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What's Next in OpenShift (Q2CY2022)

What's Next in OpenShift (Q2CY2022)

This presentation provides the roadmap for Red Hat OpenShift version 4 as of April, 2022.

View the presentation of these slides directly from the OpenShift Product Management team at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YktCmnYhJZw.

View the current roadmap and other presentations from OpenShift Product Management at https://cloud.redhat.com/learn/whats-new.

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  1. What’s Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 OpenShift Product Management 1

  2. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 2 Speakers Scott Berens Mark

    Russell Boaz Michaely Brian Cook Jeff Brent Michal Zasepa
  3. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Open Hybrid Cloud 3 Traditional

    N-Tier Apps Cloud Native Microservices ISV Packaged Apps Physical Virtual Private cloud Public cloud Red Hat Enterprise Linux Edge cloud Red Hat OpenShift Red Hat Open Hybrid Cloud Data, Analytics & AI/ML Enabling any application, on any infrastructure, in any location
  4. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 IDC Survey of 200 US-based

    $1B companies actively using two or more “infrastructure clouds” for production applications 81% Challenges with Hybrid Cloud Management 4 Source: IDC Multicloud Management Survey, 2019: Special Study, Doc # US45020919, April 2019 *IDC Survey of 200 US-based $1B companies actively using two or more “infrastructure clouds” for production applications As organizations deploy more clusters across multiple clouds, new challenges arise. ▸ Difficult and error prone to manage at scale ▸ Inconsistent security controls across environments ▸ Overwhelming to verify components, configurations, policies, and compliance Using multiple infrastructure clouds* 93% Using multiple public clouds and one or more private/dedicated clouds*
  5. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 5 Reasons for deploying clusters

    Application availability Reduced latency Address industry standards Geopolitical data residency guidelines Disaster recovery Edge deployments CapEx cost reduction Avoid vendor lock-in Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus
  6. CONFIDENTIAL designator What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 • Service mesh

    | Serverless • Builds | CI/CD pipelines • GitOps | Distributed Tracing • Log management • Cost management • Languages and runtimes • API management • Integration • Messaging • Process automation • Databases | Cache • Data ingest and preparation • Data analytics • AI/ML • Developer CLI • Kubernetes-native IDE • Kubernetes on laptop • Plugins and extensions Developer services Developer productivity Kubernetes cluster services Install | Over-the-air updates | Networking | Ingress | Storage | Monitoring | Log forwarding | Registry | Authorization | Containers | VMs | Operators | Helm Linux (container host operating system) Kubernetes (orchestration) Physical Virtual Private cloud Public cloud Edge Cluster security Global registry Multicluster management Data services* Data-driven insights Application services* Build cloud-native apps Platform services Manage workloads * Red Hat OpenShift® includes supported runtimes for popular languages/frameworks/databases. Additional capabilities listed are from the Red Hat Application Services and Red Hat Data Services portfolios. ** Disaster recovery, volume and multicloud encryption, key management service, and support for multiple clusters and off-cluster workloads requires OpenShift Data Foundation Advanced Observability | Discovery | Policy | Compliance | Configuration | Workloads Image management | Security scanning | Geo-replication Mirroring | Image builds Declarative security | Container vulnerability management | Network segmentation | Threat detection and response RWO, RWX, Object | Efficiency | Performance | Security | Backup | DR Multicloud gateway Cluster data management 6 Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Platform
  7. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 7 Red Hat OpenShift Available

    as self-managed platform or fully managed cloud service Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated2 Red Hat OpenShift service on Amazon Web Services1 Microsoft Azure Red Hat OpenShift Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud1 Managed Red Hat OpenShift services Self-managed Red Hat OpenShift On public cloud, or on-premises on physical or virtual infrastructure3 Source: 1 In preview as of 1/1/2021. Also available as Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated managed service running on user-supplied AWS infrastructure. 2 Red Hat managed service running on user-supplied GCP infrastructure 3 See docs.openshift.com for supported infrastructure options and configurations Start quickly, we manage it for you Cloud managed You manage it, for control and flexibility Customer managed
  8. Hybrid Cloud and Openshift Platform Plus 8 Edge computing with

