Red Hat CDK

How to install Red Hat CDK 3.4 on Fedora 28

Robin Owen

Red Hat Container Development Kit (CDK) provides a single-node Red Hat OpenShift cluster that can assist with containerized application development. This environment is like a production OpenShift environment that works on a single user's computer. Follow these steps to install CDK 3.4 on Fedora 28.

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Red Hat Container Development Kit (CDK) With Nested KVM

Scott McCarty (fatherlinux)

running the Red Hat Container Development Kit (CDK) With Nested KVM. Red Hat Container Development Kit (CDK) relies on virtualization to create a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) virtual machine to run OpenShift (based on Kubernetes).

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Beyond Microbenchmarks: breakthrough container performance with Tesla efficiency

Jeremy Eder

Back story As virtualization was beginning it's march to prominence, we saw a phased approach to adoption. This is common with any sort of game changing technology....let's take electric cars as an example. Early adopters are willing to make certain trade-offs (short range) to gain new capabilities (saving money at the gas station). In the meantime, engineers are off in the lab working hard to increase the possible consumer-base for electric cars by increasing range, decreasing charging cycle times, and...

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Extending Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization with Vdsm hooks

Dan Kenigsberg

oVirt is an open source management system for KVM -powered virtual machines. Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) derives from oVirt in the same fashion that Red Hat Enterprise Linux is derived from Fedora. oVirt's (and RHEV's) central management component, called oVirt-Engine, is written in Java and runs on top of JBoss. Engine controls dozens of nodes that may run many dozens of VMs each. Besides sounding like an improper innuendo when pronounced by Spanish-speaking people, "Vdsm" is Engine's per-node agent...