How to Deploy and Manage PostgreSQL on OpenShift using the ROBIN Operator

How to Deploy and Manage PostgreSQL on OpenShift using the ROBIN Operator

This is a guest post by Ankur Desai, director of product at Robin.io. After successfully deploying and running stateless applications, a number of developers are exploring the possibility of running stateful workloads, such as PostgreSQL, on OpenShift. If you are considering extending OpenShift for stateful workloads, this tutorial will help you experiment on your existing […]

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How To Capture Database Changes

How To Capture Database Changes

We really couldn’t add any information to Sadhana Nandakumar’s excellent walkthrough for capturing and propagating database changes using Red Hat AMQ Streams and Red Hat Fuse. She’s done a terrific job of laying out the steps and guiding users through the process of setting up such a system on Red Hat OpenShift. From Sadhana’s text: […]

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Automating Low Code App Deployment on Red Hat OpenShift with the Joget Operator

Automating Low Code App Deployment on Red Hat OpenShift with the Joget Operator

This is a guest post by Julian Khoo, VP Product Development and Co-Founder at Joget Inc.  Julian has almost 20 years of experience in the IT industry, specifically in enterprise software development. He has been involved in the development of various products and platforms in application development, workflow management, content management, collaboration and e-commerce.  As […]

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Portworx Enterprise Operator on Red Hat OpenShift

Portworx Enterprise Operator on Red Hat OpenShift

This is a guest blog by Vick Kelkar from Portworx. Vick is a Product person at Portworx. With over 15 years in the technology and software industry, Vick’s focus is on developing new data infrastructure products for platforms like PCF, PKS, Docker, and Kubernetes. Kubernetes adoption initially was powered by stateless applications. As the project […]

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OpenShift Persistent Storage with a Spring Boot Example

OpenShift Persistent Storage with a Spring Boot Example

One of the great things about Red Hat OpenShift is the ability to develop both Cloud Native and traditional applications. Often times, when thinking about traditional applications, the first thing that comes to mind is the ability to store things on the file system. This could be media, metadata, or any type of content that […]

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Build Kubernetes Operators from Helm Charts in 5 steps

Build Kubernetes Operators from Helm Charts in 5 steps

Helm is a popular package manager for Kubernetes applications which helps packaging all resources an application needs as a Helm Chart which can then be shared and installed on Kubernetes clusters. Helm Charts are useful for addressing the complexities of installation and simple upgrades of particularly stateless applications like web apps. However when it comes […]

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Improving Jenkins’ performance on Openshift: Part 2

Improving Jenkins’ performance on Openshift: Part 2

This blog series will take a close look at Jenkins running on Red Hat OpenShift 3.11 and the various possibilities we have to improve its performance. The first post illustrated the deployment of a Jenkins master instance and a typical workload. This second post will deal with different approaches for improving the performance of Jenkins […]

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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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How to backup, clone and migrate Persistent Volume Claims on OpenShift

How to backup, clone and migrate Persistent Volume Claims on OpenShift

I recently implemented a complete backup solution for our Red Hat OpenShift clusters. I wanted to share the challenges we faced in putting together the OpenShift backups, restores, hardware migrations, and cluster-cloning features we needed to preserve users’ Persistent Volume Claims (PVCs). At the moment, these features are not implemented directly in Kubernetes, and it […]

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