Introducing Red Hat OpenShift 4.3 to Enhance Kubernetes Security

Introducing Red Hat OpenShift 4.3 to Enhance Kubernetes Security

Today Red Hat announces the forthcoming general availability of Red Hat OpenShift 4.3, the newest version of the industry’s most comprehensive enterprise Kubernetes platform. With security a paramount need for nearly every enterprise, particularly for organizations in the government, financial services and healthcare sectors, OpenShift 4.3 delivers FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standard) compliant encryption and […]

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Introducing OpenShift Container Storage 4.2

Introducing OpenShift Container Storage 4.2

Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage is software-defined storage integrated with and optimized for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. OpenShift Container Storage 4.2 is built on Red Hat Ceph® Storage, Rook, and NooBaa to provide container native storage services that support block, file, and object services. For the initial 4.2 release, OpenShift Container Storage will be […]

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OpenShift Authentication Integration with ArgoCD

OpenShift Authentication Integration with ArgoCD

GitOps is a pattern that has gained a fair share of popularity in recent times as it emphasizes declaratively expressing infrastructure and application configuration within Git repositories. When using Kubernetes, the concepts that GitOps employs aligns well as each of the resources (Deployments, Services, ConfigMaps) that comprise not only an application, but the platform itself […]

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Building and running SAP Commerce in OpenShift

Building and running SAP Commerce in OpenShift

This post describes the process for building and deploying the SAP Commerce platform (formerly known as SAP Hybris) application server and applications to the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. SAP Commerce is a comprehensive commerce platform that includes product content management, experience management, personalization and order management. Architecture and approach The deployment of SAP Commerce […]

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Disaster Recovery Strategies for Applications Running on OpenShift

Disaster Recovery Strategies for Applications Running on OpenShift

Introduction There is an increasing pressure to deploy stateful applications in Red Hat OpenShift.These applications require a more sophisticated disaster recovery (DR) strategy than stateless applications, as state must also be taken into account as opposed to just traffic redirection. Disaster recovery strategies become less generic and more application-specific as applications increase in complexity. That […]

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Trident + OpenShift: A NetApp + Red Hat solution to dynamically provision storage for OpenShift

Trident + OpenShift: A NetApp + Red Hat solution to dynamically provision storage for OpenShift

This is a guest post written by Bala Ramesh, Technical Marketing Engineer, NetApp Trident is an open-source storage provisioner for Kubernetes and Kubernetes-based container orchestrators such as Red Hat OpenShift. Trident v19.10 is optimized for OpenShift 4. The simplicity you can obtain by using Trident for dynamically creating PVCs, coupled with its production grade CSI […]

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Taking OpenShift’s Security for Containerized Applications to the next level with Aqua

This is a guest post by Amir Gabrieli of Aqua Security. The Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform has a number of built-in security capabilities. Aqua provides an additional layer of security in development and protects containerized applications in runtime. Aqua recently developed a Kubernetes Operator that was successfully tested and validated by Red Hat OpenShift […]

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Liveness and Readiness Probes

Liveness and Readiness Probes

The scope of use Liveness and Readiness probes are Kubernetes capabilities that enable teams to make their containerised applications more reliable and robust. However, if used inappropriately they can result in none of the intended benefits, and can actually make a microservice based application unstable.  The purpose of each probe is quite simple and is […]

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Secure your Microservices

Secure your Microservices

Microservices architectures are becoming the de facto way developers are thinking about how their applications are constructed. But security remains a top concern to most organizations.  Therefore, it is important to understand the intersection of security and microservices. While not guaranteeing your application will be secure, we can look at some of the capabilities that […]

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