Today I want to talk about Ansible Service Broker and Ansible Playbook Bundle. These components are relatively new in the Red Hat OpenShift ecosystem, but they are now fully supported features available in the Service Catalog component of OpenShift 3.9. Before getting deep into the technology, I want to give you some basic information (quoted […]
Learn how Kubernetes, a powerful open-source tool, helps you develop and manage components across containers in any environment.
This DevNation Live session will provide you with a basic understanding of what Kubernetes is and how it can help you run your Linux containers at scale.
What is Kubernetes?
Kubernetes is an open-source system for managing containerized applications. Technologies like Docker deliver a container framework, but they don't deliver the scalability, deployment, and management features provided by Kubernetes. With Kubernetes, it's trivial to accomplish tasks such as "keep at least two and no more than ten copies of this container running," "start a new container if one fails," and "balance all of the traffic headed to these containers." Kubernetes makes it easy to make containers scale.
See how to build, debug, deploy and discover Spring Boot applications on Kubernetes, with in-depth details of the tools, libraries and platform that could be used to make your spring boot deployment smooth and easy.
Try Kubernetes Now: Interactive Training
Red Hat OpenShift is the industry's leading Enterprise Kubernetes platform for running existing and cloud-native applications in any cloud. Our interactive learning scenarios provide you with a pre-configured OpenShift instance, accessible from your browser without any downloads or configuration. Use it to experiment and learn Kubernetes - see how we can help solve real-world problems.
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Podcast: 2018 Kubernetes Trends
In this podcast, we look ahead at what the trends will be in Kubernetes for 2018. Some of these are the new shiny things – like Service Mesh (e.g. Istio) or Serverless. Others topics look at how the Kubernetes community is evolving to deliver more manageable services (e.g. automating Operations). Finally we look the breadth of activities that are starting to evolve around the developer experience with OpenShift – lots of projects at various levels of maturity.