Category: IBM Power Systems

  • Multi Arch Compute OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) cluster on IBM Power 

    Following the release of Red Hat OpenShift 4.14, clients can run x86 and IBM Power Worker Nodes in the same OpenShift Container Platform Cluster with Multi-Architecture Compute. A study compared the performance implications of deploying applications on a Multi Arch Compute OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) cluster with a cluster exclusively built on IBM Power architecture.…

  • Awesome Notes – 11/28

    Here are some great resources for OpenShift Container Platform on Power: Explore Multi Arch Compute in OpenShift cluster with IBM Power systems In the ever-evolving landscape of computing, the quest for optimal performance and adaptability remains constant. This study delves into the performance implications of deploying applications on a Multi Arch Compute OpenShift Container Platform…

  • Useful Notes for September and October 2023

    Hi everyone, I’ve been heads down working on Multiarchitecture Compute and the Power platform for IBM. How to add /etc/hosts file entries in OpenShift containers Infrastructure Nodes in OpenShift 4 A link to Infra nodes which provide a specific role in the cluster. Multiarchitecture Compute Research Calling all IBM Power customers looking to impact…

  • Protected: Webinar: Introducing Red Hat OpenShift Installer-Provisioned Installation (IPI) for IBM Power Virtual Servers

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  • Weekly Notes

    Here are my weekly learnings and notes: Podman Desktop updates v1.0.1 Podman Desktop is an open source graphical tool enabling you to seamlessly work with containers and Kubernetes from your local environment. In a cool update, the Podman Desktop team added support for OpenShift Local in v1.0.1 and Kind clusters are already there. We can do…

  • Weekly Notes

    In this update, I found a subnet cidr cheat sheet that helps greatly.

  • Weekly Notes

    There are so many interesting things to share: crane is a tool for interacting with remote images and registries. You can extract a binary my-util for a given architecture using: You can extract a binary from a manifest-listed image using: a. IBM/powervs-tang-server-automation: v1.0.4 b. IBM/powervm-tang-server-automation: v1.0.0