In this article, you will learn how to integrate Red Hat’s single sign-on technology 7.4 with Red Hat OpenShift 4. For this integration, we’ll use the PostgreSQL database. PostgreSQL requires a persistent storage database provided by an external Network File System (NFS) server partition.
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This article gives an overview of the new Red Hat Integration Debezium connectors and features included in Debezium 1.4’s general availability (GA) release. Developers now have two more options for streaming data to Apache Kafka from their datastores and a supported integration to handle data schemas.
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Red Hat is sponsoring the very first NearForm Presents event on Mar. 31, hosted by IBM. This online event will feature four talks on interesting topics related to Node.js Core, along with exciting workshop options.
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A great thing about Node.js is how well it performs inside a container. With the shift to containerized deployments and environments comes extra complexity. One such complexity is observing what’s going on within your application and its resources, and when resource use is outside of the expected norms.
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JupyterLab is a flexible and powerful tool for working with Jupyter notebooks. Its interactive user interface (UI) lets you use terminals, text editors, file browsers, and other components alongside your Jupyter notebook. JupyterLab 3.0 was released in January 2021.
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To deploy an application on Kubernetes or Red Hat OpenShift, you first need to create objects to allow the platform to install an application from a container image. Then, you need to launch the application using a pod and expose it as a service with a static IP address. Doing all of that can be tedious, but there are ways to simplify the process.
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When Microsoft announced in November 2014 that the .NET Framework would be open source, the .NET developer’s world shifted. This was not a slight drift in a new direction; it was a tectonic movement with huge implications.
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There’s no question about the benefits of containers, including faster application delivery, resilience, and scalability. And with Red Hat OpenShift, there has never been a better time to take advantage of a cloud-native platform to containerize your applications.
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Among other improvements and bug fixes in the
vscode-xml extension 0.15.0 release, you can now run the extension without needing Java. We know the Java requirement discouraged many people from trying the extension. We have included a new setting, Prefer Binary (
xml.server.preferBinary) that lets you choose between the Java server and the new binary server. We’re excited to remove the Java restriction from Red Hat’s XML extension for Visual Studio Code in
vscode-xml 0.15.0. Keep reading to find out how we did it.
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Ansible is an engine and language for automating many different IT tasks, such as provisioning a physical device, creating a virtual machine, or configuring an application and its dependencies. Ansible organizes these tasks in playbook files, which run on one or more remote target hosts. Inventory files maintain lists of these hosts and are formatted as YAML or INI documents. For example, a simple inventory file in INI format follows:
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