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    KCP on Power

    KCP is a minimal Kubernetes API server, that only knows about basic types and CustomResourceDefinitions (CRDs). KCP doesn’t know about most of the core Kubernetes types (Pods, Deployments etc.), and expects users or controllers to define them as needed, ...

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  • Red Hat OpenShift Pipelines Operator allows you to set up continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipelines. When using OpenShift Pipelines, the intention is to run each step of the CI/CD pipeline in its own container, enabling each step ...

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  • There is a vast amount of information about Operators and why they are ideal for packaging, deploying, managing, and distributing containerized applications and microservices on the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. So, if you’re just getting started ...

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  • OADP overview OADP (OpenShift APIs for Data Protection) is an operator created by Red Hat for facilitating backup and restore of OpenShift Container Platform resources. It uses Velero, which is an open-source tool to safely backup and restore, perform ...

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  • Introduction Optimal logical partition (LPAR) placement can be important to improve the performance of workloads as this can favor efficient use of the memory and CPU resources on the system. However, for certain configuration and settings such as I/O ...

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