How and Why We’re Changing Deployment Topology in OpenShift 4.0

How and Why We’re Changing Deployment Topology in OpenShift 4.0

Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is changing the way that clusters are installed, and the way those resulting clusters are structured. When the Kubernetes project began, there were no extension mechanisms. Over the last four-plus years, we have devoted significant effort to producing extension mechanisms, and they are now mature enough for us build systems […]

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OpenShift 4: A NoOps Platform

OpenShift 4: A NoOps Platform

In the previous post I described the goals that helped shape the OpenShift 4 vision.  We want to make the day to day of software operations effortless – for operations teams and for developers.  How do we make that goal – a NoOps platform for operations – a reality? What does “NoOps” mean in this […]

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The Modern Software Platform

The Modern Software Platform

This is the first post in an ongoing series which will explore the changes, improvements, and additions we’re planning for the next big release of Red Hat OpenShift, version 4.0. Check in each week for more information that will prepare you for the shift to 4.0. From the time the fledgling Kubernetes community met at […]

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