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- KBE Insider Amsterdam – Kevin Wang, Founder of KubeEdgeby OpenShift on 2023-06-05 at 20:11
Watch as Kevin Wang, Founder of KubeEdge, discusses how edge computing is evolving and how Kubernetes can extend to edge environments. He covers in detail KubeEdge’s work managing edge workloads on satellites and vehicles, Volcano’s AI scheduler for Kubernetes batch jobs, and Kamada’s approach to multi-cluster management. Kevin also shares how his journey into open source with KubeEdge led to a collaborative approach within the community that shaped their projects. Tune in for insights on the challenges of scheduling across clusters, evolving edge workloads, and more!
- KBE Insider Amsterdam – Dan Garfield, Co-founder and Chief Open Source Officer of Codefreshby OpenShift on 2023-06-05 at 20:11
Dan Garfield, Co-founder and Chief Open Source Officer of Codefresh, discusses his journey in open source, the benefits of GitOps and CD tools like Argo CD, and how they can democratize software delivery. He talks about his role launching the first commercial version of Argo and helping companies adopt GitOps. Dan also covers the challenges of machine learning in software delivery and the future of AI operations. Tune in to hear Dan’s insights on implementing GitOps practices!
- KBE Insider Amsterdam – Taylor Dolezal, Head of Ecosystem at CNCFby OpenShift on 2023-06-05 at 20:11
Learn how end users are really engaging with and using Kubernetes and cloud native technologies in this KBE Insider interview with Taylor Dolezal, Head of Ecosystem at CNCF. Taylor shares insights on trends like the shift in focus from Kubernetes development to stabilization and tooling, and areas of future growth like edge computing and business value. Tune in to hear Taylor’s perspectives on the evolving cloud native landscape and get a glimpse into the ecosystem from CNCF’s front lines!
- Case Study: The Use of Development Services and Enablement Teams to Guide Technical Implementationby OpenShift on 2023-06-05 at 18:54
Jim Wittermans, ABN AMRO Clearing Bank speaks at the OpenShift Commons Gathering at Red Hat Summit about how to enable the global landscape on a global platform.
- KBE Insider Amsterdam – Catherine Paganini, Co-Chair for TAG Contributor Strategy at CNCFby OpenShift on 2023-06-05 at 18:09
Catherine Pagnini, Head of Marketing at Buoyant, the creator of Linkerd, and Co-Chair for TAG Contributor Strategy and Business Value Subcommittee at CNCF, shares her expertise on community building in this interview with KBE Insider. Catherine explains how prioritizing end-users’ voices, non-technical and technical alike, has been her focus. Catherine also shares her thoughts on the challenges faced by maintainers and how communities can collaborate to save time and invest in future growth. Tune in to learn how to foster a successful, community-driven, and vendor-neutral ecosystem!
- Qantas Australia’s largest airline uses open source AI and hybrid cloud technology on IBM Power System AC922 to bring new life to film and imagery from the company’s long history. Watch Qantas’ story (2:27)by mediacenter.ibm.com on 2023-06-02 at 21:57
- GitOps Guide to the Galaxy (Ep 58) | OpenFeatureby OpenShift on 2023-06-01 at 18:48
Feature flags are a software development technique that allows teams to enable, disable or change the behavior of certain features or code paths in a product or service, without modifying the source code.OpenFeature is an open standard that provides a vendor-agnostic, community-driven API for feature flagging that works with your favorite feature flag management tool.Standardizing feature flags unifies tools and vendors behind a common interface, avoiding vendor lock-in at the code level. It provides a framework for building extensions and integrations that can be shared across the community.
- OpenShift Commons Gathering at Red Hat Summit: OpenShift – The Road Aheadby OpenShift on 2023-06-01 at 17:15
Mike Barrett (Red Hat) and Derek Carr (Red Hat) openly discuss the decisions they must make when a technology evolves including navigating the constraints, cluster boundaries, application networking, AI workloads and open source collaborations.
- Red Hat Summit 2023: The Biggest Announcements | CRNby Wade Tyler Millward on 2023-05-31 at 02:48
Red Hat Summit 2023 news includes Ansible Lightspeed with IBM Watson Code Assistant generative AI, the Developer Hub and Trusted Application Pipeline and Trusted Content.
- Executive Fireside Chat at OpenShift Commons Gathering at Red Hat Summit 2023by OpenShift on 2023-05-30 at 16:15
Chris Wright (Red Hat), Tracy Rankin (Red Hat), Joe Fernandes (Red Hat), and Karena Angell (Red Hat) discuss innovation in open source, the offerings they are investing in on top of OpenShift, and the latest innovations in edge and AI.
