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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Cloud Native App Developers Delight! Container Storage Just Got a Whole Lot Easier

Cloud Native App Developers Delight! Container Storage Just Got a Whole Lot Easier

The new Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform offers a rich user experience with dynamic provisioning of storage volumes, automation, and much more. (Republished from the original blog post by Michael Adam and Sayan Saha at redhatstorage.redhat.com) Earlier today, Red Hat announced general availability of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.4 which includes key features such […]

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Red Hat Drives Deeper Integration of Persistent Storage for Containerized Environments

Red Hat Drives Deeper Integration of Persistent Storage for Containerized Environments

Anyone who has managed long-lived services like databases or content management systems in a PaaS understands the dire need for persistent storage that exists outside the container space and has a life span longer than the containers that uses it. Traditionally, a PaaS solution might force application developers down a narrow path of only using cloud storage APIs such as S3. Red Hat Storage has invested engineering resources to help address those challenges by streamlining the interaction of administrators and developers around storage.

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