Blog articles about kubernetes

helm

Technology certification

Helm Chart software certification now available for OpenShift

May 14, 2021
Helm Certification complements Operators for kube-native application automation
containers

Technical resources

Leading with containers

June 8, 2021
Containers and Kubernetes play a key role for modern application development, supporting new business models around edge, IoT and AI/ML. Despite all of this, there are still some barriers to even faster adoption of enterprise open source. In EMEA specifically these center around concerns with level of support, compatibility with legacy systems and lack of internal skills.
osblack

Technical resources

Updating Operators for OpenShift 4.9

October 14, 2021
Kubernetes has removed several APIs from version 1.22. Any Operators utilizing these deprecated APIs will not work on OpenShift 4.9+ (or any cluster vendor utilizing Kubernetes 1.22) and will block your
os2

Technical resources

OpenShift and Advanced Cluster Management Updates

October 19, 2021
Red Hat Pushes the edge further with Updates to Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes
osblack

Technical resources

Red Hat OpenShift 4.9 Is Now Generally Available

October 19, 2021
OpenShift 4.9 has a number of exciting new enhancements and new features for developers of cloud-native apps, for cloud-native DevOps practitioners, and for cluster and cloud administrators.
openshift oiperators

Technical resources

Updating your operators for OpenShift when Kubernetes changes APIs

June 9, 2022
Beginning with Kubernetes 1.16, the Kubernetes project periodically deprecates and removes APIs from the platform in order to maintain a clean, high functioning set of APIs.
pod security

Technical resources

Important OpenShift changes to Pod Security Standards

August 3, 2022
The Kubernetes project periodically deprecates and removes APIs from the platform. Any time the Kubernetes project deprecates or removes APIs, projects using the affected APIs must adjust to accommodate these changes. OpenShift, and Red Hat partners running workloads and providing solutions for use on OpenShift, subsequently must also adopt and adjust to these upstream changes.