OpenShift

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How to deploy Next.js applications to Red Hat OpenShift

Michael Dawson

Next.js is one of many popular frameworks for deploying sites based on Node.js. In this article, you'll learn how to deploy Next.js applications using the ubi8/nodejs-16 and ubi8/nodejs-16-minimal containers available from Red Hat. We will also show you how to deploy the containers to Red Hat OpenShift.

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Red Hat OpenShift in the Public Cloud

Cloud-native application platform with everything you need to manage your development life cycle securely, including standardized workflows, support for multiple environments, continuous integration, and release management.

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Podman expands to the Desktop

Stevan Le Meur + 1

Learn about Podman Desktop, a GUI dedicated to managing containers and Kubernetes for application developers.

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The ultimate CI/CD resource guide

Heiker Medina

Check recent articles that discuss some of the new and useful command-line and graphical tools for simplifying continuous integration/continuous deployment.

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How to easily generate Helm charts using Dekorate

Jose Carvajal Hilario + 1

Learn how to easily generate Helm charts using Dekorate, how to map properties when installing or updating your charts, and how to use Helm profiles.

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How to make your APIs more discoverable

Vamsi Ravula + 1

Discoverability is key to a successful API strategy. Learn how to improve API discovery, usability, and developer experience with a dynamic inventory.

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Perform inference using Intel OpenVINO Model Server on OpenShift

Audrey Reznik + 1

In this article, you will learn how to perform inference on JPEG images using the gRPC API in OpenVINO Model Server in OpenShift. Model servers play an important role in smoothly bringing models from development to production. Models are served via network endpoints which expose an APIs to run predictions.