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Securing the integrity of Software Supply Chains

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 […]

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Develop: The Inner Loop with OpenShift Dev Spaces (2/4)

In Part II of our 4-part blog series “You’ve written a Kubernetes-native Application? Here is how OpenShift helps you to run, develop, build and deliver it”, we will focus on the aspect of developing our application with and directly on OpenShift. In Part I, we’ve introduced our sample application “the Local News Application”, and showed […]

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You’ve written a Kubernetes-native Application? Here is how OpenShift helps you to run, develop, build and deliver it – securely! (1/4)

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 […]

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Using OpenTracing and Jaeger with Your Own Services/Application

In this blog I will guide you on How to use OpenTracing with a Quarkus application. How to display your OpenTracing information on Jaeger UI. In this blog I will use distributed tracing to instrument my services to gather insights into my service architecture. I am using distributed tracing for monitoring, network profiling, and troubleshooting […]

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Using OpenTelemetry and Jaeger with Your Own Services/Application

In this blog I will guide you on How to use OpenTelemetry with a Quarkus application. How to display your OpenTeleemtry information on Jaeger UI. In this blog I will use distributed tracing to instrument my services to gather insights into my service architecture. I am using distributed tracing for monitoring, network profiling, and troubleshooting […]

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Monitor and scale apps using your own metrics

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 […]

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Getting started with OpenShift ServiceMesh Federation

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 […]

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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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Cloud Native AppDev without Tears – Using odo to Boost your Workflow

Traditionally application development and deployment across environments has been very tedious and error prone. For example in the Java world you would work with different packaging formats such as ears, wars and jars each with environment specific configuration usually dispersed all over the place. Then your app might behave differently on each operating system due […]

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How to pimp your Quarkus application to benefit from Kubernetes

In my last post I promised to introduce you to a selected set of Quarkus extensions. Today I will cover three of those. In my opinion they make total sense in the context of a container development or just container runtime platform (such as Red Hat OpenShift or any other Kubernetes distribution). The effort : […]

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