Upcoming Silicon Valley OpenShift Commons Gathering, March 11 on Operating at Scale with Speakers Google, Facebook, Uber, Red Hat and Rook

Upcoming Silicon Valley OpenShift Commons Gathering, March 11 on Operating at Scale with Speakers Google, Facebook, Uber, Red Hat and Rook

Check out the packed Agenda for the OpenShift Commons Gathering in Santa Clara on March 11th! The OpenShift Commons Gathering on “Operating at Scale” will feature speakers from Uber, Google, Facebook, Rook.io and Red Hat. The OpenShift Commons Gathering brings together experts from all over the world to discuss the container technologies, operators, the operator framework,  […]

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OpenShift 4: A NoOps Platform

OpenShift 4: A NoOps Platform

In the previous post I described the goals that helped shape the OpenShift 4 vision.  We want to make the day to day of software operations effortless – for operations teams and for developers.  How do we make that goal – a NoOps platform for operations – a reality? What does “NoOps” mean in this […]

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Re-Imagining Virtualization with Kubernetes and KubeVirt – Part II

Re-Imagining Virtualization with Kubernetes and KubeVirt - Part II

KubeVirt – Traditional Virtualization with the New Kubernetes Previously, in Part I of this blog series, we introduced the idea that KubeVirt is about balance: Mature virtualization features and concepts, yet Kubernetes philosophy and semantics. Pods and containers disappear when stopped. Virtual machines have a life cycle and their configurations persist so they can be […]

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Assessing App Portfolios for Onboarding to OpenShift

Assessing App Portfolios for Onboarding to OpenShift

Most professionals who’ve spent enough time in the IT industry have seen organizational silos in action. The classic silos are the ones created by Development and Operations organizations; silos we aim to break down through DevOps-style collaboration. But how many organizations pursuing digital transformation are continuing that siloed thinking when it comes to evaluating the […]

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Deploying HA MongoDB on OpenShift using Portworx

Deploying HA MongoDB 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 a […]

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About the February 2019 Cri-O / RunC / Docker vulnerability

What OpenShift Online and OpenShift Dedicated customers should know about the recently announced vulnerability of runc/docker/CRI-O On February 11th, 2019, details of a vulnerability that researchers have confirmed is present on certain versions of runc (impacting docker and CRI-O) was published.  These tools are deployed as part of the OpenShift product and impact the Red […]

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Introducing a New Way to Try Red Hat OpenShift Online Pro

Introducing a New Way to Try Red Hat OpenShift Online Pro

Red Hat OpenShift Online hosting has been available since 2011, and to date, well over 4 million applications have been launched on OpenShift Online. This service has been available in two tiers: the free Starter plan and the paid Pro plan. Both services offered the same OpenShift experience, with the Starter plan geared toward developers […]

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OpenShift Protects against Nasty Container Exploit

OpenShift Protects against Nasty Container Exploit

Have you ever done something that was difficult for you to do, but you did it anyway because you cared about the people it would affect? Maybe it was something people honestly forgot you were even doing because you have been doing it for so long? This week I would like to pause and say […]

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The Modern Software Platform

The Modern Software Platform

This is the first post in an ongoing series which will explore the changes, improvements, and additions we’re planning for the next big release of Red Hat OpenShift, version 4.0. Check in each week for more information that will prepare you for the shift to 4.0. From the time the fledgling Kubernetes community met at […]

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What’s the Difference Between OpenShift and Kubernetes?

What's the Difference Between OpenShift and Kubernetes?

Over on the Red Hat Blog, Brian “redbeard” Harrington has laid out an excellent new post explaining just how Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift and OKD all relate to one another. From his post: At CoreOS we considered Kubernetes to be the “kernel” of distributed systems. We recognized that a well designed job scheduler, operating across […]

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