OpenShift blog

    June 8, 2021

    An Introduction to ApplicationSets in OpenShift GitOps

    When it comes to coding, where do you store your application source files? Do you have a pet server with multiple directories to track various versions? I certainly hope you don't, and instead use ...

    Jonathan West & Dewan Ahmed

    May 11, 2021

    We Have Some Questions about your Workloads

    In our never ending quest to improve OpenShift to meet the needs of all of its users, we've got a few questions for you about the workloads you're running on OpenShift. Would you mind taking a moment ...

    Alex Handy

    May 4, 2021

    Getting Started with ApplicationSets

    Applications deployed and managed using the GitOps philosophy are often made of many files. There's Kubernetes manifests for Deployments, Services, Secrets, ConfigMaps, and many more which all go ...

    Christian Hernandez

    April 16, 2021

    Ask an OpenShift Admin Office Hour - Day 2 Operations, Part 1

    Congrats! You just installed your OpenShift cluster. Now what?  “Day 2” operations refer to everything that happens after the cluster is installed, which could be a lot or a little, depending on how ...

    Andrew Sullivan

    April 8, 2021

    Come Work on Red Hat OpenShift!

    Now Updated with more Jobs, 4/12/2021! We're hiring! If you're looking for a place to work where the culture is a bit of a game-changer, you'll fit right in here at Red Hat. The OpenShift team is ...

    Alex Handy

    March 8, 2021

    Join the Quarkus World Tour and Containerize Your Java Apps

    Do you belong to a Java Users Group? Are you interested in learning about the coolest new Java technology of 2021? If so, you're in luck! The Quarkus community has been working hard to develop the ...

    Alex Handy

    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

    February 17, 2021

    Creating an Argo Workflow With Vault Integration Using Helm

    Argo Workflows is an open source project that is container-native and uses Kubernetes to run its workflow steps. Argo enables users to create a multi-step workflow that can orchestrate parallel jobs ...

    Jason Froehlich

    February 15, 2021

    Moov to Digital Banking on OpenShift

    This is a guest post written in collaboration with the folks at moov.io. Moov is a portable, extensible, open source platform for embedding banking services within any application. Moov offers a ...

    Adam Shannon and Eric Murphy

    November 12, 2020

    Kubernetes: the Savior of AI/ML Business value?

      Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning will play an increasingly important role in all our lives. From self-driving cars to better medical diagnoses to improved fraud detection to the ...

    Tom Corcoran

    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

    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