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What's New in OpenShift 4.14

What's New in OpenShift 4.14

Key updates, changes, and new features released in Red Hat OpenShift 4.14.

View the presentation of these slides directly from the OpenShift Product Management team at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0Je1UMqRNc.

View the current roadmap and other presentations from OpenShift Product Management at https://www.redhat.com/en/whats-new-red-hat-openshift.

To learn more about Red Hat OpenShift, visit https://redhat.com/openshift.

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  1. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Significant list of other graduations

    to stable: ▸ Default container annotation to be used by kubectl ▸ TimeZone support in Cronjob ▸ Expose metrics about resource requests and limits that represent the pod model ▸ Server side unknown field validation ▸ Node topology manager ▸ Add gRPC probe to Pod.Spec.Container.{Liveness,Readiness, Startup} probe ▸ Add configurable grace period to probes ▸ OpenAPI v3 ▸ Stay on supported Go versions Major Themes and Features ▸ SeccompDefault graduates to stable ▸ Mutable scheduling directives for Jobs graduates to GA ▸ DownwardAPIHugePages graduates to stable ▸ Pod Scheduling Readiness goes to beta ▸ Node log access via Kubernetes API ▸ ReadWriteOncePod PersistentVolume access mode to beta ▸ Respect PodTopologySpread after rolling upgrades ▸ Faster SELinux volume relabeling using mounts ▸ Robust VolumeManager reconstruction to beta ▸ Mutable Pod Scheduling Directives to beta CRI-O 1.27 Kubernetes 1.27 OpenShift 4.14 Release Announcement: https://kubernetes.io/blog/2023/04/11/kubernetes-v1-27-release/ 3 Kubernetes 1.27
  2. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Notable Top RFEs and Components

    Top Requests for Enhancement (RFEs) ▸ Add additional HTTP header to HAProxy without customizing haproxy.conf ▸ This allows for additional protection to be added to HTTP requests and prevent certain attack vectors from being exposed. ▸ Azure Managed/Workload Identity ▸ Create and manage OpenShift clusters with temporary, limited privilege credentials on self-managed clusters ▸ GCP tags (Technology Preview) ▸ Labels and tags can be used for categorizing, organizing and managing resources created for a particular cluster shipped in OpenShift 4.14 for customers 26 RFEs 4
  3. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Azure Managed/Workload Identity (MI/WI) 6

    What Azure managed/workload identities for customer-managed OpenShift clusters ▸ Create and manage OpenShift clusters with temporary, limited privileges Who Cluster administrators who deploy OpenShift clusters on Azure. Developers who run operators on Azure using access controls with temporary, limited privilege credentials. ▸ Operator Lifecycle Manager (OLM) managed operators to leverage MI/WI coming in next release (manual configuration for now) Why Minimize permissions needed to operate a cluster in Azure ▸ Identity and access management best practice ▸ Remove use of Azure service principal to install cluster Availability Supported in all Azure regions where Azure managed identity and Azure Active Directory workload identity is available Limitations Applies to new clusters from OpenShift 4.14+ only. ▸ You cannot migrate (or upgrade) an existing OpenShift cluster to use Azure MI/WI
  4. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 7 What ▸ “External” platform

    allows for partner integrations. ▸ Builds on top of Installing a cluster on any platform with additional capabilities. Who ▸ Provides partners a self-service approach to onboard their platform/provider to OpenShift and to add their own infrastructure components. Why ▸ Previous approaches required modifications to OpenShift source code and took multiple releases to onboard. ▸ Partners now have full control of their own infrastructure management components for release and lifecycle management. Availability ▸ Applies to OpenShift 4.14+ clusters. Notes ▸ Customers and partners can continue to use Installing a cluster on any platform for not yet tested RHEL certified virtualization, bare-metal host or cloud provider environments. External Platform for Onboarding Third Party Integrations platform: external: platformName: "providerName"
  5. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 SCC Preemption Prevention and PSA

