Introduction Fedora CoreOS (FCOS) with Benjamin Gilbert and Ben Breard (Red Hat) – OpenShift Commons Briefing

Introduction Fedora CoreOS (FCOS) with Benjamin Gilbert and Ben Breard (Red Hat) - OpenShift Commons Briefing

  Fedora CoreOS is the new container-centric operating system from the Fedora community and Red Hat. In this briefing, Benjamin Gilbert, Fedora CoreOS technical lead, and Ben Breard, product manager, describe how Fedora CoreOS supports immutable infrastructure to make clusters easier to manage and also discuss future development plans, including integration with OKD. Fedora CoreOS […]

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OpenShift Pipelines Tutorial using Tekton

OpenShift Pipelines Tutorial using Tekton

In this video, Daniel Helfand goes through the OpenShift Pipelines tutorial using OpenShift Pipelines version 0.4. The video shows users how to install OpenShift Pipelines via an operator, how to create Kubernetes custom resources based on Tekton, how to use the Tekton CLI, and discusses high-level concepts of Tekton. The result of this video is showing how […]

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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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Accelerate your OpenShift Network Performance on OpenStack with Kuryr

Accelerate your OpenShift Network Performance on OpenStack with Kuryr

Kuryr and OpenShift on OpenStack OpenShift on OpenStack Many cloud applications are moving to containers while many others are running on virtual instances, leading to the need for containers and VMs to coexist in the same infrastructure.  Red Hat OpenShift running on top of OpenStack covers this use case as an on-prem solution, providing in […]

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An OpenShift Administrator’s Guide to Onboarding Applications

An OpenShift Administrator's Guide to Onboarding Applications

Infrastructure teams managing Red Hat OpenShift often ask me how to effectively onboard applications in production. OpenShift embeds many functionalities in a single product and it is fair to imagine an OpenShift administrator struggling to figure out what sort of conversations his team must have with an application team before successfully running an application on […]

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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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Splunk Connect for OpenShift: All About Objects

Splunk Connect for OpenShift: All About Objects

This is the second post of our blog series on Red Hat OpenShift and Splunk Integration. In the first post, we showed how to send application and system logs to Splunk. The second part is focused on how to use Splunk Kubernetes Objects. Prerequisites The prerequisites are the same as defined in the first part. Architecture Splunk […]

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OpenShift 4: Image Builds

OpenShift 4: Image Builds

One of the key differentiators of Red Hat OpenShift as a Kubernetes distribution is the ability to build container images using the platform via first class APIs. This means there is no separate infrastructure or manual build processes required to create images that will be run on the platform. Instead, the same infrastructure can be […]

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