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Red Hat

Ask an OpenShift Admin: Hosted Control Planes

Red Hat OpenShift has a lot of moving pieces, and sometimes it may seem like too much to remember. Maybe you have a config problem that no amount of search engine kung-fu can solve? Or that you don’t know where to get started with learning and applying these tools to your day-to-day work? That’s where […]

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Red Hat

Hosted Control Planes

Red Hat OpenShift has a lot of moving pieces, and sometimes it may seem like too much to remember. Maybe you have a config problem that no amount of search engine kung-fu can solve? Or that you don’t know where to get started with learning and applying these tools to your day-to-day work? That’s where […]

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Linux

Is Linux Right For You?

After joining Red Hat, I decided to “give up Windows for Lent.” The experiment was a success in the sense that I feel confident about my ability to remain productive should my issues with Windows 11 be resolved. In the meantime, I have reverted my main work driver back to Windows. Like it or not, […]

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Containers

Why You Need to Learn Docker Networking

NetworkChuck is going to help you navigate the mysterious world of Docker networking. From the default bridge to the blackhole of none.

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Security

How to find Hidden URLs via subdomain enumeration hacking

In this video Chuck is going to talk to you about Hakrawler, an awesome Subdomain Enumeration tool created by Hakluke! Chuck is going to walk you through how to install Hawkrawler and another Subdomain Enumeration tool called Gau on a Kali Linux machine using Docker.

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Red Hat Security

Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security with Michael Foster

Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security (RHACS) integrates security into Kubernetes environments using its rich context and native controls to protect cloud-native applications across build, deploy, and runtime. As deployments scale, organizations must simplify how they manage and secure these crucial environments. Let’s start as if it’s day 1 with RHACS and work to build a […]

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Linux

A Beginners Guide to eBPF Programming for Networking

eBPF has been described as “Superpowers for Linux,” and recently we’ve seen an explosion of tools that use it to power networking, observability and security in the Cloud Native world. In this talk Liz uses live-coding examples to explore how eBPF programs are loaded and run in the kernel, and attached to a variety of […]

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Red Hat

Ask an OpenShift Admin (E76) | MicroShift in Action

Operating at the Edge is a very broad topic, so we’re continuing the conversation around the Edge by bringing Henry and Diego who are both Product Managers for MicroShift to discuss and show us MicroShift in Action. Join Andrew Sullivan and Jonathan Rickard Wednesdays at 11 a.m. ET for a full hour explicitly designed to […]

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Networking

The Best Budget x86 Router Reviewed

Fujitsu S920 is well reviewed for a home network router.

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DevOps Red Hat

DevSecOps with OpenShift Platform Plus

This episode will introduce OpenShift Platform Plus that provides container security (RHACS), multi-cluster management (RHACM), enterprise container Registry (Quay) and show how the combined value helps embracing a multi-cluster DevSecOps approach. Learn more.

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