Whether workloads are in the datacenter, in the cloud, or even in multiple clouds, OpenShift provides a consistent experience. And the Hybrid Cloud Console is your entry point for Red Hat cloud services to enable the most effective use of each environment. This video demo walks through the provisioning of ROSA and using Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management with EKS. Finally, RHACM policies are deployed to ensure automatic application of Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security.
Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes enables organizations to securely build, deploy, and run cloud-native applications anywhere. This video demonstration walks through the major features of RHACS to demonstrate vulnerability management, network segmentation, custom security policies, and more!
Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes, RHACM, built on the Open Cluster Management project, manages Kubernetes distributions like AKS, EKS, GKE, and OpenShift including the workloads they host. Read on for a demonstration of RHACM features like Cluster Hibernation, Cluster Pools, Multi-cluster application deployment and Observability.
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OpenShift 4 extends the operator pattern introduced by CoreOS, and enables automated management of the Kubernetes cluster and the underlying resources including machine instances and operating system configuration. Operator driven over the air updates enable automated updates much like you are accustomed to receiving for your smart phone. What follows is a a technical exploration of the OpenShift over the air updates implementation. Operators All the Way Down What is an “Operator”?