    Improvements 8 SCC Preemption: SCCs are part of the OpenShift API and are subject to modifications by customers. This would lead to preemption issues that resulted in: ▸ Modifications of out-of-the-box SCCs causing core workloads to malfunction ▸ Addition of new higher priority SCCs that overrule existing pinned out-of-the-box SCCs during SCC admission and cause core workloads to malfunction ▸ Often encountered with Layered Products as well such as ACS, Storage Operators from OpenShift partner teams You can now pin your workload to specific SCC to prevent against SCC preemption issues PSA Improvements: ▸ Default and Kube System namespace have privileged enabled for Cloud provider ease of integration ▸ User should be able to modify pod-security.kubernetes.io-labels
  6. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Secrets Store CSI Driver Operator

    (TechPreview) Mount secrets from external secret storage solutions Mount Secrets directly for Application usage SSCSI driver mounts secrets in tmpfs, so Secrets are deleted when pod is deleted Secret Auto-rotation Operator is configured to sync with external secret storage every 2 minutes and auto-rotate if secret content has changed Sync as Kubernetes Secrets Operator can sync secrets and create Kubernetes secrets. Available in OperatorHub Integrates with Secret Store CSI Driver Providers Upstream Azure, GCP, AWS and Vault New 9
  7. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 10 OpenShift on Arm •

    Round out cloud platform support to all running OpenShift on highly efficient, high performance per watt architectures o-----------------------------o • Support for Arm on GCP • oc mirror parity with x86 Multi-architecture Cluster • More cluster flexibility by allowing nodes of different architecture, now with more cloud platforms and a guided install experience o------------------------------o • Multi-architecture compute platforms: ◦ GCP with Arm ◦ Bare Metal Arm ◦ Add IBM Power or IBM Z to x86 clusters • Hosted Control Planes - Arm control plane, x86 compute, AWS (Tech preview) • Assisted Installer support • Autoscale from zero IBM Power and IBM Z • Run OpenShift on highly available, highly secure, scalable hardware. o-----------------------------o • Single Node OpenShift support • Hosted Control Planes - x86 control plane, Power or Z compute (Tech Preview) • oc mirror parity with x86 • Install secured cluster services with Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security (RHACS) operator Systems Enablement
  8. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 11 Longer lifecycle for Multi

    Architectures for EUS Releases What Match existing x86 lifecycle with additional 6 month of Extended Update Support (EUS) phase on even numbered OpenShift (OKE, OCP, OPP) releases and a subset of layered operators for multiple architectures ▸ ARM, IBM Power, and IBM Z Who Those with Premium subscriptions, [or Standard subscriptions + an add-on SKU] When Starting with OpenShift 4.14 and applying to subsequent even numbered releases of OpenShift. Why ▸ Support customers and partners struggling to maintain pace with 4.y cadence ▸ Align approach and offering rules of OCP EUS to RHEL’s program rules Note ▸ EUS to EUS upgrades continue the same behaviour. ▸ Layered operators/operands and products will continue to have their own lifecycle. ▸ Layered operator lifecycles are available on the OpenShift lifecycle page.
  9. Hosted Control Planes for Red Hat OpenShift What’s new (w/

    MCE 2.4) • Baremetal with the Agent Provider (GA) • OpenShift Virtualization Provider (GA) • AWS provider [Continuation] (Tech Preview) • Arm CP and x86 NodePools on AWS (Tech Preview) • IBM Power/Z NodePools (Tech Preview) Tailor the setup to your needs with high Flexibility ( ) • Bare Metal (Agent), VM workers (OpenShift Virtualization), or even on the cloud (AWS) • Mixed Architecture between CP/DP (Arm, Power/Z) Optimize your economics, Increase your Margins, and Meet your Eco-Friendly Goals (💰 ☘) • ~30% infra savings, ~65% for SREs/Operations savings. • ~60% time-saving for devs (⬆ Productivity), ~50% reductions in power & facility costs. Reduce Multi-cluster Overhead ( 🔋🪫 ) • Solve for Multi-cluster, build on a efficient grounds. • Build your Cluster-as-a-Service on top for speed and efficiency (check the cluster-template-operator) Streamline Role Management & Segmentation (🔐) • Persona Decoupling no more clashing concerns between admins and users. • Fewer mis-configuration errors 💥. 12 Why it matters What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  10. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Red Hat OpenShift Networking 13

