What’s New in OpenShift 3.4 – Cluster Management

What’s New in OpenShift 3.4 – Cluster Management

By any means you choose to measure, Kubernetes is one of the most popular and comprehensive open source projects in the container space. It is a unique community of individuals and corporations coming together to solve some of the most complex problems in the containerization of cloud native and stateful application services. Red Hat continues to be a thought leader in the community and a company that offers robust and enterprise-ready solutions based on the platform. Today we announce OpenShift Container Platform 3.4! Let Red Hat help you get on a successful path with your container project today.

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OpenShift 3.2 What’s New

OpenShift 3.2 What's New

This week OpenShift raised the bar on what you should expect from a cloud ready container platform. With the release of OpenShift Enterprise 3.2, the product is able to advance developer experience, scale, and operational experience.

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OpenShift Enterprise 3: Evolving PaaS for the Future

OpenShift Enterprise 3: Evolving PaaS for the Future

Today I am pleased to announce the general availability of OpenShift Enterprise 3 by Red Hat. This major release of OpenShift Enterprise (OSE) was driven by the use of innovative open source technologies. Core to this release is the product’s ability to leverage docker formatted containers and Kubernetes orchestration. This will enable users to run containerized JBoss Middleware, multiple programming languages, databases and other modern application runtimes at cloud scale. OpenShift Enterprise 3 offers a DevOps experience that enables developers to automate the application build and deployment process within a secure, enterprise-grade immutable application infrastructure.

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Announcing OpenShift Enterprise 2.2

Announcing OpenShift Enterprise 2.2

Today we announce OpenShift Enterprise 2.2. We released the OpenShift Enterprise 2.0 (OSE) code base back in December of 2013 and had a significant minor release just this past spring when we released OpenShift Enterprise 2.1. The goal and focus of the OSE 2.x product release has revolved around datacenter integration and enterprise workflows.

OSE 2.2 continues the focus of previous minor releases and rounds out the more common datacenter intersection points we have encountered during the many deployments of OpenShift Enterprise in 2014. In this post I’ll cover the major features of this release.

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Announcing OpenShift Enterprise 2.1

Announcing OpenShift Enterprise 2.1

OpenShift Enterprise 2.1 may only be a x.x (minor) release, but it packs in a lot of features that I would not want to miss. Check out the full documentation for the release here.

OpenShift continues to help datacenters find the right balance between next generation cloud architectures and the current needs of the business. It places the focus back on the purpose for technology rather than catering to legacy cost models and boundaries. Unleash your developers while still controlling your datacenter. Find out how your business can be transformed. Request an evaluation of OpenShift Enterprise now.

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