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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Container-native Storage for the OpenShift Masses

Container-native Storage for the OpenShift Masses

Learn how Red Hat Container-Native Storage 3.6, released today, reaches a new level of storage capabilities on the OpenShift Container Platform. Container-native storage can now be used for all the key infrastructure pieces of OpenShift: the registry, logging, and metrics services.

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Removing ANSI Color Characters in Kibana

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Removing ANSI escape characters from fields in the Kibana console gives both platform maintainers and application users the ability to fine tune how data is displayed and interpreted for analyzing the current state of applications. Get a walkthrough on using custom field formatters to remove ANSI codes using the aggregated logging framework in the OpenShift Container Platform.

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What is Enterprise-Ready Kubernetes?

What is Enterprise-Ready Kubernetes?

Over two years ago, the OpenShift team made a critical decision to support both Docker containers and the emerging Kubernetes project. At the time, that decision was a classic innovator’s dilemma. Their challenge at the time was not unlike the conversations that we have with customers on a daily basis. How can their company make a transition towards becoming a more digital-native company? How can their company get there without abandoning all of their existing investments, or giving up some existing advantages they have in their marketplace? How can they avoid building a DIY platform?

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