Tags: OpenShift

Red Hat's Serverless Blockchain Future Powered by Open Source Innovation

On the final day of the Red Hat Summit last week, Red Hat CTO Chris Wright presided over the closing keynotes where he outlined how his company innovates and hinted at multiple future product developments. "Innovation in the enterprise is about adapting to change without compromising the business...
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CoreOS, Red Hat and Kubernetes Competition

Red Hat announced intention to buy CoreOS might affect the rest of the container ecosystem. Container runtime development will go forward, with perhaps more emphasis on the Kubernetes container runtime interface (CRI-O) project. However, the engineers at Docker, CoreOS and Red Hat continue to make...
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Running Non-Root Containers On Openshift

In this blog post we see how a Bitnami non-root Dockerfile looks like by checking the Bitnami Nginx Docker image. As an example of how the non-root containers can be used, we go through how to deploy Ghost on Openshift. Finally, we will cover some of the issues we faced while moving all of these...
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Red Hat Fills Out its Cloud-Native Storage Package with Block and Object Storage

Red Hat has rolled out Container-Native Storage 3.6 as part of its efforts to offer a comprehensive container stack, following up on the release of the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.6 in August. This container storage package is built atop its Gluster Storage technology and integrated with...
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Getting Started with Helm on OpenShift

Helm needs little introduction as a popular way of defining, installing, and upgrading applications on Kubernetes. But did you know that it’s just as easy to install and use Helm on OpenShift as well? No special magic is required, making it straightforward to use Helm Charts on OpenShift Online, ...
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Architecting the Future with Abstractions and Metadata

Abstractions and metadata are the future of architecture in systems engineering, as they were before in software engineering. In many languages, there are abstractions and metadata; however, systems engineering has never adopted this view. Systems were always thought of as too unique for any...
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OpenShift on OpenStack: Delivering Applications Better Together

Have you ever asked yourself, where should I run OpenShift? The answer is anywhere—it runs great on bare metal, on virtual machines, in a private cloud or in the public cloud. But, there are some reasons why people are moving to private and public clouds related to automation around full stack...
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Highly Distributed Platform Deployment

This post will explore less technical and more “big picture” concepts. When we (Red Hat Professional Services) come on-site to help to deploy OpenShift (Enterprise-ready Kubernetes distribution) we work with the customer to determine what kind of journey they will experience while onboarding and...
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Put Your IDE in a Container with Guacamole

Apache Guacamole is an incubating Apache project that enables X window applications to be exposed via HTML5 and accessed via a browser. This article shows how Guacamole can be run inside containers in an OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) cluster to enable Red Hat JBoss Developer Studio, the...
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Running Containers in OpenShift

By Sebastien Goasguen - @sebgoa, Kubernetes lead at Bitnami, Founder of Skippbox, O’Reilly Author OpenShift is Red Hat container application platform. It is based on Kubernetes and to keep things short we are going to call it a PaaS. The new OpenShift v3 represents a big bet by Red Hat to re-write...
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