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  • Dekorate: Generating Kubernetes and OpenShift Manifests for Java Projects

    Dekorate, formerly the ap4k project which stood for Annotation Processors for Kubernetes, is designed to make the generation of Kubernetes and OpenShift manifests in Java based projects easier. The project was rebranded since it now supports decorating Kubernetes manifests without the use of annotations, so the name ap4k no longer describes the project accurately.

  • Q&A with Microsoft's Brendan Burns about GA of OpenShift on Azure

    The general availability (GA) of OpenShift on Azure was included alongside several other Kubernetes-related announcements at Microsoft Build 2019 and Red Hat Summit 2019, which recently concluded in Seattle and Boston, concurrently. InfoQ caught up with Brendan Burns, a co-founder of the Kubernetes platform and a distinguished engineer at Microsoft, regarding the announcement.

  • IBM to Acquire Red Hat for $34 Billion

    IBM announced this afternoon that it will acquire open-source software company Red Hat for $34 billion, the largest deal IBM has ever done, according to Reuters. The deal will help IBM expand its reach as an enterprise cloud computing provider.

  • RedHat Announces Support for Azure, .Net Core 2.0 and SQL Server 2017

    Microsoft and RedHat recently announced support for Windows Containers in Red Hat OpenShift. The main scenario this announcement targets is to make Linux and Windows containers work in the same cluster. This enables enterprises with mixed environments to migrate towards a container based infrastructure without needing separate clusters for Windows and Linux.


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