OpenShift blog

    August 4, 2020

    How to Integrate Open Policy Agent with Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes policy framework

    Overview Open Policy Agent (OPA) is a generic policy engine to help you to make decisions based on the policy you defined using a lightweight programming language called Rego. Red Hat Advanced ...

    Christian Stark

    August 3, 2020

    Node Tuning Operator and Friends in OpenShift 4.5

    Introduction The Node Tuning Operator (NTO) is a Second Level Operator (SLO) that ships with OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) 4 by default. It has come a long way since its first release, and this ...

    Jiří Mencák

    July 31, 2020

    CIFS and OpenShift using the Container Storage Interface

    Support for Microsoft Windows-based applications along with the technologies that are common to a Windows environment continue to be a popular topic in both Kubernetes and OpenShift ecosystems. As ...

    Andrew Block

    July 31, 2020

    Check Out all the Topics We Covered this Past Week on Twitch

    Our Twitch channel has been quite busy with daily broadcasts diving deep into how to do things with OpenShift and Kubernetes. Things! All the things! For example, how to run the highly scalable ...

    Alex Handy

    July 31, 2020

    Building CNF applications with OpenShift Pipelines

    Introduction You've probably heard about the fifth-generation technology standard for cellular networks (5G) or edge computing, and the potential to change the world and affect our lives. This new ...

    Alberto Losada and Sergi Jiménez

    July 29, 2020

    Red Hat OpenShift certified HPE CSI Operator for Kubernetes available now!

    This is a guest post by Michael Mattsson Principal Tech Marketing Engineer at HPE. Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Red Hat have over two decades of innovation in our joint alliance ...

    Alex Handy

    July 28, 2020

    A Guide to OpenShift and UIDs

    Introduction When designing a Containerfile/Dockerfile, there is an option to specify the User ID (UID) which will be used to execute the application inside the Container. When the container is ...

    William Caban Babilonia

    July 27, 2020

    Providing Persistent Storage to Windows Containers

    This article outlines how to dynamically provision storage resources and use persistent volumes across mixed-node (Windows and Linux) clusters, enabling stateful applications to run on various cloud ...

    Alina Ryan and Mohammad Saif Shaikh

    July 24, 2020

    New eBook: Considerations for building production-ready AI/ML environment

      One of the great benefits of container-based infrastructure is the ability to provision huge swaths of servers at once. This translates into a capability you could call dynamic environment ...

    Alex Handy

    July 23, 2020

    AMA on Cinder and Glance with Brian Rosmaita (Red Hat)

    This coming Monday, July 27, 2020 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am Vancouver time (PT), the OpenShift Commons is hosting a live Ask Me Anything (AMA) with Brian Rosmaita on Cinder and Glance, two component ...

    Alex Handy

    July 23, 2020

    Observability Superpower: Correlation

    Last year Tom Wilkie and I talked at KubeCon Barcelona about the future of Observability. One of our predictions was that correlation across signals would become more and more common. In this post I ...

    Frederic Branczyk

    July 22, 2020

    OpenShift 4.5: Top Tasks

    OpenShift is a powerful and complex product. With hundreds of possible goals a user could accomplish across multiple interfaces, how do we know where to prioritize our work? What tasks are most ...

    Carl Pearson