PodCTL #53 – The Internal Build vs Buy Discussion

PodCTL #53 - The Internal Build vs Buy Discussion

This week we had a great listener question that went something like this: “I work at a large company and we currently run a production Kubernetes (vendor-centric) environment. Some other groups in our company have some homegrown platforms that do similar functionality. How do we convince those other groups to work more closely with us, […]

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We’ve Got a Few Questions For You…

We've Got a Few Questions For You...

At Red Hat, we’re always looking for ways to hear from our customers, and to include that feedback into our offerings. When we combine your thoughts with those coming from the upstream communities, we can assemble a more comprehensive vision of what people like about our software and what we can improve. This philosophy extends […]

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Knative: Building your Serverless Service

Knative: Building your Serverless Service

This is part 2 of a series on serverless applications with Knative. Part 1 is here, and Part 3 is here. Introduction In the Part-1 of Knative Serving blog series, you were introduced on how to build and deploy your first serverless service using Knative Serving. In this blog you will be introduced to another […]

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OpenShift Commons Gathering Seattle Announces Speakers from Intel, GE, Progressive, HealthPartners, TicketMaster, USAA and more!

OpenShift Commons Gathering Seattle Announces Speakers from Intel, GE, Progressive, HealthPartners, TicketMaster, USAA and more!

Check out the Updated Agenda for OpenShift Commons Gathering in Seattle, Washington on December 10th! The OpenShift Commons Gathering will once again be co-located with Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s KubeCon, CloudNativeCon in Seattle on December 10th.  Be Sure to Add the Gathering to Your Kubecon/NA Registration Today! The OpenShift Commons Gathering brings together experts from all […]

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MongoDB releases its Kubernetes Operator for Red Hat OpenShift

MongoDB releases its Kubernetes Operator for Red Hat OpenShift

This guest post was written by Andrey Belik, Dana Groce, and Jason Mimick of MongoDB The newest release of Red Hat OpenShift, version 3.11, introduces Kubernetes Operator support. Operators, along with Custom Resource Definitions, allow OpenShift to be extended to support custom types and manage complex services. The Kubernetes MongoDB Enterprise Operator (Beta) in conjunction […]

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Connecting Multiple OpenShift SDNs with a Network Tunnel

Connecting Multiple OpenShift SDNs with a Network Tunnel

Introduction Istio, the upstream project for Red Hat OpenShift Mesh, has an interesting feature that allows you to extend the service mesh across multiple OpenShift clusters. The main requirement to implement this feature is that the IPs of the pods of the clusters that comprise the service mesh are all routable between each other. That […]

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[Podcast] PodCTL #51 – Reviewing Kubernetes 1.12

[Podcast] PodCTL #51 - Reviewing Kubernetes 1.12

As another calendar quarter passes, so too does another release of Kubernetes arrive. This time it’s version 1.12, the 13th release of Kubernetes. As we always do, we looked at the new GA features, as well as a review of some of the newly introduced features (e.g. in beta) that might be interesting to start […]

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Using Frameworks in OpenShift with Artifactory

Using Frameworks in OpenShift with Artifactory

This post was written by guest blogger Craig Peters, JFrog’s Director of Product For most enterprise developers, using a language framework like Spring, or Express.js, can provide you with the resources you need. Within container native infrastructure, JFrog Artifactory can provide a chain of trust for the packages those frameworks use. The Red Hat OpenShift […]

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