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OpenShift 4.4: Finding components in the Topology view

OpenShift 4.4: Finding components in the Topology view

Since its introduction, the Topology view in the Red Hat OpenShift web console’s Developer perspective has come a long way in creatively empowering developers. It helps them break away from the limitations of text prompts, and opens a whole new world of visual-interaction-led operations. But the Topology view is not even halfway through the process in its pursuit of bringing an excellent development experience to the table.

Let’s take a look at the new find feature.

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Why Kubernetes native instead of cloud native?

Why Kubernetes native instead of cloud native?

First off, I’m not referring to Knative, the Kubernetes-based platform for modern serverless workloads, but Kubernetes native. In this article, I will explain what Kubernetes native is, what it means, and why it should matter to developers and enterprises. Before we delve into Kubernetes native, I will recap what cloud-native application development is and how that leads us to Kubernetes-native application development.

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