Kubernetes Operators Best Practices

Kubernetes Operators Best Practices

Introduction Kubernetes Operators are processes connecting to the master API and watching for events, typically on a limited number of resource types. When a relevant event occurs, the operator reacts and performs a specific action. This may be limited to interacting with the master API only, but will often involve performing some action on some […]

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OpenShift Partner Reference Architectures

OpenShift Partner Reference Architectures

Red Hat’s Partners play a key role in developing customer relationships, understanding customer needs, and providing comprehensive joint solutions. As customers use Red Hat technologies to help solve increasingly complex business issues, partners provide reliable guidance, technical information, and even engineered integrations to assist customers in making sound technology decisions. For this post, the focus […]

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Kubernetes Application Operator Basics

Kubernetes Application Operator Basics

An application operator is a rather new and Kubernetes-specific role you might be taking on. As an application operator, you will be installing, updating and maintaining apps in a Kubernetes cluster. Good practices are still sparsely available and tribal knowledge dominates this realm. I’d like to equip aspiring Kubernetes application operators with a set of […]

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Intel and Red Hat New Baremetal OpenShift Reference Architecture

Intel and Red Hat New Baremetal OpenShift Reference Architecture

Intel and Red Hat have a long history of contribution on open source projects and have jointly and independently worked upstream to fine-tune orchestration tools, application services, and language runtimes for peak performance on Intel Architecture. Today we are excited to announce our newest joint effort, an Intel reference architecture for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, which packages many of these optimizations and streamlines their deployment.

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OpenShift Container Platform Reference Architecture Implementation Guides

OpenShift Container Platform Reference Architecture Implementation Guides

We’ve got a design for your next cloud-based container deployment.

An inordinate amount of time can be spent researching and debating architectural decisions, tooling, parameters, or a required sequence of tasks when trying to deploy a project to the cloud. Start your project on the right foot and take advantage of the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform Reference Architecture implementation guides!

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