    Red Hat OpenShift What’s Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022
  9. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 9 Red Hat Advanced Cluster

    Management for Kubernetes Improvements in secrets management and manifest signing within software supply chain. Cluster deployments using cloud keys and tokens. Security Everywhere Deploy OCP across any cloud and on-premise infrastructure using Hosted Control Planes. Leverage Configuration Management cloud service across your fleet. Platform Consistency Reduced Security Risk Reduced Complexity Industry best tooling across workload delivery, cluster networking, governance, compliance, and business continuity all driven by desired state management. Unified Experience Reduced Total Cost of Ownership Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus
  10. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Hybrid Cloud Console 10 Managed

    Cluster Managed Cluster Managed Cluster • Extend the fleet level views with new layered experiences • Dynamic plugins enable partners & customers to create native integrations at the fleet or cluster level Hub Cluster • Activate the fleetwide experience and enable cluster lifecycle from the OCP Console with the new multicluster engine operator (MCE) • Fleet-wide auth for managed clusters Security Everywhere Platform Consistency Unified Experience New Hub⇆Managed Cluster Intelligence Unified OpenShift Platform Plus UX Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus
  11. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 11 Hybrid Cloud Governance &

    Compliance OpenShift GitOps Advanced Cluster Management Ansible Application Delivery MLOps Supply Chain Security Edge Advanced Cluster Security Cluster Lifecycle Management Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus Culture of Consistency through Automation
  12. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 storage infrastructure OpenShift storage services

    OpenShift Data Foundation Essentials OpenShift Data Foundation Advanced Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus 12 Container Storage Interface Cloud volumes, SAN, NAS, disk drives, flash arrays, etc) K8s workload+data protection (backup/recovery) K8s-native Disaster Recovery (orchestrated site fail-over) Availability tolerant of cloud zone, node, drive, net failures Multi-cluster Orchestration All-in-one data access methods (RWO, RWX, S3-compat object) OCP Console plug-in for monitoring, alerting • Azure File CSI • Cloud provider’s CSI migration • CSI in-line & ephemeral volumes • CSI resize • Secrets Store CSI • Selinux context mount PV-level encryption with KMS Cluster-wide encryption • Multi `cloud Object Gateway file system namespace • ODF LVMO for Single Node OpenShift (TP) • Richer IOPS, throughput, latency stats in OCP Console plug-in • Regional DR: ACM orchestrated failover of stateful workloads across regional sites • OpenShift APIs for Data Protection (v1.0), designed for backup/recovery partners OpenShift Multi-Cluster Storage
  13. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 13 Red Hat Quay Scanning

    coverage beyond container base images (Java / Go packages) Trust & verify with signatures Security Everywhere New RBAC model for unprivileged tenants Granular control over content creation and growth Platform Consistency Remediate security risk before production Consistent permission model Visual consistency with a completely new UI Integration of quay.io into console.redhat.com Unified Experience Consistent UX from self-managed to hosted Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus
  14. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security

    Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus 14 • Workload Vulnerabilities ◦ Admission controller to validate images signed with cosign ◦ Identify inactive software components for faster remediation ◦ Full host level vulnerability scanning starting with Red Hat CoreOS • Network Policy ◦ Identify missing network policies ◦ Intelligent recommendation for network policy creation ◦ Visual network policy editor Security Innovation • Policy Management ◦ Bulk operations with resource sets and policy sets ◦ RH ACS / OPA Gatekeeper integration • New KPI Dashboard • New Compliance GUI
  15. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security

    Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus 15 • Common compliance experience across RHACM and RH ACS • Common scanner experience across RH ACS and Quay • Service Mesh Portfolio Integration Open Source • Stackrox.io is the upstream project for RH ACS • Contribute StackRox scanning code to Clair • Contribute StackRox code to Falco collector libraries • Extend KubeLinter to cover Kubernetes operators ACS as a Cloud Service
  16. Telco and Edge 16 What’s Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022

