OpenShift blog

    November 6, 2020

    Last Week on OpenShift.tv

    As per usual, we've been publishing a ton of great video content on our YouTube Channel, and streaming daily on Twitch.tv. The schedule for shows can be found on the OpenShift.tv page, and you're ...

    Alex Handy

    November 6, 2020

    Seccomp for Fun and Profit

    Or: Why can’t this kernel just do what I want, and stop containers from doing what we don’t want? Here is my rambling adventure for the holy grail: Can we use seccomp to restrict some of what ...

    Jim Ramsay

    November 5, 2020

    What Can You Do With OpenShift Service Mesh 2?

    OpenShift Service Mesh 2.0 has just been released. For many of users, the upgrade brings a bunch of performance improvements and new functionality. Take a look at Jamie Longmuir's post to learn more ...

    Langdon White

    November 5, 2020

    Introducing OpenShift Service Mesh 2.0

    On the heels of releasing OpenShift 4.6, OpenShift Service Mesh 2.0 provides a significant update to OpenShift’s service mesh capabilities. OpenShift Service Mesh includes an ecosystem of upstream ...

    Jamie Longmuir

    November 4, 2020

    Join us November 12 for a Live Session with Forrester Research

    Next Thursday, we're hosting a Webinar with Forrester Research that will discuss planning for the next ten years of your IT infrastructure. In this interactive live session, Brian Gracely, Senior ...

    Alex Handy

    November 4, 2020

    Geographically Distributed Stateful Workloads Part Two: CockroachDB

    This post was co-authored by Keith McClellan, Director, Partner Solutions Engineer at Cockroach Labs. Introduction In this series of articles, we present approaches to deploy stateful workloads on ...

    Raffaele Spazzoli

    November 3, 2020

    New Red Hat Blog: Enable Architects

      I once heard an enterprise IT architect describe their job in a rather grim way. They said their job was to design beautiful systems architectures which everyone then completely ignored. Such is ...

    Alex Handy

    November 3, 2020

    Using WireGuard to Extend OpenShift Networks

    As a team of Linux enthusiasts who are always pushing the limits of OpenShift with the latest and greatest technologies to enable new solutions, we at the Performance Sensitive Applications (PSAP) ...

    Sebastian Jug

    November 3, 2020

    Geographically Distributed Stateful Workloads Part One: Cluster Preparation

    Introduction In a past blog post, we illustrated some disaster recovery strategies for applications deployed in OpenShift. In particular, the scenario called “Multiple OpenShift Clusters in Multiple ...

    Raffaele Spazzoli

    November 2, 2020

    Take a Dip into Windows Containers with OpenShift 4.6

    Windows Operating System in a container? Who would have thought?!? If you asked me that question a few years back, I would have told you with conviction that it would never happen! But if you ask me ...

    Michael Calizo

    November 2, 2020

    Extending the runtime functionality

    The kubelet is the primary "node agent" that runs on each node and provides you a lot of configuration options, but sometimes it still not enough, and you still want to run an additional ...

    Artyom Lukianov

    October 30, 2020

    Mitigate impact of Docker Hub Pull Request Limits

    Determine and Mitigate Impact of Docker Hub Pull Request Limits starting Nov 2nd If you are using Docker Hub to distribute your containerized software project, you will by now have received at least ...

    Daniel Messer