Let’s face it, eBPF is the hot topic of the day in the Linux and Kubernetes world: at KubeCon EU in Valencia it was hard to find a project not talking about it, and KubeCon US in October will probably be even more intense. And on September 28 and 29 there will be the virtual […]
I have been in a variety of technical leadership positions over the past decade before transitioning into people management in 2019. During my journey I’ve attended numerous formal leadership trainings, read dozens of books, and frequently studied online resources (The Enterprisers Project and Harvard Business Review are my favorites by the way). There is so […]
Are you a developer or just a curious individual who wants to dip their toes in the Cloud, but are not sure whether to go for OpenShift Local or Single Node OpenShift? You’ve come to the right place. In this article, I will explore the differences and similarities between these two variants of OpenShift, so […]
This is Part III of our 4-part blog series about leveraging OpenShift for your containerized application. Part 1 has already been published, and Part II will follow soon. We are flipping it around a little, so stay tuned for Part II, which will be all about development with and on Kubernetes. Run: Get your Angular, […]
Burr is the person who has been preparing, executing and demoing all the Keynote Demos during the last Red Hat Summits.
Red Hat Summit is the yearly event from Red Hat for announcing news and bringing together all of its customers in a huge conference.
I wanted to know from Burr, how he got involved with OpenSource, what it means to demo OpenSource in front of such large audiences, and how demoing OpenSource has changed over that last years and decades.
tl;dr A Kubernetes-native software engineering approach for the development of AI applications helps you increase developer productivity, optimize resource consumption as well as simplify operations. A hands-on demo of this approach can be seen here. Two-step development approach The usage of an AI/ML model in an application requires basically a two-step development approach. The first […]
The article shows code examples for two parts, how Ansible supports the ramp-up of a Selenium hub as well as you can test your automated testing infrastructure using Molecule
When I try to look into the future, what would I see for a datacenter? What are the requirements the data centers need to comply with? What can a solution look like? In the coming text I will try to give answers to those questions. Executive summary In the coming years the usage of services […]
tl;dr To ensure application consistency for distributed (multi hybrid) cloud environments, streamline your target platform from the bottom up. This helps you dealing with the Moving Target Platform Dilemma (MTPD). As mentioned in the previous article, using the SaaS Kubernetes (K8s) offerings from cloud providers (such as EKS, AKS, GKS) causes your application services to […]
This blog kicks off a series of 4 blog articles. They will all be available here, as soon as they get published. Run: Get your Angular, Python or Java Dockerfile ready with Red Hat’s Universal Base Image and deploy with Helm on OpenShift Develop: The Inner Loop with OpenShift Dev Spaces Build: From upstream Tekton […]