Red Hat Announces Next OpenShift Commons Gathering December 5 in Austin, Texas

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The OpenShift Commons Gathering will bring together the brightest technical minds to discuss the future of OpenShift and its related upstream open source projects. With OpenShift Container Platform quickly gaining adoption around the world, the OpenShift Commons Gathering will feature talks from upstream project leads, thought leaders from Red Hat, Google, Amazon, and more.

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Fluentd Enterprise

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Fluentd Enterprise is a secure, scalable, and reliable unified logging layer​ built around the open source Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) project. Fluentd Enterprise allows you to unify your data streams from network devices, firewalls, applications, syslog, and infrastructure data and process and route to the analytic backends that power your enterprise.

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Kubernetes: Application Coupling

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Applications often consist of more than one executable and have programs that need to be launched together. Learn about different application coupling options in Kubernetes pertinent to ownership, colocation, and communication requirements and see a concrete example with all the characteristics of a real-world setup in the context of application coupling.

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OpenShift Commons Briefing #73: Securing Applications on OpenShift and Kubernetes

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In this session, Tsvi Korren gives an overview of Aqua’s framework for effective application security in a containerized environment. Beyond the security and configuration of the container platform, there are implications to the security of the application development, the way it runs, and how it is protected in production. Tsvi outlines the security considerations and demos how Aqua’s framework helps to alleviate these issues.

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Kubernetes: State and Storage

Kubernetes: State and Storage

I oftentimes hear folks stating that Kubernetes is great for stateless applications but when it comes to stateful applications, questions like: ‘Can it be done?’ or even ‘Should it be done?’ come up frequently. In this post, I’d like to offer a slightly more differentiated point of view and provide you with some resources that might help you dealing with stateful applications.

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The breadth and reach of the OpenShift marketplace

The breadth and reach of the OpenShift marketplace

In 2017, at a time when we are often drowning in data, we can still struggle to understand the dynamics of any given market. Sometimes this is because accounting guidelines prevent or discourage private or public companies from disclosing information. Other times the data is overly transparent, but it can also be meaningless without the […]

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Kubernetes deep dive: API Server – part 1

Kubernetes deep dive: API Server - part 1

Welcome to the Kubernetes deep dive blog post series. We, that is, Stefan Schimanski (Engineering) and Michael Hausenblas (Advocacy), will dive into specific aspects of Kubernetes and how they’re utilized within OpenShift. If you’re interested in the inner workings of Kubernetes and how to debug it, this blog post series is for you. Also, if you want to extend Kubernetes or start contributing to the project, you might benefit from it. Familiarity with Go is an advantage but not a hard requirement to follow along.

In this installment we start with a general introduction of the Kubernetes API Server, provide some terminology and explain the API request flow. Future posts will cover storage-related topics and extensibility points of the API Server.

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Kubernetes Services By Example

Kubernetes Services By Example

When explaining Kubernetes to people new in the space I noticed that the concept of services is often not well understood. To help you better understand what services are and how you can troubleshoot them, we will have a look at a concrete setup and discuss the inner workings of services in this post.

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KubeCon Europe 2017: Bigger and Broader

KubeCon Europe 2017: Bigger and Broader

End of March I attended CloudNativeCon + KubeCon Europe in Berlin and compared with the event last year in London, I think two words describe it best: bigger and broader. With over 1200 attendees the event was impressive but still felt like a place where you can have meaningful discussions with peers.

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