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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OpenShift Commons Briefing: Quay v3 Release Update and Road Map

OpenShift Commons Briefing: Quay v3 Release Update and Road Map

  In this briefing, Dirk Herrmann, Red Hat’s Quay Product Manager walks through Quay v3.0’s features, and discusses the road map for future Quay releases, including a progress update on the open sourcing of Quay. Built for storing container images, Quay offers visibility over images themselves, and can be integrated into your CI/CD pipelines and […]

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OpenShift Commons Briefing: OKD4 Release and Road Map Update with Clayton Coleman (Red Hat)

OpenShift Commons Briefing: OKD4 Release and Road Map Update with Clayton Coleman (Red Hat)

In this briefing, Red Hat’s Clayton Coleman, Lead Architect, Containerized Application Infrastructure (OpenShift, Atomic, and Kubernetes) leads a discussion about the current development efforts for OKD4, Fedora CoreOS and Kubernetes in general as well as the philosophy guiding OKD 4 develpoment efforts. The briefing includes discussion of shared community goals for OKD4 and beyond and […]

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Video from KubeCon 2019: Red Hat in Barcelona

Video from KubeCon 2019: Red Hat in Barcelona

From May 21-25, Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage rolled into KubeCon Europe 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, a rare chance to bring different parts of the Red Hat community together from across Europe and the U.S. While there, we took the opportunity to sit down with members of the teams that are shaping the next evolution […]

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Kubernetes 1.15: Enabling the Workloads

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  The last mile for any enterprise IT system is the application. In order to enable those applications to function properly, an entire ecosystem of services, APIs, databases and edge servers must exist. As Carl Sagan once said, “If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe.” To […]

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No Downtime Upgrade for Red Hat Data Grid on Openshift

No Downtime Upgrade for Red Hat Data Grid on Openshift

In a blog post I wrote on the Red Hat Developer’s Blog, I wrote about multiple layers of security available while deploying Red Hat Data Grid on Red Hat Openshift. Another challenging problem I see for customer is performing a no downtime upgrade for Red Hat Data Grid images (published on Red Hat Container Catalog). […]

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Kubernetes Operators Best Practices

Kubernetes Operators Best Practices

Introduction Kubernetes Operators are processes connecting to the master API and watching for events, typically on a limited number of resource types. When a relevant event occurs, the operator reacts and performs a specific action. This may be limited to interacting with the master API only, but will often involve performing some action on some […]

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Pod Evictions based on Taints/Tolerations

Pod Evictions based on Taints/Tolerations

Red Hat OpenShift 4 is making an important and powerful change to the way pod evictions work. OpenShift has transitioned from using node conditions to using a Taint/Toleration based eviction process, which provides individual pods more control over how they are evicted. This new capability was added in Kubernetes 1.12 and enabled in OpenShift 4.1 […]

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