[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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Exploring Stretch Clusters for Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated

Exploring Stretch Clusters for Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated

Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated has evolved as an effective way to consume OpenShift as a managed service in the public cloud. As we continue to collect feedback from customers, partners, and internal users, we’re excited to be able to present some substantial improvements to the offering, effective this month. I want to focus mainly on […]

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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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Scaling Java Containers

Scaling Java Containers

As enterprises increasingly learn about the advantages of deploying containerized applications, it is important to address a misconception that JVM does not play nicely in the cloud, especially when it comes to memory management. While it is true that many JVMs may not come out of the box perfectly configured to run in an elastic […]

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Kubernetes Ingress vs OpenShift Route

Kubernetes Ingress vs OpenShift Route

Although pods and services have their own IP addresses on Kubernetes, these IP addresses are only reachable within the Kubernetes cluster and not accessible to the outside clients. The Ingress object in Kubernetes, although still in beta, is designed to signal the Kubernetes platform that a certain service needs to be accessible to the outside […]

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What OpenShift Online customers should know about L1TF

On Aug. 14, 2018, information was released about another set of “speculative execution” issues with Intel microprocessor hardware known as “L1 Terminal Fault”.  As with earlier issues like Spectre and Meltdown, this information was coordinated with the release of updated software solutions to help mitigate the issue. At the time the embargo was lifted, the […]

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State of Serverless in Kubernetes: Knative and OpenShift Cloud Functions

We are tremendously excited to be part of the Knative (pronounced kay-nay-tiv) project recently announced at Google Next. Red Hat’s strategy around serverless will embrace and benefit from the ideas Knative supports. Red Hat has always focused on portability and consistency across hybrid and multi-cloud environments, as needed by many of our customers. We recently […]

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Crictl Vs Podman

As people continue to adopt CRI-O as a new container runtime for Kubernetes I am hearing questions from administrators who are confused whether they should use Crictl or Podman to diagnose and understand what is going on in a Kubernetes node. This is not one or the other — these tools are complementary, and this […]

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OpenShift Online and Dedicated Response to Variant 4

On May 21, 2018, kernel patches were released for “Speculative Store Bypass” (also known as “Variant 4”), the latest bug related to the speculative execution vulnerabilities that first came to light under the names Spectre and Meltdown. When the initial vulnerabilities were announced, the remediations required a combination of software fixes in the Linux kernel […]

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