Multicluster Management and GitOps Workshop

Multicluster Management and GitOps Workshop

Illustrated by: Mary Shakshober The second workshop in our Customer Empathy Workshop series was held during KubeCon San Diego 2019 and was focused on multicluster management and GitOps. We collaborated with Red Hat OpenShift customers from six different companies ranging from finance to energy to manufacturing.  Over the course of 2.5 hours, we learned about […]

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The OpenShift Troubleshooting Workshop

The OpenShift Troubleshooting Workshop

Illustrated by: Mary Shakshober The first workshop in our Customer Empathy Workshop series was held October 28, 2019 during the AI/ML (Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning) OpenShift Commons event in San Francisco. We collaborated with 5 Red Hat OpenShift customers for 2 hours on the topic of troubleshooting. We learned about the challenges faced by […]

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OpenShift 4.3: Console Customization: YAML Samples

OpenShift 4.3: Console Customization: YAML Samples

In Red Hat OpenShift 4.2 we introduced OpenShift Console customization via CRDs. Now, for OpenShift 4.3, we have extended the customization abilities to allow users to add their own YAML sample to a Kubernetes resource. These YAML sample will appear in a sidebar on the creation page for any Kube resource: Out of the box, […]

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IBM and Red Hat bring OpenShift to IBM Z and LinuxONE

IBM and Red Hat bring OpenShift to IBM Z and LinuxONE

One of the things we often assume with the Red Hat OpenShift platform, and with Kubernetes in general, is that our users have computing needs that always fit inside a standard cloud node. While this is definitely the case for most cloud-based applications, there are plenty of non-JavaScript-and-Redis style applications out there that still need […]

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What Matters Most to OpenShift Users?

What Matters Most to OpenShift Users?

Using the Top Tasks method Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform has a broad set of powerful functions available to users as soon as it’s deployed. Providing so many functions within OpenShift poses a challenge to the OpenShift User Experience Design (UXD) team. Which functions and tasks are the most important to our users? What aspects […]

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From The Enterprisers Project: 4 Facts about Kubernetes Operators

From The Enterprisers Project: 4 Facts about Kubernetes Operators

The Enterprisers Project ran a story last week that delves into some of the lesser known qualities of Kubernetes Operators. Read the whole thing here. From the article: 3. Kubernetes Operators aren’t just for databases A (very) brief history of Kubernetes Operators goes something like this: In its early days, Kubernetes was considered a great […]

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Building RHEL based containers on Azure Red Hat OpenShift

Building RHEL based containers on Azure Red Hat OpenShift

Red Hat Summit 2020 is fast approaching, and if you missed it last year, you would have also missed Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and former Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst announcing Red Hat and Microsoft’s first joint offering: Azure Red Hat OpenShift (ARO). Azure Red Hat OpenShift (ARO) is a fully managed service of Red […]

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Advanced Network customizations for OpenShift Install

Advanced Network customizations for OpenShift Install

Each organization has its own unique IT environment, and sometimes it will not fit within the network configuration which Red Hat OpenShift sets by default. Thus, it becomes essential to customize the installation for the target environment. In this blog we are going to showcase how to do the advanced network related customization and configuration […]

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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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