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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OpenShift Commons Briefing: Deploy Applications Faster on OpenShift via Spinnaker CD with Gopinath Rebala (Opsmx)

  Enterprises turn to containers to modernize their applications and typically select Red Hat OpenShift for Kubernetes Native Infrastructure. But to automate application deployment across test, QA, staging/production OpenShift clusters, to audit the deployments for compliance and to get end-to-end visibility for dev and ops, Enterprises need a modern continuous delivery (CD) tool. In this […]

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Highlights Video of Red Hat Summit Keynotes

Highlights Video of Red Hat Summit Keynotes

If you missed Red Hat Summit, you should not despair: we’ve compiled a highlights video that captures the breadth and depth of what’s happening in the Red Hat OpenShift Ecosystem and beyond. From Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, to IBM CEO Ginni Rometty, the keynotes at the show demonstrated the widespread support and enthusiasm Red Hat […]

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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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What Red Hat OpenShift Online and OpenShift Dedicated customers should know about Fallout and RIDL/ZombieLoad/MDS

Earlier this week, details were made public about four CVEs related to microprocessor flaws that impact systems hosting Red Hat OpenShift Online (Starter and Pro) and Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated. Some organizations are referring to these as “Fallout”, “ZombieLoad”, “RIDL”, or collectively as MDS (Microarchitectural Data Sampling). Read additional technical details at these links (CVE-2018-12127, […]

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Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification

Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification

Last week at Red Hat Summit we announced Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification. We’re excited to be able to offer an ecosystem of certified Operators for enterprise applications embedded in Red Hat OpenShift. Red Hat OpenShift Certified Operators offer consistent packaging, deployment and lifecycle management of applications across all OpenShift 4 footprints. At the time […]

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From the Enterprisers Project: 5 Kubernetes Security Mistakes to Avoid

From the Enterprisers Project: 5 Kubernetes Security Mistakes to Avoid

Over on the Enterprisers Project, Kevin Casey has written a great little piece listing 5 Kubernetes security mistakes you should watch out for. From the piece: Consider the rise of Kubernetes in the enterprise: Like any tool or technology, it comes with security considerations. That’s not because Kubernetes is inherently risky or insecure – far from it. […]

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Requesting and installing Let’s Encrypt Certificates for OpenShift 4

Requesting and installing Let's Encrypt Certificates for OpenShift 4

Overview Red Hat OpenShift uses certificates to encrypt the communication with the Web Console as well as applications exposed as Routes. Without any further customization the install process will create self-signed certificates. While these work they usually trigger severe security warnings about unknown certificates in Web Browsers when accessing either the Web Console or any […]

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