Red Hat Upgraded OpenShift platform with new service catalog

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OpenShift Platform is a Service for the open source container management platform like Kubernetes developed by Google. It supports container platform like Docker and Also stick to the Open Container Initiative.

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Red Hat Updated its OpenShift container platform. It includes an extended feature Service Catalog allows third-party vendors to establish connections to external or internal services.

The Expanded applications support Native Java builder for Spring Boot, WildFly Swarm, Vert.x, and other microservices frameworks. Also updated official Redis image and Software Collections Library content.

Security and Networking enhancements include UDP Multicast applications in the cluster. Kubernetes feature to control network traffic in the cluster. Enhancements to make SSL certificate deployment working with custom certificates even easier

Companies move to containers platforms than virtual machines

Moreover, Most of the companies interested to move to containers platforms than virtual machines. In upcoming days there is an increase in usage of container platforms like OpenShift. The company mainly focusing on the container platforms due to other companies like Deutsche Bank, Volvo and United Health are varying their interests.

 

As the company increases its container open source it’s trying to build out the platform. To meet the needs of larger company IT departments. One of the things they’ve been hearing is that they want it to be easier to connect applications already in container to internal and external services.

In addition, the Service Catalog is not like pre-configured connectors in the applications store that developers can go in and find. This could be an internal connector to an Oracle database or an external one to a public cloud service from AWS or Azure (or anything else).

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Customers were able to make these service connections before with more effort. The goal is to provide a packaged approach so that users don’t have to do the work every time, help to speed up implementation.

 

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