Brian Tannous

Brian is a Developer Advocate at Red Hat, enabling developers and operators to maximize their use of OpenShift and Kubernetes. Recently, he has been focusing on how to deploy applications cloud natively. Specifically, tools that allow developers to deploy easier, faster, and more consistent - such as OpenShift Serverless (Knative) and OpenShift Pipelines (Tekton).

Areas of Expertise

OpenShift

Recent Posts

Creating event sources in the OpenShift 4.5 web console

Creating event sources in the OpenShift 4.5 web console

Red Hat OpenShift 4.5 makes it easier than ever to deploy and run event-driven applications that react to real-time information via event notifications. Empowered by OpenShift Serverless, applications come to life through events, scaling up resources as needed (or up to a pre-configured limit), and then scaling back to zero after the resource burst is over.

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Serverless applications made faster and simpler with OpenShift Serverless GA

Serverless applications made faster and simpler with OpenShift Serverless GA

Red Hat OpenShift Serverless delivers Kubernetes-native, event-driven primitives for microservices, containers, and compatible Function-as-a-Service (FaaS) implementations. OpenShft Serverless provides out-of-the-box traffic routing and security capabilities. This offering combines Red Hat Operators, Knative, and Red Hat OpenShift. Combined, these tools allow stateless and serverless workloads to run across OpenShift deployments on private, public, hybrid, or multi-cloud environments with automated operations.

OpenShift Serverless is now generally available. It enables developers to focus purely on building next-generation applications with a wide choice of languages, frameworks, development environments, and other tools for writing and deploying business-differentiating applications.

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