Extending Eclipse Che 7 to use VS Code extensions
22 hours ago, redhat

Recently the Eclipse Che community has been working to make Eclipse Theia the default web IDE for Eclipse Che 7. We’ve added a plugin model to Eclipse Theia that is compatible with Visual Studio Code (VS Code) extensions. Che 7 users will eventually be able to take advantage of extensions that have been written for […] The post Extending Eclipse Che 7 to use VS Code extensions appeared first on RHD Blog....

Serverless and Knative: Installation through Deployment
1 day ago, redhat

Serverless, Knative and FaaS will change your workflow as much as any change to design patterns in your career. In this video, Red Hat’s Kamesh Sampath will deep dive all about Knative. Reusable components that focus on solving many mundane but difficult tasks like orchestrating source-to-container workflows, routing and managing traffic during deployment, autoscaling your workloads, […] The post Serverless and Knative: Installation through Deployment appeared first on RHD Blog....

Streamline your JBoss EAP dev environment with Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces: Part 1
1 day ago, redhat

It has been just one month since the announcement of the release of Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces 1.0.0 Beta. Because the cloud/browser-based IDE may be full of promises, developers are usually suspicious, considering them as toys for occasional coders but not suitable for software craftsmen. But you’ll quickly see that Red Hat’s offering can be a […] The post Streamline your JBoss EAP dev environment with Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces: Part 1 appeared first on RHD Blog....

Integration of storage services (part 6)
4 days ago, redhat

In Part 5 this series, we looked into details that determine how your integration becomes the key to transforming your customer experience. It started with laying out the process of how I’ve approached the use case by researching successful customer portfolio solutions as the basis for a generic architectural blueprint. Now it’s time to cover various blueprint […] The post Integration of storage services (part 6) appeared first on RHD Blog....

Modern web applications on OpenShift: Part 3 — Openshift as a development environment
5 days ago, redhat

Welcome back to the final part of this multipart series about deploying modern web applications on Red Hat OpenShift. In the first post, we took a look at how to deploy a modern web application using the fewest commands. In the second part, we took a deeper look into how the new source-to-image (S2I) web […] The post Modern web applications on OpenShift: Part 3 — Openshift as a development environment appeared first on RHD Blog....

Automating tests and metrics gathering for Kubernetes and OpenShift (part 3)
6 days ago, redhat

This is the third of a series of three articles based on a session I hold at EMEA Red Hat Tech Exchange. In the first article, I presented the rationale and approach for leveraging Red Hat OpenShift or Kubernetes for automated performance testing, and I gave an overview of the setup. In the second article, […] The post Automating tests and metrics gathering for Kubernetes and OpenShift (part 3) appeared first on RHD Blog....

Automating tests and metrics gathering for Kubernetes and OpenShift or Kubernetes (part 3)
6 days ago, redhat

This is the third of a series of three articles based on a session I held at EMEA Red Hat Tech Exchange. In the first article, I presented the rationale and approach for leveraging Red Hat OpenShift or Kubernetes for automated performance testing, and I gave an overview of the setup. In the second article, […] The post Automating tests and metrics gathering for Kubernetes and OpenShift or Kubernetes (part 3) appeared first on RHD Blog....

Leveraging OpenShift or Kubernetes for automated performance tests (part 3)
6 days ago, redhat

This is the third of a series of three articles based on a session I held at EMEA Red Hat Tech Exchange. In the first article, I presented the rationale and approach for leveraging Red Hat OpenShift or Kubernetes for automated performance testing, and I gave an overview of the setup. In the second article, […] The post Leveraging OpenShift or Kubernetes for automated performance tests (part 3) appeared first on RHD Blog....

Podman: Managing pods and containers in a local container runtime
1 week ago, redhat

People associate running pods with Kubernetes. And when they run containers in their development runtimes, they do not even think about the role pods could play—even in a localized runtime.  Most people coming from the Docker world of running single containers do not envision the concept of running pods. There are several good reasons to […] The post Podman: Managing pods and containers in a local container runtime appeared first on RHD Blog....

Building a Node.js service using the API-first approach
1 week ago, redhat

Nowadays technology companies are adopting the API as one of the most valuable pieces of their business. What does it mean when we talk about API-first development? We already know the benefits of using an API-first approach: Reduced interdependencies Earlier validation Early feedback with the freedom to change Improved efficiency This article describes what it means […] The post Building a Node.js service using the API-first approach appeared first on RHD Blog....

