Many technical articles were published in the last two months:
- OpenShift / Kubernetes:
- What’s new in Kubernetes 1.7? Extensibility rules,
- Minishift as a Development Environment for Node.js on OpenShift,
- KDL: A Notation to Describe Kubernetes Application Deployments,
- Multiple Deployment Methods for OpenShift,
- Quick and Dirty Block Storage for OpenShift (iSCSI),
- Managing Secrets on OpenShift – Vault Integration,
- Buildah – build your containers from the ground up!
- Using kubeadm with CRI-O,
- What capabilities do I really need in my container?
- CentOS Atomic Host Customization Using cloud-init,
- Customizing Docker Engine on CentOS Atomic Host,
- Containerizing open-vm-tools: Part 1 / Part 2,
- Differences between RHEL Server and RHEL Atomic Host.
- Time to Upgrade to Red Hat Virtualization 4,
- Creating Virtual Machines in KVM: Part 1 / Part2,
- Red Hat Virtualization Reporting Evolution: Transitioning to Metrics Store,
- Standard Operating Environment: Part 1 / Part 2 / Part 3,
- What’s new in MACsec: setting up MACsec using wpa_supplicant and NetworkManager,
- How To Setup A Redis Server Cluster on Red Hat,
- The need for speed and the kernel datapath – recent improvements in UDP packets processing,
- Short Retry vs Long Retry in Apache Camel,
- Scaling Sync,
- Bastion Hosts and Custom SSH Configurations,
- Easily secure your Spring Boot applications with Keycloak,
- Secure your webserver with improved Certbot,
- How-to setup a 3scale AMP on-premise all-in-one install,
- Installing eBPF tools, bcc and ply on CentOS 7.
Note: Two objectives have recently been removed from the RHCSA exam:
- Install RHEL using Kickstart,
- Configure a physical machine to host virtual guests.
This means that you don’t need to learn KVM or Kickstart anymore to pass the RHCSA exam, using Virtual Box is enough.