OpenShift Commons Briefing #73: Securing Applications on OpenShift and Kubernetes

Red Hat OpenShift Commons

OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary In this session, Aqua’s Tsvi Korren gives an overview of Aqua’s framework for effective application security in a containerized environment. It begins in the development process as images are built, continuing through assurance of image authorization, and protects running containers. Even in containers, application security still matters. Running applications in containers […]

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Quick and Dirty Block Storage for OpenShift (iSCSI)

Quick and Dirty Block Storage for OpenShift (iSCSI)

Do you have an OpenShift installation, maybe a test cluster, but no fancy storage solution to provide your Persistent Volumes? Most people would turn to NFS for this, but did you know that it’s almost as easy to set up a simple iSCSI server? This blog post will walk through a simple example.

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JFrog Artifactory on OpenShift – a Deployment Guide

JFrog Artifactory on OpenShift - a Deployment Guide

While different tools exist for artifact management, many Red Hat customers utilize JFrog Artifactory as their preferred solution.

Contributing to the close, longstanding partnership with JFrog, Red Hat published a deployment guide describing how to configure and deploy JFrog Artifactory on OpenShift Container Platform.

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Securing Containers on OpenShift with Aqua

Securing Containers on OpenShift with Aqua

Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is one of the popular and mature platforms for developing and managing container deployments. While it has many built-in security features, Aqua provides an additional layer of security both in development as well as for protecting containerized applications in runtime.

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Kubernetes: State and Storage

Kubernetes: State and Storage

I oftentimes hear folks stating that Kubernetes is great for stateless applications but when it comes to stateful applications, questions like: ‘Can it be done?’ or even ‘Should it be done?’ come up frequently. In this post, I’d like to offer a slightly more differentiated point of view and provide you with some resources that might help you dealing with stateful applications.

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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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