  17. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 17 Hardware and Accelerators Infrastructure

    services including Networking, Storage, AI/ML in a separate cluster on ARM cores in the NIC. Tenant workloads in x86 cluster SmartNICs Programmable FPGA support for resources offload (e.g. firewall, load balancer, QoS…) and GPUs with 5G Core and RAN acceleration (GTP, FEC) Operators to manage Accelerators Accelerators Isolation of Tenant and Infrastructure cluster High Performance Network/Services and resource optimization Address Telco use cases with Optimal Platform Tuning and leverage Specialized Hardware NextGen Hardware Agile Infrastructure with the latest Hardware [Efficient, Scale, TCO] Telco 5G Core and Edge
  18. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Telco 5G Core and Edge

    Future install workflow 1. Install OpenShift 2. Apply the PerformanceProfile PAO becomes part OpenShift core components PAO is becoming a sub-controller of the Node Tuning Operator (NTO) Today’s install workflow 1. Install OpenShift 2. Install PAO Operator 3. Apply the PerformanceProfile Upgrade workflow: almost transparent 1. PerformanceProfile API is unchanged 2. PAO Operator is automatically uninstalled a. PerformanceProfile is now implemented by NTO! apiVersion: performance.openshift.io/v2 kind: PerformanceProfile metadata: name: myprofile spec: cpu: isolated: "2-21,26-37" reserved: "0-1,24-25" …/… 18
  19. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 19 The complexities of edge

    computing/5G RAN Different edge sites can vary in network connectivity, space, and power/cooling/performance Variability Need to deploy and manage hundreds to thousands sites and nodes Scale Nodes are tuned so that RAN realtime workloads can leverage advanced timing/synchronization and hardware accelerations. Advanced Timing and Synchronization Versatile footprints and infrastructure cost saving Ease of Management through RHACM and ZTP (RAN) Technology Evolution Telco 5G Core and Edge
  20. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 20 Telco 5G Core and

    Edge C W Single Node OpenShift ➤ Originally introduced in OpenShift 4.9 (Q4 2021) as bare-metal only: ◦ Introducing additional footprints through 2022, starting with Red Hat OpenStack Platform, Red Hat Virtualization, and vSphere (all with platform: none) to support more scenarios ➤ Minimum memory requirement in the process of being retroactively reduced to 16 GB RAM across all deployment paths based on further successful testing since GA in 4.9 Combined control plane and worker on a single server for edge use cases that require resilient in case of no or intermittent connectivity to a central site ➤ Worker node based capacity expansion for edge scenarios that require more per-site capacity, but not HA within a site (failover to another site is the HA model instead) ➤ Default networking for new single node deployments specifically will switch to OVN-Kubernetes in a future release to better align with edge networking requirements
  21. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Telco 5G Core and Edge

    21 Power Optimizations for Telco BIOS Hardware Red Hat CoreOS Red Hat OpenShift Telco Workload Enable application pods to set a required power performance profile • Extend PAO/NTO to allow the user to define a set of CPUs to offline if not needed • Tiered performance pools Develop automation to tune nodes for power savings prior to Zero Touch Provisioning Default all cores to lower power state at start-up
  22. OpenShift Cloud Services 22 What’s Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022

  23. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 23 New Cloud Service areas

    Cloud services Advanced Cluster Security Cloud Service Storage Cloud Service Software Supply Chain Cloud Service Developer Studio Cloud Service GitOps & Pipelines Cloud Service Complement our “cluster” Cloud Services with new “app” services. Cloud services that share the same technology investments in use within OpenShift for seamless integration Platform Consistency Developer access to multi-cluster aware tools without toil Multi-cluster Workload Cloud Service kcp
  24. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 24 Management @ console.redhat.com is

    getting better! Fleet Admin Workload Explorer Application Service Integrations Cloud services Shift past read-only to active management console.redhat.com Dive deeper into your clusters than was possible before Cluster Create Wizard Augment clusters with cloud application service capabilities Central and consistent management tools xKS Support Capacity Planning API Explorer Team Workspaces Your Apps APIs Fully managed Kube tools
  25. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Cloud services 25 Managed OpenShift

    Value Achieve compliance with more industry certifications and governmental compliances Security Everywhere If it runs on OpenShift it will run on managed OpenShift Platform Consistency Offer more flexibility in the kinds of workloads that can be run Reducing the barriers to adopting managed OpenShift Allow users to create all managed OpenShift clusters from one single location Unified Experience Simplicity of operations
  26. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Cloud services 26 Red Hat

