Citrix ADC in OpenShift Service Mesh

Citrix ADC in OpenShift Service Mesh

This is a guest post by Dhiraj Gedam, Principal Software Engineer, Citrix Systems. Citrix is proud and thankful to achieve Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification. Operators enable users to deploy and manage resources in an OpenShift environment in an easier and more simplified manner. This blog post talks about various benefits of Citrix Cloud Native […]

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OpenShift 4.3: New Improved Topology View

OpenShift 4.3: New Improved Topology View

The topology view in the Red Hat OpenShiftConsole’s Developer’s Perspective provides a visual representation of the application structure. It helps developers to clearly identify one resource type from the other, as well as understand the overall communication dynamics within the application.  Launched with the 4.2 release of OpenShift, topology view has already earned a spotlight […]

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How to deploy IBM Blockchain Platform on Red Hat OpenShift

How to deploy IBM Blockchain Platform on Red Hat OpenShift

IBM recently announced a new version of the IBM Blockchain Platform (v2.1.0) which is optimized and certified to deploy on Red Hat OpenShift. This offering is well-suited for organizations who need to store a copy of the ledger and run workloads on their own infrastructure, meet specific data residency requirements, or deploy blockchain components in multi-cloud or […]

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OCS 4.2 in OCP 4.2.14 – UPI installation in RHV

OCS 4.2 in OCP 4.2.14 - UPI installation in RHV

When OCS 4.2 GA was released last month, I was thrilled to finally test and deploy it in my lab. I read the documentation and saw that only vSphere and AWS installations were currently supported. My lab is installed in an RHV environment following the UPI Bare Metal documentation so, in the beginning, I was […]

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OpenShift 4.3: Deploying Applications in the OpenShift 4.3 Developer Perspective

OpenShift 4.3: Deploying Applications in the OpenShift 4.3 Developer Perspective

Deploying applications In this article, we will take a look at improvements in the user flows to deploy applications in OpenShift 4.3 Developer Perspective. You can learn more about all the improvements in the OpenShift 4.3 release here. Since the initial launch of the Developer Perspective in the 4.2 release of OpenShift, we’ve had frequent […]

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Introduction to Customer Empathy Workshops

Introduction to Customer Empathy Workshops

Illustrated by: Mary Shakshober Product feedback from users goes a long way. It’s why Red Hat’s OpenShift Web Console UI is as awesome as it is today. Features like Dashboards and Topology were added because of user feedback—and that’s how we plan on enhancing the console even further. One thing’s for sure: The path to […]

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How Omnitracs Transformed to a DevOps Culture with OpenShift

Omnitracs has taken an interesting road to get to its current position as a leader in fleet management software for logistics and transportation companies. Their SaaS-based offering allows companies to track, monitor, and bring into compliance all of their trucks and shipping vehicles around the globe from one system. But just because Omnitracs users were […]

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OpenShift 4.3: The Project Launcher

OpenShift 4.3: The Project Launcher

In Red Hat OpenShift 4.2, we introduced a number of new console customization features, including ConsoleNotifications, ConsoleExternalLogLinks, ConsoleLinks, and ConsoleCLIDownloads. New in 4.3, the ConsoleLink feature has been extended to cover even more use cases. In addition to the User Menu, Help Menu, and Application Menu, users can now add links to specific project dashboards. […]

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OpenShift 4.3: Alertmanager Configuration

OpenShift 4.3: Alertmanager Configuration

Alerts are only useful if you know about them. That’s why we’re working on adding features to Red Hat OpenShift to make it easier for you to find out about potential problems and solve them before they become incidents. The new cluster overview dashboard is great for looking at the status of a cluster. But […]

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