GitOps – Operations by Pull Request GitOps, a natural evolution of the DevOps practice, has gained popularity ever since it was introduced by Weaveworks in 2017. The core idea of GitOps is to treat “everything” as code. What does it mean? You will need to describe the desired state of your system declaratively as code, […]
For english content please see the blog post by Chris Jenkins at https://www.redhat.com/en/blog/openshift-security-hardening-healthcare-industry which essentially presents the same information as this post. Because of the importance of the topic and the ask from our german-language customers we wanted to also present this information in german. “Security is not a product, it itself is a process” […]
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In this blog I will guide you on How to enable an application performance monitoring (APM). How to scale a user application based on application metrics with a Horizontal Pod Autoscaler (HPA). How to create an alert based on application metrics and send this alert to an external system. For the monitoring, I will use […]
When people ask me what I do for a living I give up trying to explain what it is and just say ‘software’, at which point their eyes glaze over and the conversation shifts to weather, which politician has done what insanely hypocritical thing and whose round it is. And the reason I find it […]
Introduction Data is the most significant asset in today’s businesses and data services focus on infrastructure and application needs. For this reason, I would like to talk about the current possibilities regarding data distribution from an object storage bucket in OpenShift Data Foundation (ODF). ODF is not a new product from Red Hat, but in […]
Introduction When you are serious about running a microservice architecture at scale, you will definitely run into some challenges at some point. Beside all the benefits microservices deliver, they’ll also add a layer of complexity and have all the associated complexities of a distributed system. And as the number of services scales, it becomes increasingly […]
Almost! We run MicroShift on a Raspberry Pi4. MicroShift is an experimental flavour of OpenShift/Kubernetes optimized for the device edge. It targets the niche between minimal, standalone Linux edge devices and full-fledged OpenShift/Kubernetes edge clusters. You can find more details about MicroShift at https://next.redhat.com/project/microshift/ MicroShift is a research project being worked on upstream in the […]
How to achieve a sound & compelling governance handling change requests, incidents and problem tickets in a DevSecOps scenario – based on authors’ field experience with end to end automation.
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