An OpenShift Administrator’s Guide to Onboarding Applications

An OpenShift Administrator's Guide to Onboarding Applications

Infrastructure teams managing Red Hat OpenShift often ask me how to effectively onboard applications in production. OpenShift embeds many functionalities in a single product and it is fair to imagine an OpenShift administrator struggling to figure out what sort of conversations his team must have with an application team before successfully running an application on […]

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OpenShift 4: Image Builds

OpenShift 4: Image Builds

One of the key differentiators of Red Hat OpenShift as a Kubernetes distribution is the ability to build container images using the platform via first class APIs. This means there is no separate infrastructure or manual build processes required to create images that will be run on the platform. Instead, the same infrastructure can be […]

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Deploying a UPI environment for OpenShift 4.1 on VMs and Bare Metal

Deploying a UPI environment for OpenShift 4.1 on VMs and Bare Metal

With the release of Red Hat OpenShift 4, the concept of User Provisioned Infrastructure (UPI) has emerged to encompass the environments where the infrastructure (compute, network and storage resources) that hosts the OpenShift Container Platform is deployed by the user. This allows for more creative deployments, while leaving the management of the infrastructure to the […]

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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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How Volkswagen Tests Autonomous Cars with GPUs and OpenShift

How Volkswagen Tests Autonomous Cars with GPUs and OpenShift

  When Volkswagen AG arrived at the Red Hat Open Innovation Lab two years ago, the company was looking for a solution to help them build self-driving autonomous cars. The venerable German automaker had all the internal pieces required to build those cars and write that software, but sometimes the trouble with self-driving cars is […]

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New OpenShift on OpenStack Reference Architecture

New OpenShift on OpenStack Reference Architecture

Large IT organizations are increasingly looking to develop innovative software applications in hybrid and multi clouds architectures. A lot of these applications have to be developed and deployed in an on-premises private cloud for various reasons (e.g. security and compliance, data affinity, performance, etc.). This private cloud should be simple, agile, flexible, secure, cost efficient, […]

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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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Red Hat OpenShift 4 is Now Available

Red Hat OpenShift 4 is Now Available

  As of today, Red Hat OpenShift 4 is generally available to Red Hat customers. This rearchitecting in how we install, upgrade and manage the platform also brings with it the power of Kubernetes Operators, Red Hat Enterprise Linux CoreOS, and the Istio-based OpenShift Service Mesh. As transformational as our open hybrid cloud platform can […]

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Software Defined Storage: The Next Killer App for Cloud

Software Defined Storage: The Next Killer App for Cloud

  It’s never going to be possible to completely disconnect software from hardware. Indeed, hardware development is having a bit of a rebirth as young developers rediscover things like the 6502, homebrew computing, and 8-bit assembly languages. If this keeps going, in 20 years developers will reminisce fondly and build hobby projects in early IoT […]

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