OpenShift 4.3: Spoofing a User

OpenShift 4.3: Spoofing a User

Imagine you’re a cluster administrator managing a huge number of users. A user reaches out to you with a problem: “My console is broken.” There’s seemingly an infinite number of possible explanations for why this user can’t access the console. However, you can’t see their system and they have difficulty explaining what the console is […]

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OpenShift 4.3: User Management Improvements

OpenShift 4.3: User Management Improvements

The Red Hat OpenShift Web Console has always strived to be the easiest way to interact with OpenShift resources, and in version 4.3 we’ve added more capabilities around viewing and editing user management resources. Dedicated pages to view Users and Groups for the cluster have been added, allowing cluster admins to easily see who has […]

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Deploy PostgreSQL in OpenShift backed by OpenShift Container Storage

> Note: This scenario assumes you already have an OpenShift cluster or have followed the instructions in the Deploying OpenShift Container Storage 4 to OpenShift 4 Blog to set up an OpenShift Container Platform 4.2.14+ cluster using OpenShift Container Storage 4. 1. Overview PostgreSQL has been the fastest growing open source RDBMS over the past […]

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OpenShift 4.3: Quay Container Security Integration

OpenShift 4.3: Quay Container Security Integration

Overview In the Red Hat OpenShift 4.2 Web UI Console, we introduced a new Cluster Overview Dashboard as the landing page when users first log in. The dashboard is there to help users resolve issues more efficiently and maintain a healthy cluster. With the latest 4.3 release, we added an image security section to the […]

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Configure the OpenShift Image Registry backed by OpenShift Container Storage

Configure the OpenShift Image Registry backed by OpenShift Container Storage

1. Requirements Note: This scenario supposes you already have Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 running inside your Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 4 environment. Alternatively, follow the instructions in the Deploying OpenShift Container Storage 4 to OpenShift 4 Blog to set up an OpenShift Container Platform 4.2.14+ cluster using OpenShift Container Storage 4. In […]

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Deploying your storage backend using OpenShift Container Storage 4

Deploying your storage backend using OpenShift Container Storage 4

1. Overview This Blog is for both system administrators and application developers interested in learning how to deploy and manage Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4 (OCS). This Blog outlines how you will be using OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) 4.2.14+ and the OCS operator to deploy Ceph and the Multi-Cloud Object Gateway as a persistent […]

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OpenShift Container Storage 4: Introduction to Ceph

OpenShift Container Storage 4: Introduction to Ceph

This Blog will go through Ceph fundamental knowledge for a better understanding of the underlying storage solution used by Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage 4. > Note: This content is relevant to learning about the critical components of Ceph and how Ceph works. OpenShift Container Storage 4 uses Ceph in a prescribed manner for providing […]

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Introducing Multi-Cloud Object Gateway for OpenShift

Introducing Multi-Cloud Object Gateway for OpenShift

The Multi-Cloud Object Gateway is a new data federation service introduced in OpenShift Container Storage 4.2. The technology is based on the NooBaa project, which was acquired by Red Hat in November 2018, and open sourced recently. More information can be found here https://github.com/noobaa/noobaa-operator. The Multi-Cloud Object Gateway has an object interface with an S3 […]

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