OperatorHub.io Operator Round-Up

OperatorHub.io Operator Round-Up

In the few short weeks since Operator Hub launched, there have been many additions to the site’s trove of Kubernetes Operators. They offer services for your Kubernetes cluster ranging from etcd and CockroachDB, to Jaeger Tracing and Dynatrace. Like spring flowers, Operators have popped up from the open source community soil. We wanted to gather […]

Read More...

Backup OpenShift Resources the Native Way

Backup OpenShift Resources the Native Way

The age old question from an operations perspective is: ‘Do we have a backup strategy for the company?’  If the answer is yes, then we would also ask ‘does that strategy include accommodations for emerging technologies such as Kubernetes?’ We believe this question comes to bear in a couple of different ways when it pertains […]

Read More...

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 […]

Read More...

How and Why We’re Changing Deployment Topology in OpenShift 4

How and Why We’re Changing Deployment Topology in OpenShift 4

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 […]

Read More...

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 […]

Read More...

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 […]

Read More...

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 […]

Read More...

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, […]

Read More...