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Implementing, Tuning, and Optimizing Workloads with Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Power

An IBM Redbooks publication


Published on 09 June 2023

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ISBN-10: 0738461121
ISBN-13: 9780738461120
IBM Form #: SG24-8537-00

Authors: Dino Quintero, Tim Simon, Tushar Agrawal, Sambasiva Andaluri, Shahid Ali, Daniel Casali, Munshi Hafizul Haque, Diogo Horta, Shrirang Kulkarni, Nick Lawrence, Laszlo Niesz, Gabriel Padilla, Gustavo Santos, Shiv Tiwari and Sundaragopal Venkatraman

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    Enterprises everywhere are challenged to provide new services and environments based on hybrid cloud. The new paradigm of using hybrid cloud solutions to meet new business requirements can be challenging.

    This IBM Redbooks® publication is designed to show you how to implement a hybrid cloud solution that uses the industry leading hybrid cloud platform (Red Hat OpenShift) on IBM Power based servers. By combining Red Hat OpenShift and IBM Power servers, you can create a highly reliable and scalable cloud environment. We provide hints and tips about how to install your Red Hat OpenShift cluster, and also provide guidance about how to size and tune your environment to meet your user’s expectations.

    This publication is suitable for a broad group of readers that are interested in understanding how IBM Power servers can be used in a Red Hat OpenShift environment and how they can take advantage of the benefits that are delivered by an IBM Power based cloud solution, that is, scalability, reliability, and security. This publication provides implementation details and case studies that make this publication especially helpful to system admins and cloud services implementors.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introduction

    Chapter 2. Performance and tuning

    Chapter 3. IBM Power processor performance capabilities

    Chapter 4. Red Hat OpenShift architecture and design

    Chapter 5. IBM Cloud Paks on Red Hat OpenShift running on IBM Power

    Chapter 6. Use cases


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