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    March 9, 2021

    Provision Red Hat CoreOS (RHCOS) Machines With Custom V3 Ignition Files

    Creating Custom V3 Ignition Files With Network Configuration for Static IP Addressing. This post presents the steps for the reader to understand modifying Red Hat CoreOS v3 ignition files. I’ve put ...

    James Force

    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 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

    February 18, 2021

    Home Lab Setup for OpenShift Remote Workers Using WireGuard

    Thanks to our testers: Mark Dunnett and Marc Nozell Abstract The release of Red Hat OpenShift 4.6 brought the general availability of remote worker nodes along with a number of use cases at the ...

    Steve Newsted and Kevin Chung

    February 16, 2021

    OpenShift, Databases and You: When to Put Containerized Database Workloads on OpenShift

    We’re often asked what workloads or components of any application are suitable to run as containers. Sometimes people simply assume anything and everything should be run as a container. Simply ...

    Kevin Franklin

    February 15, 2021

    Hybrid Cloud Disaster Recovery on OpenShift

    Introduction This is the first post of a blog series describing a backup and disaster recovery solution and general procedures suitable for hybrid OpenShift Container Platform environments with ...

    Ricardo Lourenço

    February 9, 2021

    OpenShift Console Meets GraphQL Over WebSocket

    GraphQL is a very cool technology that is becoming a new standard for communication between the front end and the back end. We started using GraphQL in OpenShift Console 4.6. In this blog post, I ...

    Rastislav Wágner

    January 22, 2021

    OpenShift Administrator’s Office Hour - OpenShift on Red Hat Virtualization

    During this week’s OpenShift Administrator’s Office Hour live stream we answered several viewer questions and discussed OpenShift deployed to Red Hat Virtualization (RHV).  Our guest Peter ...

    Andrew Sullivan

    January 22, 2021

    Monitoring Infrastructure Openshift 4.x Using Zabbix Operator

     Some doubts may arise about where to start or which tool to use when thinking about how to monitor the Openshift Cluster using an external monitoring solution.. With that in mind, here’s  how to ...

    Leonardo Araujo

    January 14, 2021

    Implement Policy-based Governance Using Configuration Management of Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes

    Overview As outlined in the blog, Policy-based governance of Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management, Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management can be used to comply with enterprise and industry standards for ...

    Jaya Ramanathan and Christian Stark

    January 14, 2021

    Run Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes on Red Hat OpenShift

    This is a guest post by Michaël Morello, principal software engineer at Elastic.  Now you can run Elasticsearch, Kibana, or the entire Elastic Stack on Red Hat OpenShift with Elastic Cloud on ...

    Alex Handy

    December 16, 2020

    Announcing Windows Container Support for Red Hat OpenShift

    UPDATED 12/18/2020: Red Hat OpenShift support for Windows Containers is now generally available (GA) and the Windows Machine Config Operator should now appear in the Operator Hub for OpenShift ...

    Anandnatraj Chandramohan