Announcing the OpenShift Container Platform 3.9 GA

OpenShift Container Platform 3.9 is generally available today! As always, release notes, downloads, and other information are available on the Red Hat OpenShift customer portal. OCP 3.9 contains our usual nods to enhanced security and usability, including new central auditing capabilities, console time-outs, and improved service catalog workflows. CRI-O, an OCI-compliant implementation of the Kubernetes […]

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What’s New in OpenShift 3.5 – Cluster Management

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One of the things I hear while visiting customers is how much they love the fact we continue to release new software features in OpenShift at the pace of one release every quarter. OpenShift Container Platform 3.5 is now our 6th “minor” release of OpenShift with countless errata releases (on average about every 3 weeks) since 2015. What you might have not noticed, is the fact all our OpenShift and RHEL engineers are pulling double duty during releases. While we were late up at night getting OpenShift 3.5 ready to release, they were also finishing up Kubernetes 1.6. That pace of innovation and passion is only possible by working in an open community.

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What’s New in OpenShift 3.5 – Enhanced Usability

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The team continues to process feedback and turn it into improvements to the experience of OpenShift, the 3.5 release is no different. There are too many to list in this single blog post, so we’ll highlight a few here such as: “create from URL”, improved feedback messages, more kubernetes resources support and pipeline samples.

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OpenShift 3.2 What’s New

OpenShift 3.2 What's New

This week OpenShift raised the bar on what you should expect from a cloud ready container platform. With the release of OpenShift Enterprise 3.2, the product is able to advance developer experience, scale, and operational experience.

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Transforming the Development Model for OpenShift and the Business Model for Red Hat

Transforming the Development Model for OpenShift and the Business Model for Red Hat

OpenShift 3 was the culmination of more than a year’s worth of planning and development with general availability announced at Red Hat Summit 2015. It was a significant release for many reasons and was especially gratifying for the team given the big bets made around fundamental underlying technology components. The implications for the development model around OpenShift may not have been obvious, however, and by extension the larger transformation at Red Hat may also have been understated.

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OpenShift Enterprise 3: Evolving PaaS for the Future

OpenShift Enterprise 3: Evolving PaaS for the Future

Today I am pleased to announce the general availability of OpenShift Enterprise 3 by Red Hat. This major release of OpenShift Enterprise (OSE) was driven by the use of innovative open source technologies. Core to this release is the product’s ability to leverage docker formatted containers and Kubernetes orchestration. This will enable users to run containerized JBoss Middleware, multiple programming languages, databases and other modern application runtimes at cloud scale. OpenShift Enterprise 3 offers a DevOps experience that enables developers to automate the application build and deployment process within a secure, enterprise-grade immutable application infrastructure.

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Online Release for January 2014

We’re already a month into the new year and time just seems to be flying by. However, if you thought we would just let January pass by without adding some more awesome stuff to Openshift Online, you were wrong. Our product team has been working vigorously to pack as much into this release of Openshift […]

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