Kubernetes 1.7 Is Just Around the Corner: Attend Upcoming Openshift Commons Briefing with Clayton Coleman 6/28

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Mark your calendars for this important OpenShift Commons Briefing. Kubernetes 1.7 is on target for an end of June release and it’s time for an overview and update from Red Hat’s Clayton Coleman on the many new features and functions that are included in this release and to find out what the impact will be on your organization’s OpenShift and Kubernetes deployments.

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Red Hat Announces Next OpenShift Commons Gathering December 5 in Austin, Texas

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The OpenShift Commons Gathering will bring together the brightest technical minds to discuss the future of OpenShift and its related upstream open source projects. With OpenShift Container Platform quickly gaining adoption around the world, the OpenShift Commons Gathering will feature talks from upstream project leads, thought leaders from Red Hat, Google, Amazon, and more.

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OpenShift Commons Briefing #76: Security Practices in OpenShift Container Platform at Amadeus

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In this briefing, Amadeus’ Nenad Bogojevic describes security mechanisms and protections related to Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform and Amadeus’ experiences deploying and using OpenShift. The discussion covers security mechanisms, such as user and network access control and policies in OpenShift and underlying Openstack, the audit trail of administrative actions, ways to use and protect Kubernetes secrets, as well as some best practices for Docker containers.

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AWS and Red Hat – Digging a Little Deeper

AWS and Red Hat - Digging a Little Deeper

Hopefully by now, you have either seen the Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Red Hat alliance keynote or at least read the press release. Some highlights in case you missed it:

* AWS cloud services integrated with Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform to enable hybrid deployments.
* Joint support path for applications using Openshift with integrations to AWS.
* Collaboration on Kubernetes to make OpenShift run more efficiently on AWS.
* Enhanced Red Hat Enterprise Linux optimizations for AWS.

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The Next Generation of Red Hat OpenShift Online is Here

The Next Generation of Red Hat OpenShift Online is Here

Today we announce the initial availability of the next generation of Red Hat OpenShift Online, a cloud-based container platform that enables developers to build, deploy, host, and scale container-based applications. OpenShift Online can dramatically improve developer performance by providing a ready, easy to use container-based platform from any web browser, IDE, and command line – with support for local development. Re-engineered to be built on the same powerful and agile technology as Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, OpenShift Online is one of the first multi-tenant cloud application platforms powered by docker-format containers and Kubernetes-based container orchestration.

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Enhancing your Builds on OpenShift: Chaining Builds

Enhancing your Builds on OpenShift: Chaining Builds

In addition to the typical scenario of using source code as the input to a build, OpenShift build capabilities provides another build input type called “Image source”, that will stream content from one image (source) into another (destination).

Using this, we can combine source from one or multiple source images. And we can pass one or multiple files and/or folders from a source image to a destination image. Once the destination image has been built it will be pushed into the registry (or an external registry), and will be ready to be deployed.

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