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Integrating Intercede RapID with Red Hat Mobile and OpenShift

Integrating Intercede RapID with Red Hat Mobile and OpenShift

At Red Hat Mobile we understand the need for a flexible product that enables our customers to integrate with the tools they need to build their current and future applications. Our position as a leading contributor to the Kubernetes project ensures that the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform offers this tremendous flexibility to customers and end users.

Red Hat Mobile also supports highly flexible integrations to a range of 3rd party services and products. In this article, we’ll demonstrate how Red Hat Mobile v4 and OpenShift v3 enable customers to rapidly deploy and secure their mobile applications by integrating with a third party product provided by Intercede. We’ll be using Intercede’s RapID product to enable two-way TLS (often referred to as Client Certificate Authentication or CCA) for our mobile application.

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Istio Circuit Breaker: When Failure Is an Option

Istio Circuit Breaker: When Failure Is an Option

The phrase “Failure is not an option” is tossed about with much bravado, as though one could make something work by just their strength of will. But the fact remains, things eventually fail. Everything. How then, do you handle the inevitable failure of your microservices? Well, by combining containers, Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift, and Istio, we can skip over-the-top displays of swagger, let the system handle things, and get some sleep at night.

[This is part four of my ten-week Introduction to Istio Service Mesh series.  My previous article was Part 3: Istio Circuit Breaker: How to Handle (Pool) Ejection.]

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Next DevNation Live: Camel Riders in the Cloud, March 15th, 12pm EDT

Next DevNation Live: Camel Riders in the Cloud, March 15th, 12pm EDT

The next online DevNation Live Tech Talk will be Thursday, March 15th at 12pm EDT. The topic is Camel Riders in the Cloud presented by Claus Ibsen

Apache Camel has fundamentally changed the way enterprise Java™ developers think about system-to-system integration. It makes it easy to apply enterprise integration patterns (EIP) using simple declarations. The result is a lightweight application that is wrapped and delivered as a single JAR.

In this session, we’ll show you how to apply the best practices from the enterprise integration world to build microservices that are deployed as Linux® containers, running on top of Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift. These integration applications will be both cloud-native and cloud-portable.

Register now and join the live presentation at 12pm EDT, Thursday, March 15th. 

Note: For those outside of the US, daylight savings time started this week, so the US East coast is now UTC – 4.

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Istio Route Rules: Telling Service Requests Where to Go

Istio Route Rules: Telling Service Requests Where to Go

OpenShift and Kubernetes do a great job of working to make sure calls to your microservice are routed to the correct pods. After all, that’s one of the raison d’être for Kubernetes: routing and load balancing. What if, however, you want to customize the routing? What if you want to run two versions at the same time? How do Istio Route Rules handle this?

[This is part two of my ten-week Introduction to Istio Service Mesh series.  My previous article was Part 1: Introduction to Istio; It Makes a Mesh of Things. Want to see this in a video? Check out the video edition here.]

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Announcing: Node.js General Availability in Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes

Announcing: Node.js General Availability in Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes

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Summary

Today Red Hat is making Node.js generally available to Red Hat customers through a subscription to Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes (RHOAR). RHOAR provides application developers with a variety of application runtimes running on the OpenShift Container Platform.

Node.js is based on the V8 JavaScript engine and allows you to write server-side JavaScript applications. Node.js joins the existing set of supported runtimes and offers developers an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient, perfect for data-intensive real-time applications that run across distributed devices.

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