This article shows how MuleSoft’s Runtime Fabric (RTF) deployed to Red Hat OpenShift delivers a modern containerized API solution.
What is Software Supply Chain Security ? In this day and age most of us are looking for trust and security. This is also true for our IT infrastructure as challenges from the outside grow more and more dangerous to the continuation of undisturbed business. Attacks on the IT infrastructure of companies not only rise […]
Read this manual if you want to setup and demonstrate (or otherwise use) all the mechanisms of Quarkus GrumpyCat. First of all GrumpyCat is a micro services based multi player game, which you can use to demonstrate and play a nice PacMan / FatCat like game. But with this demo you can also easily demonstrate the benefits of using the GitOps principles for developing and deploying a bigger application.
Overview What steps can we take to establish trust in our Software Supply Chain and ensure that our software can be traced back to its origin without introducing malicious code or dependencies? Moreover, how can we integrate Open Source tools to enhance the security of our Software Supply Chain’s lifecycle? As we explained in our […]
Overview How can we secure the integrity of our Software Supply Chains and have confidence that our software has not been tampered with and can be traced to its source? Which are the main parts of the software supply chain security? Before explaining how to secure the Software Supply Chain, we need first to understand […]
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 […]
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 […]
Summary This article describes the installation of Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security (RHACS) using the Operator. It also covers the integration of Tekton Pipelines for the deployment of two different containers and the configuration of a Slack notification. A special feature here is that the installation and configuration is largely automated by scripts and can […]
Part 4/4 of the article series “Automated Application Packaging and Distribution with OpenShift – A guide through the jungle of modern development practices with Kubernetes”. This part explains GitOps and discusses an example with ArgoCD and Tekton.
Part 3 of the article series on automated application packaging and distribution. This time about integrating into Kubernetes Native Pipelines with OpenShift Pipelines (Tekton)