From the Enterprisers Project: What Are Kubernetes Secrets?

From the Enterprisers Project: What Are Kubernetes Secrets?

The Enterprisers Project always has terrific information that can help you and your team communicate those complex cloud computing concepts to the C-levels. This past week, they published an excellent article describing what exactly secrets are in Kubernetes, how to manage them and what security benefits they provide. From the article: Kubernetes Secrets defined, three […]

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Automating Low Code App Deployment on Red Hat OpenShift with the Joget Operator

Automating Low Code App Deployment on Red Hat OpenShift with the Joget Operator

This is a guest post by Julian Khoo, VP Product Development and Co-Founder at Joget Inc.  Julian has almost 20 years of experience in the IT industry, specifically in enterprise software development. He has been involved in the development of various products and platforms in application development, workflow management, content management, collaboration and e-commerce.  As […]

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A Quick Reader Survey

A Quick Reader Survey

If you have the time, we’d appreciate it if you could answer 4 simple questions for us. We’re working to improve the OpenShift blog overall, with the end goal of best serving our readers what they are interested in. Much like a magazine, the more we know who our readers are, the easier it is […]

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Disaster Recovery Strategies for Red Hat OpenShift

Disaster Recovery Strategies for Red Hat OpenShift

This is a guest post written by Gou Rao, CTO of Portworx As increasingly complex applications move to the Red Hat OpenShift platform, IT teams should have disaster recovery (DR) processes in place for business continuity in the face of widespread outages. These are not theoretical concerns. Many industries are subject to regulations that require […]

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IBM is bringing Red Hat OpenShift to Its Platforms

IBM is bringing Red Hat OpenShift to Its Platforms

IBM is fully embracing Red Hat OpenShift. The company recently announced that it will use Red Hat OpenShift as the primary container environment for all its hybrid cloud offerings. This includes IBM Cloud, IBM Cloud Paks running on OpenShift, an entire field of IBM consultants and services people being trained on OpenShift, and OpenShift on […]

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Portworx Enterprise Operator on Red Hat OpenShift

Portworx Enterprise Operator on Red Hat OpenShift

This is a guest blog by Vick Kelkar from Portworx. Vick is a Product person at Portworx. With over 15 years in the technology and software industry, Vick’s focus is on developing new data infrastructure products for platforms like PCF, PKS, Docker, and Kubernetes. Kubernetes adoption initially was powered by stateless applications. As the project […]

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OpenShift Pipelines Tutorial using Tekton

OpenShift Pipelines Tutorial using Tekton

In this video, Daniel Helfand goes through the OpenShift Pipelines tutorial using OpenShift Pipelines version 0.4. The video shows users how to install OpenShift Pipelines via an operator, how to create Kubernetes custom resources based on Tekton, how to use the Tekton CLI, and discusses high-level concepts of Tekton. The result of this video is showing how […]

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Accelerate your OpenShift Network Performance on OpenStack with Kuryr

Accelerate your OpenShift Network Performance on OpenStack with Kuryr

Kuryr and OpenShift on OpenStack OpenShift on OpenStack Many cloud applications are moving to containers while many others are running on virtual instances, leading to the need for containers and VMs to coexist in the same infrastructure.  Red Hat OpenShift running on top of OpenStack covers this use case as an on-prem solution, providing in […]

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An OpenShift Administrator’s Guide to Onboarding Applications

An OpenShift Administrator's Guide to Onboarding Applications

Infrastructure teams managing Red Hat OpenShift often ask me how to effectively onboard applications in production. OpenShift embeds many functionalities in a single product and it is fair to imagine an OpenShift administrator struggling to figure out what sort of conversations his team must have with an application team before successfully running an application on […]

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