    Open Virtual Network (OVN) Enhancements Included in any upgrade to OpenShift 4.14+ ▸ Every cluster node hosts its own network flow data versus querying control nodes for it ▸ Improved scale ・ Network flow data is localized on every node which reduces operational latency ・ Adding nodes to a cluster has a much smaller impact on cluster-wide traffic ・ Now scales linearly with node count: O(1) versus O(#workers / 3-control-nodes) ▸ Improved stability ・ No RAFT control node leader election, a major source of cluster instability ▸ Isolated networking loss in case of issue ・ Any cluster node lost affects just that node instead of the whole cluster network ・ Properly deployed apps (across nodes) are unaffected by any single node loss ▸ Improved Security ・ Cluster nodes don’t need to know the networking of other cluster nodes, or communicate their own control plane ovnkube-cluster-manager NBDB northd SBDB data plane ovnkube controller OVS ovn controller OVS Bridge NIC pod: ovnkube-control-plane pod: ovnkube-node
  11. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Red Hat now ships fully

    automated tooling to implement the DISA STIG for OpenShift via the Compliance Operator US DISA STIG is the MANDATED security baseline for the Department of Defense, and is widely used by civilian and commercial agencies DISA STIG for OpenShift and Compliance Operator Profile 14 DISA is the US DoD’s common IT service provider DISA releases the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 4.12 Security Technical Implementation Guide – DoD Cyber Exchange https://docs.openshift.com/container-platform/4.13/security/compliance_operator/co-scans/compliance-oper ator-supported-profiles.html
  12. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 15 Standardized operator lifecycle Starting

    with 4.14, all Red Hat operators now fall into one of three tiers Platform Aligned ▸ Multiple version lines supported in parallel ▸ Release dates aligned OCP ▸ Lifecycle length aligned with OCP ▸ Channel names aligned with OCP ▸ No update required during the lifecycle of a given OCP release to stay supported Platform Agnostic ▸ Multiple version lines supported in parallel ▸ Custom Release dates ▸ Shorter Lifecycle length ▸ Minor-version based channel names ▸ Updates may be required during the lifecycle of a given OCP release to stay supported Full List of all Red Hat operators and their tiers can be found at the end of this slide deck Rolling Stream ▸ Only a single, latest version is supported at a given time ▸ Frequent releases ▸ Every release supports all OCP versions ▸ Only a single channel ▸ Updates are mandatory to stay supported For every supported OpenShift release, there is at least one version of every Red Hat operator in support
  13. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Examples ▸ Dynamic Demo Plugin

    ▸ CronTab Plugin ▸ Plugin Template API ▸ QueryBrowser ▸ useAnnotationsModal ▸ useDeleteModal ▸ useLabelsModal ▸ useActiveNamespace ▸ ErrorBoundaryFallbackPage Dynamic Plugins Updates for the OCP Console New Extension Points with Updated Examples
  14. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 ▸ RFE-2649 : Implement strict

    search in the OpenShift Console ▸ RFE-3979 : Add ability to show/hide tooltips in the yaml editor ▸ RFE-3775 : Make dynamic plugins proxy timeout customizable ▸ RFE-2678 : Disable static content available from OpenShift Console without authentication ▸ RFE-3260 : Notification banner over web-console for upgrade path blockage Console RFEs Direct Customer Requests → Customer Happiness
  15. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Developer Tools Update Just the

    highlights today! Check out: ▸ The Developer Perspective in OpenShift Console includes new Quick Starts to discover developer tools, improved OpenShift Pipelines user experience with autodetection of PAC in git import flow, inclusion of Serverless Functions in the samples catalog, and more!. ▸ Podman Desktop adds new capabilities to help developers run Docker Desktop extensions, install on Arm64 Windows systems. ▸ OpenShift IDE extension now has OpenShift Serverless & Helm Charts integrated in VSCode ▸ IntelliJ Quarkus plugin with improved performance and Qute template support ▸ VSCode Java crossing 28.4M downloads. Java 21 support coming soon. ▸ Odo 3.15 is now available with a new graphical UI ▸ Developer Hub v0.2 wraps its Helm chart as an operator for OpenShift 4.14, bundles plugins such as ArgoCD, AzureDevOps, Datadog, Gitlab, OCM, Tekton, Topology view, Quay. 20 Watch out for a separate DEVELOPER EDITION presentation coming the next weeks!! developers.redhat.com
  16. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Kube Native Java with Quarkus

