Red Hat OpenShift Presses Outward to the Edge, Enhances Developer Experience

Red Hat OpenShift Presses Outward to the Edge, Enhances Developer Experience

Red Hat has introduced a number of new features around its managed Kubernetes offering just in time for this week's KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America, including updates around serverless, its Quarkus Kubernetes native Java stack, long-term support, and the ability to run remote workloads without requiring Kubernetes.

While Red Hat officially launched OpenShift 4.6 in late October, the company has introduced a number of new features around its managed Kubernetes offering just in time for this week’s KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America, including updates around serverless, its Quarkus Kubernetes native Java stack, long-term support, and the ability to run remote workloads without requiring Kubernetes.

In addition to all of this, explained Brian Gracely, a senior director of product strategy at Red Hat, the company has expanded where and on what hardware its users can run OpenShift.

“We’ve always said OpenShift is a platform that you can run anywhere, private cloud, public cloud, but even within those two buckets there’s a lot of sub buckets,” said Gracely, explaining that OpenShift also now includes support for IBM Power and Z platforms, as well as both AWS and Azure Government clouds.

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