    OpenShift cloud services BYO Key for KMS, enabling EBS encryption as well as multi-region keys. Short term token based credentials across supported clouds. Security Everywhere Only run the platform when you need it: Pause your environment (and payments) when not in use. Platform Efficiency Enable additional security options for our sensitive customers Enables most efficient use of resources Allow customers more options when choosing worker nodes to address many different workloads or budgets. Expanded choice Meet customer where they are
  27. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 27 kcp: transparent multi-cluster for

    your fleet Cloud services Smart Control Plane (kcp) Cluster 1 Cluster 3 Cluster 2 kubectl create -f app.yaml ↳Namespace ↳Deployment (replicas=5) ↳Service P P P P P Namespace My App Workspace • Works with any Kube YAML • Spread workload across clusters • Don’t worry about clusters • Solve scale issues by breaking down into smaller clusters • Apps can be assigned to groups of clusters • Cordon off a cluster for upgrade, removal, debugging Transparent multi-cluster for developers Easier management for infrastructure admins Open source project: https://github.com/kcp-dev/kcp/ Service launch will be later this year
  28. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Node Node Pod Pod •

    Start securing Kubernetes deployments in minutes • Secure any supported Kubernetes cluster across your hybrid cloud • Managed by Red Hat ◦ Red Hat SLA ◦ 24 x 7 support • Flexible consumption models Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus Introducing Advanced Cluster Security as a Service 28 ACS Node Node Pod Pod Node Node Pod Pod Node Node Pod Pod Private cloud Node Node Pod Pod EKS / ROSA AKS / ARO GKE / OSD RHOIC OCP
  29. Core, Platform and Developer Tools 29 What’s Next in OpenShift

    Q2CY2022
  30. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Installation, Updates, and Provider Integration

    30 • Add new platforms • Add new regions to existing platforms • Add more instances types and capabilities • Agent-based installer • Hosted Control Planes (HyperShift) • Composable installation Installation Upgrades Platforms Enable Hybrid Cloud Simplify onboarding Mitigate risk • Improve update behavior and conditional updates • Enhance update documentation Core, Platform and Developer Tools
  31. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 31 Compute • Enable pluggability

    with cloud native solutions: KMS, DNS, LB • GA Cert-manager • Enable Pod Security Admission by default • Alert when the etcd container memory consumption exceeds threshold Consistency • Self-driven control plane with automated scaling, backups and DR of the control plane • Introducing OpenShift CoreOS Layering • Improved Audit Logging • Improved API Server Alerting Experience Enables Hybrid Cloud and accelerates projects More choice and flexibility to meet standards and compliance • Enable Arm on more cloud providers • More IBM P/Z innovations • Mixed CPU chip architecture • DPU/IPU integration with unique architectural approach Platform Enable new workloads and reduce TCO Core, Platform and Developer Tools
  32. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 OpenShift CoreOS Layering 32 •

    Derive and configure customized RHEL CoreOS images through a container build pipeline • The output is a standard OCI container • Validate the build • Push to node: rpm-ostree applies the changed layers to disk (normal block device) • Maintain a redeployable process • 3rd party RPMs • RHEL packages not shipped in RHCOS • RHEL hotfix packages Custom Packages Build Process Create a golden build process Meet the needs of your environment & reduce issue resolution times Core, Platform and Developer Tools
  33. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Multi-cluster End-to-End Networking 33 Gateway

    API Platform-Native Load Balancing Ingress Controller Physical Virtual Private cloud Public cloud Managed cloud Edge Node Node Node Pod Pod Pod OVN OVS ▸ Unified traffic handling so you configure all your traffic the same way ▸ OVN for advanced traffic workloads ▸ IPv6 single/dual stack across all platforms that support it ▸ eBPF for policy, traffic control, tooling, debugging, observability ▸ Advanced host-level firewall functionality ▸ Observability enhancements across all networking (e.g. SR-IOV) ▸ Multi-NIC support to align host networking ▸ HW Offload (OVS, IPsec, ...) for performance ▸ ▸ Any supported platform – add or swap easily, hybrid scenarios ▸ Flexibility to use native traffic distribution and filtering (e.g. WAF) for optimal performance ▸ Your traffic, your way: L3-L7, Envoy, by-pass, custom HTTP header support Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus Istio Ingress Internet Submariner
  34. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Observability Networking 34 Security Everywhere

