Red Hat launched a significant update to its OpenShift platform that integrates components from its $250 million acquisition of CoreOS. The 3.11 update is the first of two planned as part of that integration. And it bolsters the container-focused platform that has become an increasingly important part of Red Hat's operations.
Joe Fernandes, vice president of products for Red Hat's cloud platform, said the first update includes three significant components. Those components are focused on day 2 operations where a customer has to deal with the management and support of its container deployments.
The first component is the integration of CoreOS' administration console that was part of its Tectonic platform. This provides OpenShift administrators with a view into node management, role-based access controls (RBACs), and underlying cloud infrastructure objects.
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