OpenShift blog

    April 9, 2020

    Building Trusted AI Applications on Red Hat OpenShift Enterprise Kubernetes Platform

    This is a guest post by Sanjay Kottaram, Chief Architect and Director of Architecture at CognitiveScale.   WHAT IS TRUSTED AI? Spending on Artificial Intelligence (AI) is expected to increase more ...

    Alex Handy

    April 8, 2020

    Dotscience on OpenShift: Enabling DevOps for MLOps

    This is a guest blog written by Dotscience's Luke Marsden, CEO and founder of Dotscience. In this blog, we explain why you need DevOps for machine learning (also known as MLOps), what is the ...

    Alex Handy

    March 24, 2020

    Fully Automated Management of Egress IPs with the egressip-ipam-operator

    Introduction Egress IPs is an OpenShift feature that allows for the assignment of an IP to a namespace (the egress IP) so that all outbound traffic from that namespace appears as if it is originating ...

    Raffaele Spazzoli

    March 18, 2020

    Simplifying deployments of accelerated AI workloads on Red Hat OpenShift with NVIDIA GPU Operator

    In this blog we would like to demonstrate how to use the new NVIDIA GPU operator to deploy GPU-accelerated workloads on an OpenShift cluster. The new GPU operator enables OpenShift to schedule ...

    Sebastian Jug

    March 9, 2020

    What makes a good Operator?

    In 2016, CoreOS coined the term, Operator. They started a movement about a whole new type of managed application that achieves automated Day-2 operations with a user-experience that feels native to ...

    Alex Handy

    March 4, 2020

    Helm and Operators on OpenShift Part 2

    This is the second part of a two-part blog series discussing software deployment options on OpenShift leveraging Helm and Operators. In the previous part we’ve discussed the general differences ...

    Daniel Messer

    March 3, 2020

    Helm and Operators on OpenShift, Part 1

    With the release of Helm v3 as TechPreview on OpenShift 4 users and developers now have a wide variety of options to package and deploy software on OpenShift clusters. This became possible since Helm ...

    Daniel Messer

    March 2, 2020

    Building a No-Code Blockchain App with IBM Blockchain Platform and Joget on OpenShift

    This is a guest post by Julian Khoo, VP Product Development and Co-Founder at Joget Inc. Julian leads the development of the open source Joget no-code/low-code application platform. 1. Introduction ...

    Alex Handy

    February 17, 2020

    Part 1: How to Enable Hardware Accelerators on OpenShift

    Running the Flowers demo on OpenShift with NFD and SRO Introduction Managing hardware accelerator cards like GPUs or high-performance NICs in Kubernetes is hard. The special payload (driver, ...

    Zvonko Kaiser

    February 12, 2020

    From The Enterprisers Project: 4 Facts about Kubernetes Operators

    The Enterprisers Project ran a story last week that delves into some of the lesser known qualities of Kubernetes Operators. Read the whole thing here. From the article: 3. Kubernetes Operators aren’t ...

    Alex Handy

    February 7, 2020

    Citrix ADC in OpenShift Service Mesh

    This is a guest post by Dhiraj Gedam, Principal Software Engineer, Citrix Systems. Citrix is proud and thankful to achieve Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification. Operators enable users to deploy ...

    Alex Handy

    January 31, 2020

    How Omnitracs Transformed to a DevOps Culture with OpenShift

    Omnitracs has taken an interesting road to get to its current position as a leader in fleet management software for logistics and transportation companies. Their SaaS-based offering allows companies ...

    Alex Handy