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The three principles of successful cloud-native development

In this post, we’re going to show you how to use Red Hat Universal Base Image (UBI) in conjunction with a couple of different cloud services including the Red Hat Container Catalog, Azure Pipelines, and Red Hat Quay.io to continuously build images for use by developers and production alike. Here’s what the architecture looks like:
Image building architecture
The UBI base container image is first consumed from the trusted Red Hat Container Catalog, pulled into Azure Pipelines to build a new layered image, and finally pushed into Red Hat Quay.io for consumption by Podman, Red Hat OpenShift or any other Kubernetes service. This is a pipeline which uses infrastructure controlled by trusted sources from source to delivery. Before we start, this...

OpenShift under the hood: How global systems integrators like DXC Technology are using enterprise Kubernetes to build on the promise of PaaS

Accelerating application development and deployment processes for the cloud and digital era doesn’t just happen. Building the next-generation of enterprise apps, which are likely going to be cloud-native, requires a new set of tools, practices, and platforms is a vital component to the success of these transformation initiatives. The variety, scope, and scale of these new demands can seem overwhelming, but Red Hat and our global systems integrators partners like DXC Technology are ready to help. End-to-end containerization and platform services, managed by "not you". DXC Managed Container PaaS, powered by Red Hat OpenShift, lets developers build, deploy, and manage containerized applications at scale on a single platform—on bare-metal or virtual networks, as well as across private and public clouds. The platform...