    Platform Consistency Unified Experience Core, Platform and Developer Tools Network Traffic Metrics and Tracing Network Policy and Governance Network Traffic Flow and Topology Whether one cluster or one hundred, developers and cluster administrators require seamless connectivity across applications. Security and regulatory compliance requires governance of traffic in, around, and out of networks. Developers and administrators require a common understanding of their traffic within and across cluster boundaries. Network Flow Data – New Insight & Presentation Tabular Netflow data, NOC Dashboard, Pod/Service/Node-specific Topology, New Metrics, Export options
  35. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Observability Monitoring, Logging and Distributed

    Tracing 35 Core, Platform and Developer Tools Enhancements to distinguish between Workload Monitoring & User Defined Projects to monitor flexible Hybrid Workloads and Applications Observability "The capacity for human to ask and answer questions" Easy handle on Distributed Visualization Flexibility Correlation Consistency Simplified Observability Improved Thanos and Prometheus Support to extend using remote write for storage and platform monitoring for OpenShift Workloads Extensible visualization flexibility enabling Dashboards or OpenShift Console Visualization Across Cluster Workloads. Log Exploration Tools OpenTelemetry Collector to help you decide how to best handle your Telemetry data and bring the legacy workloads into your observable focus. Either for one or many workloads, Distributed Tracing allows you to deal with the complexity of Distributed Workload scenarios easily. Data Collection Integrated
  36. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 36 Custom Metric Autoscaler (KEDA)

    Core, Platform and Developer Tools • KEDA is built on top of Kubernetes • Use ScaledObject/ScaledJob to define scaling metadata • Manages workloads to scale to 0 • Registers itself as k8s Metric Adapter • Provides metrics for Horizontal Pod Autoscaler (HPA) to scale on
  37. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 OpenShift on Bare Metal 37

    More hardware supported through Redfish improvements. Hosted Assisted Installer will be promoted to GA from Tech Preview. SaaS Installer Agent-based Installer Hardware support for nodes Hardware integration Improvements Assisted Installer GA Faster, easier on-premises installations Agent-based installer to easily create initial cluster. Automate on-premises clusters installations. Install via UI. Metal3 Core, Platform and Developer Tools
  38. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 OpenShift sandboxed containers 38 Core,

    Platform and Developer Tools Isolation using native Kube runtime (runtimeClass) Node Selection and pre-install Feature Discovery Monitoring/Metrics from OpenShift console Same Experience, Additional Isolation Unified Experience More deployment options for Bare Metal providers On-Premises and on Cloud (e.g., AWS) Reuse existing cloud stacks to achieve isolation, remove deployment restrictions Platform Consistency Optionality to lower barriers of entry Sandboxed containers policy with RHACM brings additional isolation at the fleet level. Qualifying to run on the various OpenShift form factors. Security Everywhere Secure by Default
  39. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 OpenShift Support for Windows Containers

    39 Core, Platform and Developer Tools Windows nodes will move to Containerd as the runtime, and CSI for storage, thus future proofing consistency and application portability for Windows Consistent experience with upstream Platform Consistency Support for Windows Server 2022, more networking plugins (Calico etc) to provide additional platform choices for Windows applications running on OpenShift Expanding Ecosystem Broader compatibility Health Management of Windows Nodes with self healing will allow for better resiliency of the Windows nodes (e.g. recovering from a Kubelet crash). Horizontal Pod Autoscaling of Windows pods to will enable workloads to be scaled to match demand Unified Experience Easy Management of Windows apps
  40. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 40 OpenShift Virtualization RBAC for

