OpenShift Commons Gathering at Red Hat Summit Boston 2019 Recap [Videos and Slides]

OpenShift Commons Gathering at Red Hat Summit Boston 2019 Recap [Videos and Slides]

It’s a wrap! the OpenShift Commons Gathering at Red Hat Summit showcased 15 OpenShift Production Case Studies and technical updates from project engineers and architects.  The OpenShift Commons Gathering featured speakers from NASA, Volkswagen, UPS, RBC Microsoft Azure, VMWare and Red Hat’s CEO Jim Whitehurst! The OpenShift Commons Gathering at Red Hat Summit brought together […]

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Kubernetes Adoption Challenges Solved

Kubernetes Adoption Challenges Solved

The business wants better software, brought to market faster. Enterprise IT wants to manage cost and risk. The problem for large, complex organizations is that they need to accomplish these objectives and still maintain existing business operations. It is like changing the wheels of an F1 race car at full speed without a pit stop. […]

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Considerations on OpenShift PKIs and Certificates

Considerations on OpenShift PKIs and Certificates

OpenShift features several Public Key Infrastructures (PKIs) that manage certificates for specific purposes. To help deploy OpenShift more securely, it’s necessary to know what each of these infrastructures does and how to best configure them. Note that the information discussed in this article refers to OpenShift 3.x and it is subject to change in the […]

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What’s the Difference Between OpenShift and Kubernetes?

What's the Difference Between OpenShift and Kubernetes?

Over on the Red Hat Blog, Brian “redbeard” Harrington has laid out an excellent new post explaining just how Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift and OKD all relate to one another. From his post: At CoreOS we considered Kubernetes to be the “kernel” of distributed systems. We recognized that a well designed job scheduler, operating across […]

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Kubernetes Guideposts for 2019

Kubernetes Guideposts for 2019

As we look ahead to 2019, we take a view of the industry of Kubernetes, containers, and cloud platforms. Here are some predictions on what we see ahead. 1. Kubernetes and containers are widely understood. Now it’s time for automated operations, agnostic of the underlying cloud provider. Having been open sourced in 2014 and used […]

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[Podcast] PodCTL – Reviewing KubeCon Seattle 2018

[Podcast] PodCTL - Reviewing KubeCon Seattle 2018

In 2016, just over a 1,000 people gathered in Seattle for the first “large” KubeCon event. Just two years later, the event had grow to over 8,000 attendees (+ a long waiting list). The event has always been billed at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, and this year’s event finally felt like the CloudNativeCon name desired equal […]

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