- Ansible Lightspeed with IBM Watson Code Assistantby Ansible Pilot on 2023-05-28 at 12:49
Supercharge Your Ansible Workflow: Unleash AI-Powered Automation with Ansible Lightspeed and IBM Watson Code Assistant!https://www.ansiblepilot.com/articles/ansible-lightspeed-with-ibm-watson-code-assistant/Join this channel to get access to the perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5MNbTYRHSCu9vAki3z9SmA/joinFREE Top 10 Best Practices of Ansible Automation: save time, reduce errors and stress – http://eepurl.com/hJv3j9BUY the Complete PDF BOOK to easily Copy and Paste the 200+ Ansible code200+ Automation Examples For Linux and Windows System Administrators and DevOpshttps://leanpub.com/ansiblebyexamplesmy VIDEO COURSE: Ansible by Examples200+ Automation Examples For Linux and Windows System Administrators and DevOpshttps://www.udemy.com/course/ansible-by-examples-devops/?referralCode=8E065F6D6F8622A3DEC8
- Ansible by Example books by Apress 2023by Ansible Pilot on 2023-05-27 at 11:11
Automating your VMware infrastructure and Kubernetes Cluster with Ansiblehttps://www.ansiblepilot.com/articles/ansible-by-example-books-by-apress/Join this channel to get access to the perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5MNbTYRHSCu9vAki3z9SmA/joinFREE Top 10 Best Practices of Ansible Automation: save time, reduce errors and stress – http://eepurl.com/hJv3j9BUY the Complete PDF BOOK to easily Copy and Paste the 200+ Ansible code200+ Automation Examples For Linux and Windows System Administrators and DevOpshttps://leanpub.com/ansiblebyexamplesmy VIDEO COURSE: Ansible by Examples200+ Automation Examples For Linux and Windows System Administrators and DevOpshttps://www.udemy.com/course/ansible-by-examples-devops/?referralCode=8E065F6D6F8622A3DEC8
- IBM Baking Some Nice Optimizations To EXT4’s Multi-Block Allocatorby Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Storage on 25 May 2023 at 10:00 AM EDT. 12 Comments on 2023-05-26 at 05:56
IBM engineers have been working through some multi-block allocator improvements for the EXT4 file-system driver. In particular, they aim to address some shortcomings that were discovered when running various tests on IBM POWER hardware with a 64k block size. The EXT4 multi-block allocator improvements were originally sent out in “request for comments” form back in January while now have been cleaned up and sent out as a formal patch series. When running FS-Mark with 64 threads, IBM testing is showing results going from around ~5,000 files/sec to ultimately up to around ~30,000 files/sec. Yes, a +500% improvement being reported for their setup and using a 64k block size. Those interested in more information on this EXT4 multi-block allocator work via this patch series.
- KBE Insider Amsterdam – Erik Van Weert, Achmeaby OpenShift on 2023-05-25 at 18:24
KBE Insider interviews Erik van Weert, Solution Architect, OpenShift at Achmea while in Amsterdam for KubeCon Europe. Erik shares key advantages and disadvantages of open source software as compared to commercial proprietary software, especially in adaptation. We also discuss the challenges of Erik’s team while supporting development teams at Achmea to adopt the philosophy of Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift, and containerized services. Watch to learn Erik’s approaches to solve those challenges and his next-steps!
- Smoothing the transition: CentOS Linux 7 to Red Hat Enterprise Linuxon 2023-05-25 at 09:52
CentOS Linux is a community-supported distribution derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux. It is functionally comparable with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and is widely deployed across on-premise data centers and in public cloud environments. CentOS Linux 7 will reach its end of life (EOL) on June 30, 20241. Systems running CentOS Linux 7 will stop receiving software updates and patches from the CentOS community after this time. Red Hat understands the challenges this presents to the CentOS Linux user base; particularly to those users who have deployed CentOS Linux 7 for business critical workloads
- How to automate upgrades before RHEL 7 end of maintenanceon 2023-05-24 at 16:18
When we first launched in-place upgrades using the new Leapp framework at Red Hat Summit in 2019, we asked our panel of Red Hat Accelerators if it was something they’d actually use. They ALL said, “probably not.” They viewed major version Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) upgrades as a chance to replace hardware and to clear up technical debt. But things seem to have changed. Here what our customers are telling us in 2023: Source: Annual Linux market report for 2021 What caused this change? Almost all of our customers have started thinking about hardware upgrades and software up
- Kubernetes version 1.27 now available in IBM Cloud Kubernetes Serviceby Elvin Galarza on 2023-05-24 at 13:09
We are excited to announce the availability of Kubernetes version 1.27 for your clusters that are running in IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service. The post Kubernetes version 1.27 now available in IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service appeared first on IBM Blog.
- Ansible for Kubernetes by Example book by Luca Berton (Apress 2023)by Ansible Pilot on 2023-05-23 at 15:23
Automating your Kubernetes Cluster with Ansible.https://www.ansiblepilot.com/articles/ansible-for-kubernetes-by-example-book/Join this channel to get access to the perks:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5MNbTYRHSCu9vAki3z9SmA/joinFREE Top 10 Best Practices of Ansible Automation: save time, reduce errors and stress – http://eepurl.com/hJv3j9BUY the Complete PDF BOOK to easily Copy and Paste the 200+ Ansible code200+ Automation Examples For Linux and Windows System Administrators and DevOpshttps://leanpub.com/ansiblebyexamplesmy VIDEO COURSE: Ansible by Examples200+ Automation Examples For Linux and Windows System Administrators and DevOpshttps://www.udemy.com/course/ansible-by-examples-devops/?referralCode=8E065F6D6F8622A3DEC8
- Event-Driven Ansible is Hereby Joe Pisciotta on 2023-05-23 at 13:07
As you may recall, we introduced Event-Driven Ansible in developer preview last fall at AnsibleFest. Since that time, much work has been done across the community, the Red Hat development teams, customers, and last but not least, Red Hat partners. Today, we are pleased to announce that Event-Driven Ansible will be concluding its developer preview and will become generally available as part of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2.4.
- How to Get Started With RHACS Cloud Serviceby OpenShift on 2023-05-23 at 13:05
This short walkthrough will demonstrate how to access the NEW Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security Cloud Service!Get access through the links below!RHACS Console – https://console.redhat.com/application-services/acs/overviewAmazon Marketplace – https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/prodview-2i77ihj7rlgy6RHACS Documentation – https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_advanced_cluster_security_for_kubernetes