    VM templates Isolate Live Migration with dedicated network Multi-tenant virtual OpenShift clusters with Hosted Control Planes (HyperShift) Enhanced secondary network using micro-segmentation on OVN Security Everywhere More depl choices with Public Cloud & Bare Metal providers RHEL 9 & Windows 11 guests Network latency checks for telco and high performance workloads Enhanced Ecosystem of Data Protection partners Platform Consistency Enhanced security and controls for VMs Broader Compatibility Core, Platform and Developer Tools New VM creation Wizard flow VM centric overview page Performance tuned VM templates Improved flexibility with live migration policies Support RHEL High Availability Unified Experience Manage VMs at Scale
  41. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 • Enable new generic bundle

    API so OLM supports other package formats (e.g. Helm charts or raw k8s manifests.) • Expand bundle packaging to other Java/Quarkus SDK plugin. • Simplified procedure to create and update disconnected operator catalogs. • Granular content selection & automated pruning. • At day0 OLM-managed operator can be included in the cluster lifecycle. • Operators can define support constraints for cluster configurations. • Enable Operators to optimize memory usage and network performance. • Clusters get multi-tenancy with global operators using granular permission and visibility management. • Operator developers can introduce additional update graphs without a new release and promote versions between channels. • Improved testings around deprecated APIs and promote best practices across in the SDK and build pipeline. Enabling Workloads on OpenShift 41 Updates Core, Platform and Developer Tools Composable clusters + better scaling and tenancy. Disconnected Disconnected customers have a connected UX. Quality releases and publish in channels at ease. Operators Ecosystem Expanding Red Hat and partner ecosystem.
  42. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 Kubernetes-style multi-tenancy, GitOps self-service, expand

    support on cloud services, Power/Z/Arm archs GitOps workflows for CI, Extended pipeline history retention, expand support on cloud services, Arm arch Pipeline and Task governance, Curated Tekton Hub Secret management guidance, Secret manager integrations Helm workflow enhancements, application and cluster configurations bootstrapping Concurrency control, mono-repo support CI/CD & GitOps 42 OpenShift GitOps Security Everywhere Platform Consistency User Experience OpenShift Pipelines Software supply chain security Improve User Experience Improved operational experience Core, Platform and Developer Tools
  43. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 43 OpenShift Serverless End to

    End encryption for internal and external services Broker and Channel authentication and authorization Multi-Tenancy Security Everywhere OpenShift Serverless on every flavor of OpenShift on all managed flavors OSD/ROSA/ARO, disconnected clusters, and Single Node OpenShift Creation of apps in “cluster agnostic” environment Default deployment for stateless workload Platform Consistency Reduced exposure and risk Increased productivity Integration for platform services, Elevated Serverless Function experience. Event sources to cover the breadth of applicability Unified Experience Enhance developer experience for Event Driven solutions Core, Platform and Developer Tools
  44. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 44 OpenShift Service Mesh Secure

    traffic and manage application based policies consistently across a zero-trust multi-tenant, environment. Security Everywhere A consistent platform with Istio service mesh across clusters, cloud providers, regions, and infrastructure types. Platform Consistency Reduced exposure and risk across your network Reduce complexity with a consistent platform experience Improved integrations with OpenShift Console, cluster monitoring, API management, Ingress and more. Unified Experience Save time - solving integrations for you! Core, Platform and Developer Tools
  45. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 45 Migration Toolkit for Applications

    Enable adoption leads to take informed decisions and make the migration and modernization process measurable and predictable Gather Insight Fully integrated toolkit leveraging multiple Open Source tools with a seamless user experience Extended Scope Reduce risks Provide value on each stage of adoption Help organizations safely migrate and modernize their application portfolio to leverage OpenShift Migration Guidance Ease OpenShift adoption Core, Platform and Developer Tools
  46. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2022 46 Migration Toolkit for Red

    Hat OpenShift MTRHO migration by developers directly from OpenShift UI MTC mass migration by cluster admins in dedicated UI 2 migration tools 2 use-cases Always getting better at supporting 3=>4 migrations and in-place storage conversions Migration Toolkit for Containers MTC Core, Platform and Developer Tools Brand new operator to provide migration capabilities for developers directly from the OpenShift console Migration Toolkit for OpenShift MTRHO Tech preview expected mid-2022 MTC 1.8 expected later this year
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