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Red Hat Enhances Developer Experience on OpenShift with Latest Portfolio Updates

10/13/2021 | 09:00am EST

Red Hat, Inc. announced a series of updates in its portfolio of developer tools and programs aimed at delivering greater productivity, security and scale for developers building applications on Red Hat OpenShift, the industry’s leading enterprise Kubernetes platform. With updates to tools like Red Hat OpenShift Pipelines, Red Hat OpenShift GitOps and the Red Hat build of Quarkus — as well as an expanding roster of training resources available on Kube By Example — Kubernetes developers can more easily build, automate and deploy cloud-native applications for hybrid multicloud environments. Enhancing the developer experience with tools and capabilities that not only address the top challenges developers face, but also enable them to work more efficiently, is critically important for organizations today. When speed and agility can mean the difference between remaining competitive or losing relevance in the market, the ability to quickly deliver new products and services needs to be a top priority. According to a 2021 developer survey by Stack Overflow, Kubernetes and Git are two of the most loved and most wanted tools among developers today— and for good reason. Kubernetes is the leading container orchestration platform and the de facto standard for automating the deployment and management of cloud-native applications in production. Combined with tools like OpenShift Pipelines, a cloud-native CI/CD system, and OpenShift GitOps, a powerful version control tool, Red Hat OpenShift gives developers a solid foundation to drive greater agility across the application life cycle. The latest versions of OpenShift GitOps and OpenShift Pipelines introduce new capabilities that help improve the developer experience. OpenShift Pipelines now further integrates into software development lifecycles, automating updates to be applied across all environments. This includes deeper integration with the open source Tekton project, using webhooks to trigger pipelines upon specific git events like a push to a repository or merging a pull request. OpenShift Pipelines is also now verified to work in fully managed environments, via Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS and Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated. With the OpenShift console, developers can more easily take advantage of community tasks in pipelines via an integration with TektonHub. With OpenShift GitOps, developers can now enable greater code security through practices that define where, when and how updates can be made via Git. This includes enhanced security, simplifying multitenancy configurations and the ability to use OpenShift credentials for logging into ArgoCD. The open source Quarkus project offers developers powerful capabilities for building and extending their Java- and Spring-based applications in a Kubernetes-native world. Using a unique compile-time boot process and tight integration with OpenShift, the Red Hat build of Quarkus provides access to production-ready capabilities that are well-suited for building cloud-native applications. The latest release introduces a number of features that help to improve overall developer productivity, including: Continuous testing, which gives developers near-instant feedback on code changes, helps to boost developer efficiency. A new Quarkus CLI that eliminates the need for developers to use Gradle or Maven commands, which provides greater consistency and brevity for common tasks. An updated, more graphical developer user interface gives visual representations of extensions and documentation, REST endpoints, CDI beans, and more. New developer services that automatically create, configure, and connect popular databases, message queues, and more to applications as they are developed. As a Kubernetes-native framework designed for developing fast, lightweight applications, Quarkus also provides an ideal platform for writing serverless functions. The latest release introduces integration with Funqy, a portable function API, and Knative, an open source project that adds components for deploying, running, and managing serverless, cloud-native applications to Kubernetes (both integrations currently available as technology previews).


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