OpenShift blog

    March 8, 2021

    OpenShift Virtualization 4.7 Highlights

    Introduction Here at Red Hat, our goal is to make the user experience fast and intuitive. Red Hat OpenShift Virtualization 4.7 now delivers a much improved and easier experience when creating virtual ...

    Foday Kargbo

    March 5, 2021

    Ask an OpenShift Admin Office Hour - VMs in OpenShift?

    Normally we think of OpenShift as being deployed to virtual machines, but did you know that you can deploy virtual machines to OpenShift? Released as generally available alongside OpenShift 4.5 (July ...

    Andrew Sullivan

    March 4, 2021

    Restricting User Access Via Service Mesh 2.0 and Red Hat Single Sign On

    Openshift Service Mesh 2.0 provides an easy way to connect microservices in a secure and consistent manner, and to build distributed, modulable and scalable applications on top of it. Connecting ...

    Gaetan Hurel

    March 4, 2021

    Horizontal Pod Autoscaling of Quarkus Application Based on Memory Utilization

    In this blog, we want to outline the behavior of HPA based on memory using a simple Quarkus application. Overview The Horizontal Pod Autoscaler based on memory automatically scales the number of pods ...

    Gaurav Singh, Daniel Oh, and Joel Smith

    March 3, 2021

    OpenShift 4.7: Straight From the Source — OperatorHub Catalog Source UI Enhancements

    The OpenShift Web Console’s embedded OperatorHub can be a valuable tool for cluster administrators to find, learn about, and install operators on their clusters. By default, the OperatorHub is ...

    Peter Kreuser

    March 3, 2021

    How to Deploy Operators on Disconnected Environments

    Note: The following procedure can also be used to deploy the NVIDIA GPU Operator, since it follows the same prerequisites as the SRO operator. Docs are here. The job of the Performance and Latency ...

    Eduardo Arango

    March 3, 2021

    Red Hat OpenShift Logging v5.0 Is Here And This Is What You Can Expect

    On behalf of the Logging team, I am proud to announce that Red Hat OpenShift Logging 5.0 was made generally available last week. This is our first independent release from the OpenShift Container ...

    Christian Heidenreich

    March 2, 2021

    Top Kubernetes Certifications and Why They Matter

    Why Kubernetes? When containers first broke onto the scene, it was immediately apparent that it was a disruptive technology. What was not clear was how containers were going to be scaled and ...

    Michael Foster

    March 2, 2021

    Kubernetes Namespaces Demystified - How To Make The Most of Them

    Kubernetes namespaces are a central part of how we structure, deploy, and manage containers today. However, namespaces are not a new concept; in fact, Linux namespaces were introduced in 2002 and ...

    Michael Foster

    March 2, 2021

    OpenShift 4.7: Windows Container Support for Red Hat OpenShift on vSphere

    Back in December, we announced that Windows Container support for Red Hat OpenShift became generally available. This was made possible by the Windows MachineConfig Operator (WMCO), which acts as an ...

    Christian Hernandez

    March 2, 2021

    OpenShift 4.7: Node Feature Discovery Update

    The job of the Performance and Latency Sensitive Applications (PSAP) team at Red Hat is optimizing Red Hat OpenShift, the industry’s most comprehensive enterprise Kubernetes platform, to run ...

    Eduardo Arango

    March 2, 2021

    Updating a Boot Source Image

    At some point, images used to create virtual machines (VM) in any virtualization environment will need to be updated for a variety of reasons. This could be a newer version of the operating system ...

    John Herr