder of Outcold Solutions. Outcold Solutions provide solutions for monitoring Red Hat OpenShift clusters in Splunk Enterprise and Splunk Cloud. We are helping businesses to reduce complexity related to logging and monitoring by providing an easier-to-use solution. With the power of Splunk Enterprise and Splunk Cloud, […]

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Developing applications on OpenShift in an easier way

Developing applications on OpenShift in an easier way

Have you ever developed applications on a platform like Red Hat OpenShift? I’m a Java developer with more than 15 years of coding experience, and while I’ve been working with OpenShift for over three years now, I never found it easy to use or compelling as a day to day development platform. Why? There are […]

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Kubernetes Federation V2 on OpenShift 3.11

Kubernetes Federation V2 on OpenShift 3.11

With datacenters spread across the globe, users are increasingly looking at ways to spread their applications and services across multiple locales or clusters. This need is driven by multiple use cases: from providing high availability, spreading load across multiple clusters while being resilient to individual cluster failures; to avoiding provider lock-in by using hybrid cloud […]

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Istio Multicluster on OpenShift

Istio Multicluster on OpenShift

Istio Multicluster is a feature of Istio–the basis of Red Hat OpenShift Service Mesh–that allows for the extension of the service mesh across multiple Kubernetes or Red Hat OpenShift clusters. The primary goal of this feature is to enable control of services deployed across multiple clusters with a single control plane. The main requirement for […]

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