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Creating and deploying an OVF Template to support image mode for RHEL at scale

Andrew Block

Repeatability and consistency -- These are tenants of cloud native infrastructure and just some of the many benefits that are inherently found within container images which led to the rapid adoption of the technology. Image mode for RHEL extends many of the benefits of running containers and applies them to building, deploying and managing traditional Operating System environments. In the preceding articles ( Creating a VMDK using image mode for RHEL and Integrating an image mode for RHEL produced VMDK...

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Integrating a VMDK produced with image mode for RHEL into vSphere

Andrew Block

While the VMDK format is open source, they are traditionally used within the VMware family of solutions, such as VMware Workstation and VMware vSphere. In this post, we will describe how the previously created VMDK disk can be used as the basis for a virtual machine hosted in a VMware vSphere environment.

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Creating a VMDK using image mode for Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Andrew Block

Image mode for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) combines the benefits and methodologies of container technologies with the ability to operate within traditional virtual machine environments. By enabling a familiar container image assembly process that supports several popular output types, end users have the flexibility to choose where and how they want to operate.

One of the supported output formats is a Virtual Machine Disk (VMDK), which is commonly used within VMware’s supported virtualization platforms, like vSphere, but support is also available elsewhere, including VirtualBox. Bridging the gap between traditional operating environments and cloud-native technologies is one of the benefits that image mode provides. Over the course of this series, we will describe the process for creating image mode for RHEL-based bootc images for use within VMware environments, that, when included within reusable templates, will enable a consistent method for delivering virtual environments. Plus, several different methods will also be provided that illustrate how the generation of the various assets can be automated to create a repeatable factory for delivering bootc images to meet the demands of today and tomorrow.

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Red Hat Insights cost management cheat sheet

Pau Garcia Quiles

Looking to better understand and track costs for clouds and containers? Download the Red Hat Insights cost management cheat sheet to learn how to get started.

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A platform for building developer portals

Hans-Peter Grahsl +2

Explore the concept of internal developer platforms (IDPs) through the lens of Red Hat Developer Hub and its foundations in the open source Backstage project.

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Applications based on machine learning and deep learning, using structured and unstructured data as the fuel to drive these applications.

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Red Hat's AI/ML Platforms & Developer Tools

Red Hat provides AI/ML across its products and platforms, giving developers a portfolio of enterprise-class AI/ML solutions to deploy AI-enabled applications in any environment, increase efficiency, and accelerate time-to-value.

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Is the network blocking your journey to hybrid cloud?

Ian Lawson +2

Is networking blocking your ability to connect cloud, on premises, and edge applications together? Running applications in the cloud across multiple hyperscalers, on premises data centers, and out at the network edge is a challenge. It generally means using complex and sometimes proprietary technologies to create network architectures to accomplish these goals.

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