Modern continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline for traditional provisioning: Your questions answered (Part 1)

Modern continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline for traditional provisioning: Your questions answered (Part 1)

During a recent webinar titled, “Modern continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline for traditional provisioning,” we received a lot of interest and many questions regarding the topic. Some of the questions were coming in at a very rapid rate and we were not able to address them all. As a followup to our webinar, we have […]

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KubeVirt Joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation

KubeVirt Joins Cloud Native Computing Foundation

This month the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) formally adopted KubeVirt into the CNCF Sandbox. KubeVirt allows you to provision, manage and run virtual machines from and within Kubernetes. In joining the CNCF Sandbox, KubeVirt now has a more substantial platform to grow as well as educate the CNCF community on the use cases for […]

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Kubernetes 1.16: A big step for CRDs, kubectl and Container Storage Interface

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This week Kubernetes 1.16 is expected and we want to highlight the technical features that enterprise Kubernetes users should know about. With Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) moving into official general availability, storage improvements, and more, this release hardens the project and celebrates the main extension points for building cloud native applications on Kubernetes. CRDs to […]

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OpenShift 4.2 Disconnected Install

OpenShift 4.2 Disconnected Install

In a previous blog, it was announced that Red Hat is making the OpenShift nightly builds available to everyone. This gives users a chance to test upcoming features before their general availability. One of the features planned for OpenShift 4.2 is the ability to perform an install in a restricted environment with limited access to […]

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OpenShift 4.2 on Azure Preview

OpenShift 4.2 on Azure Preview

Introduction In this blog we will be showing a video on how to get Red Hat OpenShift 4 installed on Microsoft Azure using the full stack automated method.. This method differs from the pre-existing infrastructure method, as the full stack automation gets your from zero to a full OpenShift deployment, creating all the required infrastructure […]

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OpenShift Scale-CI: Part 1 – Evolution

OpenShift Scale-CI: Part 1 - Evolution

If you’ve played around with Kubernetes or Red Hat OpenShift, which is an enterprise ready version of Kubernetes for production environments, the following questions may have occurred to you: How large can we scale our OpenShift-based applications in our environments? What are the cluster limits? How can we plan our environment according to object limits? […]

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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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OpenShift 4.1 Bare Metal Install Quickstart

OpenShift 4.1 Bare Metal Install Quickstart

In this blog we will go over how to get you up and running with a Red Hat OpenShift 4.1 Bare Metal install on pre-existing infrastructure. Although this quickstart focuses on the bare metal installer, this can also be seen as a “manual” way to install OpenShift 4.1. Moreover, this is also applicable to installing […]

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Kubernetes: The Video Game

Kubernetes: The Video Game

Grant Shipley was recently in China for KubeCon, where he gave a keynote talk explaining the Kubernetes ecosystem within the context of Video Games. It’s a fun way to examine the entire world of Kubernetes, from end to end, while also enabling Grant to make Mavis Beacon and Commodore 64 references. Take a gander!

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