Cross-Cluster Image Promotion Techniques

Cross-Cluster Image Promotion Techniques

Many organizations decide to have multiple container clusters to segregate different environments. This leads to the problem of how to move container images created in one cluster to another cluster. The need to move images across cluster typically arises when one needs to implement a promotion process where the next environment for the given app is not in the same cluster as the current environment. This situation is common regardless of the container cluster manager and delivery pipeline being used. In this article, I will assume using OpenShift as the container cluster manager and Jenkins as the delivery pipeline tool.

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Looking ahead to 2017 for OpenShift

Looking ahead to 2017 for OpenShift

As we flip the calendar ahead to 2017, it’s time to look forward to the big trends that we believe will shape the next 12 months. These aren’t “predictions”, but rather an amplification of trends that the OpenShift team has seen emerging in 2016 and we believe will become more mainstream in 2017.   Vertical Industry Collaboration Whether […]

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Red Hat Brings Application-Awareness to Kubernetes

Red Hat Brings Application-Awareness to Kubernetes

Over the last few weeks, we’ve written a lot about why Red Hat OpenShift is strategically aligned to Kubernetes, as well as why we believe that OpenShift is the most Enterprise-Ready Kubernetes offering in the marketplace today. With the investment that Red Hat has made over the past several years, along with the rapid growth […]

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OpenShift Commons Briefing #56: Implementing NGINX Microservice Architecture with OpenShift

OpenShift Commons Briefing #56: Implementing NGINX Microservice Architecture with OpenShift

In this briefing, NGINX’s Chief Architect, Chris Stetson gave an excellent introduction to Microservices architectures. Drawing on his past experiences to illustrate the shift from monolith to microservices, Chris then dove into the networking problems that arise with these new architectural models such as service discovery, load balancing, and encryption.

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OpenShift Commons Gathering Seattle 2016 Session Videos

OpenShift Commons Gathering Seattle 2016 Session Videos

The OpenShift Commons Gathering was a great opportunity to experience the momentum of the community and how it continues to drive the OpenShift Origin project forward. We are grateful for all upstream project leads, contributors, customers, and partners who contributed to making the OpenShift Commons Gathering a success. This article lists the recordings and slides of all the sessions from the event.

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Five Key Takeaways from KubeCon 2016

Five Key Takeaways from KubeCon 2016

Now that KubeCon 2016 is over, we have some time to reflect on the State of the Kubernetes project and communities, the event itself, and the marketplace going forward into 2017. Red Hat has been a part of this community since well before it was launched, but it’s incredibly important to understand how a community evolves over time. If you we’re able to attend the events in Seattle, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) has posted all of the videos online. Looking back on the events in Seattle, here are five key takeways that will continue to shape the community and market for the next few years.

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What is Enterprise-Ready Kubernetes?

What is Enterprise-Ready Kubernetes?

Over two years ago, the OpenShift team made a critical decision to support both Docker containers and the emerging Kubernetes project. At the time, that decision was a classic innovator’s dilemma. Their challenge at the time was not unlike the conversations that we have with customers on a daily basis. How can their company make a transition towards becoming a more digital-native company? How can their company get there without abandoning all of their existing investments, or giving up some existing advantages they have in their marketplace? How can they avoid building a DIY platform?

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[Slides Uploaded] OpenShift Commons Gathering Wrap-Up

[Slides Uploaded] OpenShift Commons Gathering Wrap-Up

This past week’s OpenShift Commons Gathering in Seattle brought together experts and thought leaders from all over the world to discuss the container technologies, best practices for cloud-native application developers and the open source software project that underpin the OpenShift ecosystem to help take the OpenShift ecosystem to the next level in cloud-native computing. 200+ developers, DevOps professionals, and sysadmins came together to explore the next steps in making container technologies successful, scalable and secure.

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