    22 Key Features & Updates (Quarkus 3.2) ▸ New UI improves navigation, metrics tracking, endpoint management ▸ Upgrade to major dependencies ▸ Hibernate 6 (Highlighting, Mapping improvements) ▸ Quarkus Cache extension supports Redis backend ▸ Improved Native Builds ▸ Performance, debug, JFR events ▸ Observability ▸ OpenTelemetry autoconfiguration, OTLP exporter included ▸ Security ▸ OIDC: Front-channel logout, custom token verification ▸ Dynamic @RolesAllowed naming ▸ MicroProfile 6: Observability, OpenAPI, JWT improvements ▸ Tooling ▸ New Dev Service: Kubernetes ▸ CLI extensible with plugins ▸ quarkus deploy simplifies OpenShift integration, quarkus image simplifies container build/push. ▸ quarkus update handles most tedious upgrade work ▸ Simplified Azure Functions development Revamped Dev UI
  17. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Application Modernization ▸ Migration Toolkit

    for Applications (version 6.2) ▸ Integration with Jira: Applications in the inventory can now be exported as issues in Jira and report their status back to MTA. ▸ Migration Waves: Enables Project Managers and Architects to break the portfolio into different waves and execute the adoption effort in an iterative fashion ▸ OpenShift Monitoring integration: allows users to consume metrics from their MTA installation. 23 ▸ Migration Toolkit for Runtimes (version 1.2) ▸ Java 17 support ▸ Decompilation and analysis of applications based on Java 17 ▸ Eclipse Plugin Java 17 compatibility ▸ Operator upgrade, now based on Quarkus and the Quarkus Operator SDK. ▸ New rulesets and targets: OpenJDK 21, JBoss Web Server 6 (Tomcat 10), Camel 4, Red Hat JBoss EAP 8 (expected to GA in Q4), Java/Jakarta EE to Quarkus migrations. Example analysis report
  18. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 OpenShift Pipelines ▸ OpenShift Pipelines

    1.12 (Tekton Pipelines 0.50) ▸ Tekton Chains is now Generally Available for use. ▸ Tekton Results for extended pipeline history retention (Tech Preview) ▸ Support for external PostgreSQL server ▸ Support for Google Storage Bucket, S3, etc as external log storage ▸ Accessed via CLI or API (Console integration coming soon…) ▸ Pipelines as code ▸ Custom Parameter support ▸ Ability to limit GitHub token scope to repository or set as global ▸ Improved integration of GitHub roles and policies for comment actions e.g. pull request/ok-to-test ▸ Operator: ▸ Configure default and maximum SCC for namespaces for tasks and pipelineruns ▸ Ability to enable experimental (non-supported) Tekton configs through the “options” field 25
  19. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 26 ▸ OpenShift GitOps 1.10

    ▸ Includes Argo CD 2.8 ▸ Three monitoring dashboards in the OpenShift Admin console ▸ New standalone GitOps docs site (versioned) ▸ Dynamic scaling for the Application controller ▸ Option to ignore tracked resource updates OpenShift GitOps
  20. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 OpenShift Serverless 27 Key Features

    & Updates ▸ Serverless 1.30 : Update to Knative 1.9 ▸ Serverless functions on IBM zSystems and Power ▸ s2i builder ▸ Pipeline as a Code for Serverless Functions -TP ▸ Hosted Control Planes support ▸ More configuration options for net-Kourier ▸ Multi-Container support - GA ▸ Event Mesh integration with Service Mesh - TP ▸ Serverless Logic TP ▸ Orchestration for Functions and Services ▸ CLI and Workflow Editor( UX)
  21. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 28 OpenShift Service Mesh ▸

