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Many roads lead to RHEL 8 – Part 2

Photo by NASA on Unsplash In the first part of the article “Many roads lead to RHEL” we were discussing the possibility of doing an in-place Upgrade instead of redeploying a new RHEL machine when switching to a new major version of RHEL. We also touched on the reasons why it does make sense to […]

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Old-School vs. New-Technology Security – Why security still matters in a Cloud Native world.

If the COVID-19 epidemic taught us one lesson, then it is how dependent we are on data exchange over the internet. Just think back to yourself, how did you pass by 2020/2021? How did you exchange data with service providers or your employer? How did you entertain yourself while being under lock down or how […]

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Many roads lead to: RHEL 8 – Part 1

The idea behind this article comes from a discussion I had regarding the question, what approach shall I take if I want to go to the newest Version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) but am not able to redeploy everything from scratch. Well, one thing to consider is doing an in-place upgrade to a […]

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Bobbycar Part 1- Building a cloud-native IoT architecture with modern Red Hat technologies

Introduction In this article series we are going to build together a sample cloud-native IoT architecture, called Bobbycar, based on the Red Hat OpenShift Container platform and a lot of other relevant technologies. The first part of the series should provide you with the necessary background on IoT-, Edge- and Cloud Computing and also briefly […]

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How to get rid of “It works on my machine!” with CodeReady Workspaces

How to get rid of “It works on my machine!” with CodeReady Workspaces

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Telco goes Cloud. Really?

We are living in an area of digital transformation for many years now, driven by a continuously increasing pace of innovation and new disruptive business models. The speed to bring a new business idea as a digital service to the market is one of the key success factors, but it’s worth nothing when you are […]

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Data is the New Gold – How to Work with Databases in Quarkus

Photo by Rene Böhmer on Unsplash By using Quarkus you can write lightweight and lightning-fast Java applications that scale on OpenShift/Kubernetes in a matter of milliseconds. But to achieve linear scalability and resilience of your application you should strive to create stateless applications. If you scale up multiple application instances that all connect to the […]

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How to rock CI/CD with Azure DevOps and OpenShift in 6 easy steps

Azure DevOps enables you to build, test, and deploy any application to any cloud or on premises. Red Hat OpenShift is the leading enterprise Kubernetes platform, built for an open hybrid cloud strategy. Learn how to configure release pipelines in Azure DevOps and deploy your applications on Red Hat OpenShift.

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Automated Application Packaging And Distribution with OpenShift – Helm Charts and Operators – Part 2/4

Part two of the article series. This time about Helm Charts, Operators and various CLI tools to work with container images.

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How to install SAP Data Intelligence on Red Hat OpenShift

In case you want to test-drive SAP Data Intelligence (SDI), here is what you can do to get a quick setup on an existing OpenShift Cluster. If you do not know what SAP data intelligence is, I recommend reading this article: What is SAP Data Intelligence Prerequisites To install SAP Data Intelligence (SDI) you need […]