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Using Tekton Pipelines on OpenShift - A Primer

Using Tekton Pipelines with OpenShift Red Hat OpenShift recently added an Operator to support Tekton pipelines, an open-source pipeline for GitOps CI/CD operations. The overall simplicity in the Tekton design makes getting started an easy proposition. But where to start? The Tekton ...


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Understanding OpenShift SCCs

Securing a containerized application relies on multiple levels of security. You may have heard about Security Context Constraints (SCCs), which are unique to OpenShift, and wondered what they are for. SCCs are objects that can be used to control the actions that a pod can perform and what...

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Using OpenShift Projects to Influence Pod Placements

There are many reasons when using OpenShift that you want certain pods to run on specific worker node or a specific zone. This may be for disaster recovery (DR) testing, application requirements, latency simulations, etc. Through the use of labels and annotations this blog will help provide a...

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OpenShift and Kubernetes Tools and Process to Secure Your Services

Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift have dramatically changed how we run applications at scale. But what does this mean for security and compliance? In this session from Think 2020, learn from the IBM Cloud platform team how they have been evolving their compliance and security tools for Kubernetes...

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Talk With the Experts at IBM Community Day: Cloud Dev

You're excited about the opportunities cloud-native development brings –now what? Join us for IBM Cloud Dev Day , happening on June 18, 2020! 45+ speakers from IBM Experts and partners 3 conference verticals help to build, deploy, and secure your business in the cloud Insights...

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