Federation V2 is now KubeFed

Some time ago we talked about how Federation V2 on Red Hat OpenShift 3.11 enables users to spread their applications and services across multiple locales or clusters. As a fast moving project, lots of changes happened since our last blog post. Among those changes, Federation V2 has been renamed to KubeFed and we have released […]

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Cloud-Native CI/CD with OpenShift Pipelines

Cloud-Native CI/CD with OpenShift Pipelines

With Red Hat OpenShift 4.1, we are proud to release the developer preview of OpenShift Pipelines to enable creation of cloud-native Kubernetes-style continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines based on the Tekton project.  Why OpenShift Pipelines? OpenShift has long provided an integrated CI/CD experience based on Jenkins which is actively used by a large […]

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Simplify Migration from OpenShift 3 to 4

Simplify Migration from OpenShift 3 to 4

This is a guest post written by Appranix. Now that Red Hat OpenShift 4 has officially been released, it’s time to start thinking about migration from Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3 to OpenShift Container Platform 4. You can check out the details about the differences between OpenShift 3 and 4 here. One of the biggest differences […]

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Why Chefs Collaborate in the Kitchen

Why Chefs Collaborate in the Kitchen

The value of commercially supported 100% open source software   In a large commercial kitchen, for example hotels or cafeterias, chefs collaborate to create the recipes and meals. Sure, there is more than enough work for one person, and tasks are divided into chopping, mixing, cleaning, garnishing; but the recipe is collaboratively created. Suppose one […]

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Building IT Transformation Architecture with Red Hat OpenShift

Building IT Transformation Architecture with Red Hat OpenShift

In the era of mobile applications, business challenges to the enterprise IT organizations are more dynamic than ever. Many enterprises have difficulties responding in time because of the inherent complexity and risk of integrating emerging technologies into existing IT architectures. In this article, I will share my experience on how to utilize Red Hat OpenShift […]

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Deploying a User Provisioned Infrastructure environment for OpenShift 4.1 on vSphere

Deploying a User Provisioned Infrastructure environment for OpenShift 4.1 on vSphere

Deploying a UPI environment for OpenShift 4.1 on vSphere NOTE: This process is not supported by Red Hat and is provided “as-is”. However, OpenShift 4.1 is fully supported on a user-provided infrastructure vSphere environment. Please refer to the OpenShift docs for more information regarding supported configurations.   This process will utilize terraform to deploy the […]

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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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