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OpenShift / Kubernetes: Using Metrics to Guide Container Adoption, Part I, Managing OpenShift Networking (21min), 4 command-line tools for Kubernetes: Linux edition, Portworx Enterprise Operator on Red Hat OpenShift, How templating works with Podman, Kubernetes, and Red Hat OpenShift, A

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OpenShift / Kubernetes: Controlling Red Hat OpenShift from an OpenShift pod, Using a custom builder image on Red Hat OpenShift (9min), Fraud Detection Using OpenDataHub on OpenShift (26min), OpenShift Pipelines Tutorial using Tekton, Build Kubernetes Operators from Helm Charts in

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OpenShift / Kubernetes: Using a custom builder image on Red Hat OpenShift with OpenShift Do, Federation V2 is now KubeFed, Using KubeFed to Deploy Applications to OCP3 and OCP4 Clusters, OpenShift 4: Image Builds, Adding security layers to your App

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OpenShift / Kubernetes: Simple deployment of MongoDB using OpenShift Container Storage (part 1), Deploying Jenkins on Openshift: Part 1, New OpenShift on OpenStack Reference Architecture, Learn OpenShift with Minishift, Simplify Migration from OpenShift 3 to 4, Disrupting OpenShift — Part

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OpenShift / Kubernetes: Kubernetes 1.15: Enabling the Workloads, Instana Releases Red Hat OpenShift Kubernetes Operator Built on Quarkus, Future of CRDs: Structural Schemas, OpenShift 4 pipelines tutorial, A proposal about OKD 4, Simplify your Red Hat OpenShift build pipeline with

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OpenShift / Kubernetes: OpenShift Commons Briefing: Deploy Applications Faster on OpenShift via Spinnaker CD with Gopinath Rebala (Opsmx), OpenShift Commons Briefing: OpenShift on IBM Power with Manoj Kumar (IBM), OpenShift 4: Streamlining RHEL as Kubernetes-native OS, OpenShift 4 Roadmap /

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OpenShift 4 finally released.

Previous announced for end of January, then March, then May, the new major version of OpenShift was finally released on Tuesday. Also, there will be no version 4.0. To keep the roadmap, we go straight to the version 4.1. For

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OpenShift / Kubernetes: A Practical kubernetes Operator using Ansible — an example, Software Defined Storage: The Next Killer App for Cloud, Rook-Ceph storage Operator now on OperatorHub.io, Command-line tools for Kubernetes: kubectl, stern, kubectx, kubens, Expanding the Kubernetes Operator Community – Rob

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OpenShift: Red Hat collaborates with Microsoft on KEDA to enable Azure Functions in OpenShift, Generally available: Azure Red Hat OpenShift, Splunk Connect for OpenShift – Logging Part, State of OpenShift on VMware, Succeeding with Red Hat OpenShift and VMware’s Software-Defined

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RHEL 8 finally released.

Some hours ago Red Hat announced the release of RHEL 8 at the Red Hat Summit in Boston. As usual you can read some technical information about RHEL 8 and the release notes. You can get the RHEL 8 iso

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