Get started with Authorino, a proxy-based security tool that provides flexible, Zero Trust API protection based on a range of authentication and authorization models, mechanisms, and policies.
Building containers and images typically requires root access and permissions, but you can get around that by building your container images on Red Hat OpenShift with kaniko.
Get an introduction to Shipwright, an open, extensible framework that makes it simple to securely build container images on a Kubernetes cluster.
Get an overview of new support for Kogito's cloud-native runtime engine and tooling in Red Hat Decision Manager and Red Hat Process Automation Manager, then see a quick example integrating Kogito with Quarkus for fast, lightweight decision services.
Find out how you can run workflow jobs in containers on Red Hat OpenShift using GitHub Actions self-hosted runners.
Discover how developers added fused-multiply-add support for the AArch64 processor, then learn how to use Valgrind's --trace-flags option to find out what Valgrind is doing in your application.
Learn about Project Shipwright, a framework for building container images on Kubernetes, and explore the future of builds in Red Hat OpenShift.
Understand the microservice application architecture and its benefits with the demo polyglot travel booking application, Bee Travels.
Get a use-case-driven introduction to the most common design patterns for modernizing monolithic legacy applications to microservices using Apache Kafka, Debezium, and Kubernetes.
Get an overview of Kubernetes Operators and key operator features you can use to automate the deployment and management of containerized applications.