OpenShift 4: A NoOps Platform

OpenShift 4: A NoOps Platform

In the previous post I described the goals that helped shape the OpenShift 4 vision.  We want to make the day to day of software operations effortless – for operations teams and for developers.  How do we make that goal – a NoOps platform for operations – a reality? What does “NoOps” mean in this […]

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Assessing App Portfolios for Onboarding to OpenShift

Assessing App Portfolios for Onboarding to OpenShift

Most professionals who’ve spent enough time in the IT industry have seen organizational silos in action. The classic silos are the ones created by Development and Operations organizations; silos we aim to break down through DevOps-style collaboration. But how many organizations pursuing digital transformation are continuing that siloed thinking when it comes to evaluating the […]

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The Modern Software Platform

The Modern Software Platform

This is the first post in an ongoing series which will explore the changes, improvements, and additions we’re planning for the next big release of Red Hat OpenShift, version 4.0. Check in each week for more information that will prepare you for the shift to 4.0. From the time the fledgling Kubernetes community met at […]

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Mounting CIFS Shares in OpenShift

Mounting CIFS Shares in OpenShift

Red Hat OpenShift 3.x supports the use of persistent storage for data that needs to be accessed beyond the lifespan of a container instance. Persistent storage is enabled through a variety of supported plug-ins, including Elastic Block Store (EBS) when operating on Amazon Web Services, Azure File/Disk on the Microsoft Cloud and iSCSI or NFS […]

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Kubernetes Guideposts for 2019

Kubernetes Guideposts for 2019

As we look ahead to 2019, we take a view of the industry of Kubernetes, containers, and cloud platforms. Here are some predictions on what we see ahead. 1. Kubernetes and containers are widely understood. Now it’s time for automated operations, agnostic of the underlying cloud provider. Having been open sourced in 2014 and used […]

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Monitoring OpenShift Health and Application performance in Splunk

Monitoring OpenShift Health and Application performance in Splunk

  This is a guest post by Olga Chernysheva, co-founder of Outcold Solutions. Outcold Solutions provide solutions for monitoring Red Hat OpenShift clusters in Splunk Enterprise and Splunk Cloud. We are helping businesses to reduce complexity related to logging and monitoring by providing an easier-to-use solution. With the power of Splunk Enterprise and Splunk Cloud, […]

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Thanos: long-term storage for your Prometheus Metrics on OpenShift

Thanos: long-term storage for your Prometheus Metrics on OpenShift

Thanos is a project that turns your Prometheus installation into a highly available metric system with unlimited storage capacity. From a very high-level view, it does this by deploying a sidecar to Prometheus, which uploads the data blocks to any object storage. A store component downloads the blocks again and makes them accessible to a […]

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[Podcast] PodCTL – Kube Security, Kube 1.13 and KubeCon

[Podcast] PodCTL  - Kube Security, Kube 1.13 and KubeCon

Heading into the week of KubeCon, we wanted to make sure that listeners had some basics to prepare them for a week of learning and announcements. We discussed the severe Kubernetes bug (Kubernetes Privilege Escalation Flaw) and available patches, all of the new features in Kubernetes 1.13, as some previews of things to expect from […]

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