Many folks who do container development have run Alpine container images. You might have run Fedora, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), CentOS, Debian, and Ubuntu images as well. If you are adventurous, you may have even run Arch, Gentoo, or dare I say, really old container images – like, RHEL 5 old. If you have some
The Red Hat Universal Base Image (UBI) has an end user license agreement which allows partners, customers and community members to deploy it anywhere, but it takes a lot more than a license to create a container base image that’s suitable for your enterprise applications. In part, suitability for enterprise deployments comes from the compatibility guarantees of
This presentation is a 16 slide introduction to what must be thought about when building a production cloud. Proper image management is critical engineering task.
Background I have used Linode for about 10 years now because the service and price are great. They are one of the most automated cloud providers and they invest in tools to do things like resizing existing VMs. It’s super useful for lab environments and experiments. As such, I wanted to use Linode for my
This is a links article that I plan on keeping up to date over the coming months as we create more and more content on Red Hat Universal Base Image. This should be a one stop shop for understanding how to use it. What/Why Introducing the Red Hat Universal Base Image (UBI) – Scott McCarty
So, you’re looking for the Dockerfile used to create the Red Hat Universal Base Image (UBI)? Since it’s release this has become a very popular question. The first time somebody asked me, I literally froze. It made no sense to me and for a split second I even second guessed my own knowledge of how
What This is a quick article to pull together the entire picture of Podman and CRI-O with the releases of RHEL 8 and OpenShift Container Platform 4. In a nutshell, you get Podman with RHEL in a single node use case (orchestrate yourself) and CRI-O as part of the highly automated OpenShift 4 software stack.
The Red Hat Universal Base Image has generated a tremendous amount of buzz, which is great. This also means, I get a ton of questions about it. One of the most popular area of questions is around licensing. If you have licensing questions this blog might help you frame your questions better, but I always
If you attended a session of ours at Red Hat Summit, thank you for spending some time with us! As a follow up, I wanted to give a brief write up on the sessions, as well as share the labs and presentations. Thanks to Dan Walsh, Ben Breard, Jamie Duncan, John Osbourn, and Rodrigo Freire
History Lesson on PaaS People often rewrite history in their minds. They see the way the landscape looks today, forget the chronological order of events, and reconstruct a false model of cause and effect. I am guilty of doing this from time to time. One such history is that of PaaS. The year was 2012,