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Best practices: Using health checks in the OpenShift 4.5 web console

Best practices: Using health checks in the OpenShift 4.5 web console

For an enterprise application to succeed, you need many moving parts to work correctly. If one piece breaks, the system must be able to detect the issue and operate without that component until it is repaired. Ideally, all of this should happen automatically. In this article, you will learn how to use health checks to improve application reliability and uptime in Red Hat OpenShift 4.5. If you want to learn more about what’s new and updated in OpenShift 4.5, read What’s new in the OpenShift 4.5 console developer experience.

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Application deployment improvements in OpenShift 4.4

Application deployment improvements in OpenShift 4.4

The most recent release of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform provides enhancements and features that make application development even easier. These enhancements include:

  • An enhanced Developer Catalog.
  • Operator-backed services in the Developer Catalog.
  • The GA release of Helm 3.
  • An add context option in the Topology view.

Keep reading to learn more about each of these enhancements in more detail.

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OpenShift 4.4: Getting insights into your application

OpenShift 4.4: Getting insights into your application

The developer experience in Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 4.4’s web console now includes a metrics-based dashboard. With this dashboard, you can access insights into your application metrics instead of relying on external tools. This Tech Preview feature is available in the Developer perspective’s Monitoring section, providing access to the dashboard, metrics, and events. Monitoring information is also available on the resource side panel, accessible within the Topology and Workloads views.

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What’s new in the OpenShift 4.4 web console developer experience

What’s new in the OpenShift 4.4 web console developer experience

The developer experience in the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform web console keeps getting better. You’ve probably already heard about our streamlined user flows to build and deploy applications, plus the ability to understand the structure of your application via the Topology view. Each new release of Red Hat OpenShift includes usability improvements and new features to help developers reach their goals.

In OpenShift 4.4, we focused on making application deployment easier through the Developer Catalog, improving the experience of Operator-backed services, and supporting Helm Charts. As for feature updates, we:

  • Made a number of topology enhancements to help streamline discoverability and scalability.
  • Introduced an application monitoring section.
  • Introduced a new Pipeline Builder.

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Deploying applications in the OpenShift 4.3 Developer perspective

Deploying applications in the OpenShift 4.3 Developer perspective

In this article, we take a look at user flow improvements for deploying applications in Red Hat OpenShift 4.3‘s Developer perspective. You can learn more about all of the developer-focused console improvements in the OpenShift 4.3 release article here. Since the initial launch of the Developer perspective in the OpenShift 4.2 release, we’ve had frequent feedback sessions with developers, developer advocates, stakeholders, and other community members to better understand how the experience meets their needs. While, overall, the user interface has been well received, we continue to gather and use the feedback to enhance our flows.

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What’s new in the OpenShift 4.3 console developer experience

What’s new in the OpenShift 4.3 console developer experience

The developer experience is significantly improved in the Red Hat OpenShift 4.3 web console. If you have used the Developer perspective, which was introduced in OpenShift 4.2 Console, you are probably familiar with our streamlined user flows for deploying applications, the new Topology view, and the enhanced experience around OpenShift Pipelines powered by Tekton and OpenShift Serverless powered by Knative. This release continues to improve upon the features that were introduced in 4.2 and introduces new flows and features for the developer.

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