OpenShift blog

    May 14, 2021

    Ask an OpenShift Admin Office Hour - Red Hat CoreOS

    Once an application is deployed, we don’t think about the operating system much - unless it breaks. This is even more true for containerized applications, whether they’re deployed to a single host ...

    Andrew Sullivan

    May 11, 2021

    Creating Pod Latency With Linux Traffic Control on OpenShift

    Let’s face it: Networks are not always reliable. Your datacenter robot accidentally disconnects an ethernet cable. A UPS goes bad and you lose your switch. Any number of things can interfere with ...

    Chad Scribner, Robert Bost, and Jai Subbiah

    April 7, 2021

    Creating a Two Disk RHEL8 VM with an Immutable OS Disk

    Creating a Virtual Machine (VM) that separates the static operating system from the user’s ever changing data has several advantages. It gives the administrator more control over the VM’s ...

    John Herr

    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

    November 23, 2020

    Linux Capabilities in OpenShift

    Introduction and Goals The purpose of this article is to explain in depth how capabilities are implemented in Linux and why they can't be used to it's full extent in Kubernetes or OpenShift without ...

    Alexandre Menezes