OpenShift blog

    March 25, 2021

    A Guide to Running your Application in the OpenShift Service Mesh

    What’s there to think about?   This post is a "checklist" of items that you should consider before you start to integrate your application into OpenShift Service Mesh (OSSM).  This is the checklist I ...

    Steve Bylo

    March 24, 2021

    Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS is now Generally Available

    Now more than ever, organizations increasingly need to deliver high quality, innovative applications that provide greater business value and effectively scale according to rapidly changing demands. ...

    Andrew Cathrow

    March 24, 2021

    Quay.io Will Require a Red Hat Account After June 30, 2021... Wait, What?

    What’s This About? At the end of June this year, we will be making a change to quay.io. We will transition the quay.io sign-up and login process to redhat.com exclusively. In other words, after June ...

    William Dettelback

    March 24, 2021

    Creating a Windows Base Image for OpenShift

    Creating a Windows image and making it ready for OpenShift Virtualization requires  installing and configuring several services and drivers.. This should be repeated each time you have  a new update ...

    Eran Ifrach

    March 23, 2021

    Using the NVIDIA GPU Operator to Run Distributed TensorFlow 2.4 GPU Benchmarks in OpenShift 4

    Motivation In certain cases, OpenShift 4.x users may want to run large, distributed workloads in the latest version of OpenShift 4.x, especially if their cluster’s bare metal machines’ hardware is ...

    Courtney Pacheco

    March 22, 2021

    Webinar, Wednesday, on Kubernetes-native Security with OpenShift and StackRox

    On Wednesday, March 24, 2021, we're hosting a Webinar covering the topic of Kubernetes-native Security. Registration is free, and the event begins at 10 AM ET. Sign up now to secure your spot for ...

    Alex Handy

    March 22, 2021

    How to Offer Service Running on OpenShift on AWS to Other AWS VPCs, Privately

    If you are offering a service running on OpenShift on AWS for other AWS customers, and for security reasons you want them to access the service directly over the AWS network and not over the ...

    Mayur Shetty

    March 19, 2021

    Ask an OpenShift Admin Office Hour - OpenShift + VMware = BFF!

    VMware’s vSphere platform is hugely popular for OpenShift deployments and there is an equally impressive amount of integration possible between them. Today we’re joined by VMware’s Robbie Jerrom to ...

    Andrew Sullivan

    March 19, 2021

    How to use the Certificate Policy Controller to Identify Risks in Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes

    Overview The Governance and Risk capabilities of Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes provide many ways to help your managed clusters adhere to security guidelines that your enterprise ...

    Gus Parvin and Derek Ho

    March 18, 2021

    Is your Operator Air-Gap Friendly?

    Air-gapped environments are those that are physically isolated from other networks, but most importantly isolated from the Internet. No proxies, no jump hosts - nothing. The only way to get data into ...

    Adam Goossens

    March 17, 2021

    Making Chaos Part of Kubernetes/OpenShift Performance and Scalability Tests

    Performance and Scalability have never been more important to ensure the best user experience. Whether for e-commerce, AI/ML jobs or business critical information gathering, no one likes it when an ...

    Naga Ravi Chaitanya Elluri

    March 17, 2021

    GitOps Happy Hour: Demystifying GitOps

      GitOps is the hot new trend in IT, but what does it mean, exactly? Christian Hernandez takes viewers on a guided tour of what exactly this new buzzwrod means, and how ti can be leveraged inside ...

    Alex Handy