Knative: Deep Dive, from Installation to Deployment
1 week ago, redhat

Join the Red Hat DevNation for an upcoming live tech talk on January 17th, 2019 at 12:00pm EST for – Knative deep dive presented by Kamesh Sampath. Reusable components that focus on solving many mundane but difficult tasks like orchestrating source-to-container workflows, routing and managing traffic during deployment, autoscaling your workloads, or binding running services to eventing […] The post Knative: Deep Dive, from Installation to Deployment appeared first on RHD Blog....

Fall 2018 ISO WG21 C++ Standards Committee meeting trip report
1 week ago, redhat

The fall C++ meeting was held in San Diego, CA. As usual, Red Hat sent three of us to the meeting: myself from the Concurrency and Parallelism Study Group (SG1), Jason Merrill from the Core Language Working Group, and Jonathan Wakely from the Library Working Group (LEWG). SG1 had a fairly full plate but finished […] The post Fall 2018 ISO WG21 C++ Standards Committee meeting trip report appeared first on RHD Blog....

sig-big-data: Apache Spark and Apache Airflow on Kubernetes
1 week ago, redhat

Deep Dive from KubeCon 2018: Big Data SIG – Erik Erlandson, Red Hat & Yinan Li, Google This presentation will cover two projects from sig-big-data: Apache Spark on Kubernetes and Apache Airflow on Kubernetes. Kubernetes became a native scheduler backend for Spark in 2.3 and we have been working on expanding the feature set as […] The post sig-big-data: Apache Spark and Apache Airflow on Kubernetes appeared first on RHD Blog....

Running Kubernetes in the Federal Government
1 week ago, redhat

KubeCon 2018: Running Kubernetes in the Federal Government – John Osborne, Red Hat Tackling security compliance is a long and challenging process for agencies, systems integrators, and vendors trying to launch new information systems in the federal government. Each new information system must go through the Risk Management Framework (RMF) created by the National Institute […] The post Running Kubernetes in the Federal Government appeared first on RHD Blog....

Open Source Contributor Experience
1 week ago, redhat

KubeCon 2018: Intro: Contributor Experience SIG – Paris Pittman, Google & Elsie Phillips, Red Hat We will be covering what contributor experience is, how we help the project, the projects we are current working on (if the talk were today: mentoring, automated workflows, new contributor onboarding, communication pipelines, etc.), and how folks can get involved The post Open Source Contributor Experience appeared first on RHD Blog....

Using Red Hat Application Migration Toolkit to see the impact of migrating to OpenJDK
1 week ago, redhat

Migrating from one software solution to another is a reality that all good software developers need to plan for. Having a plan helps to drive innovation at a continuous pace, whether you are developing software for in-house use or you are acquiring software from a vendor. In either case, never anticipating or planning for migration […] The post Using Red Hat Application Migration Toolkit to see the impact of migrating to OpenJDK appeared first on RHD Blog....

Speeding up Open vSwitch with partial hardware offloading
1 week ago, redhat

Open vSwitch (OVS) can use the kernel datapath or the userspace datapath. There are interesting developments in the kernel datapath using hardware offloading through the TC Flower packet classifier, but in this article, the focus will be on the userspace datapath accelerated with the Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) and its new feature—partial flow hardware […] The post Speeding up Open vSwitch with partial hardware offloading appeared first on RHD Blog....

Using a local NuGet server with Red Hat OpenShift
2 weeks ago, redhat

NuGet is the .NET package manager. By default, the .NET Core SDK will use packages from the nuget.org website. In this article, you’ll learn how to deploy a NuGet server on Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (RHOCP). We’ll use it as a caching server and see that it speeds up our builds. Before we get to […] The post Using a local NuGet server with Red Hat OpenShift appeared first on RHD Blog....

Using the Yeoman Camel-Project generator to jump start a project
2 weeks ago, redhat

The Red Hat Fuse Tooling team recently broadened its focus from a cross-platform, single-IDE (Eclipse) approach to a cross-platform, cross-IDE approach (Eclipse, VS Code, Che), starting several concerted efforts to provide tools that work across platforms and development environments. Supporting VS Code has become a priority that led us to explore using the Yeoman framework […] The post Using the Yeoman Camel-Project generator to jump start a project appeared first on RHD Blog....

Integration of container platform essentials (Part 5)
2 weeks ago, redhat

In Part 4 of this series, we looked into details that determine how your integration becomes the key to transforming your omnichannel customer experience. It started with laying out the process of how I’ve approached the use case by researching successful customer portfolio solutions as the basis for a generic architectural blueprint. Now it’s time to […] The post Integration of container platform essentials (Part 5) appeared first on RHD Blog....

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