    OpenShift Service Mesh 2.4.3 introduced: ▸ Technology Preview on ARM64 clusters ▸ gRPC extension for external authorization ▸ OpenShift Service Mesh 2.5 is coming soon: ▸ Based on Istio 1.18 and Kiali 1.73 ▸ Support for Service Mesh on ARM64 ▸ Developer preview of IPv4/IPv6 Dual-Stack ▸ “Sail Operator” - Developer Preview of OpenShift Service Mesh 3 is now available: ▸ Based directly on upstream Istio ▸ See blog “A new operator for Istio on OpenShift”
  22. OpenShift 4.14 Supported Providers Installation Experiences Automated Full Control Interactive

    – Connected - Auto-provisions infrastructure - *KS like - Enables self-service - Bring your own hosts - You choose infrastructure automation - Full flexibility - Integrate ISV solutions - Hosted web-based guided experience - Agnostic, bare metal, vSphere and Nutanix - ISO driven - Disconnected / air -gapped - Automatable installations via CLI - Bare metal, vSphere, SNO - ISO driven Installer Provisioned Infrastructure User Provisioned Infrastructure Assisted Installer Agent-based Installer Local – Disconnected Azure Stack Hub Bare Metal IBM Power Systems Outposts(TP) (TP) (Dev Preview) and IBM LinuxONE 30 What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  23. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 31 OpenShift on cloud providers

    ▸ Deploy OpenShift into a shared VPC in AWS using the existing Route53 DNS Zone ▸ Custom security groups in AWS for the user to attach control plane and compute nodes instances to enforce user specific network rules ▸ User defined tags in GCP (TP) to provide additional custom labels at install time ▸ Azure and Azure Stack Hub network restricted deployments ▸ User defined tags in Azure (GA) to provide additional custom labels at install time ▸ Support custom RHCOS image sources for GCP and Azure ▸ Support Nat Gateway in Azure to be used for the outbound traffic for OpenShift (TP)
  24. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 OpenShift on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

    (Dev Preview) 32 (Dev Preview) ▸ Assisted Installer for connected deployments ▸ Agent-based Installer for restricted network deployments ▸ Leverages external platform type ▸ Includes partner provided components, e.g. Oracle Cloud Controller Manager (CCM) and Oracle Container Storage Interface (CSI) ▸ Must use RHEL certified OCI shapes with x86 and Arm64 architecture ▸ Bring Your Own Subscription (BYOS) OpenShift ▸ Available for preview by request How to deploy Red Hat OpenShift on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Demo
  25. VMware vSphere Notable Changes in OpenShift 4.14 33 Feature OpenShift

    4.14 Guidance Static IP addresses for vSphere nodes Technology Preview Provision and scale vSphere machines with static IPs How to perform an IPI installation of OpenShift on vSphere with static IP addresses blog Quicker machine deployments GA vSphere Template support for RHCOS for faster installation OpenShift on Oracle Cloud VMware Solution (OCVS) GA Available for OpenShift 4.12, 4.13 and 4.14 as a VMware Cloud Verified provider Migration to vSphere CSI GA Enabled by default in OpenShift 4.14, more details in the Storage section. Additional details and guidance at OpenShift 4.14 Release Notes. What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  26. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 34 Agent-Based Installer Install On

    Any Platform (platform: none) Install OpenShift on any infrastructure, including virtualization and cloud environments Disk Encryption And Partitioning To comply with security policies (e.g. PCI DSS) PXE Boot Support Create PXE artifacts to boot from the network Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (Dev Preview) Install OpenShift on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with Agent Installer for restricted networks apiVersion: v1 baseDomain: example.com compute: - name: worker replicas: 3 controlPlane: name: master replicas: 3 metadata: name: platform-agnostic-cluster platform: none: {} diskEncryption: enableOn: all mode: tpmv2 # openshift-install agent create pxe-files
  27. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 35 OpenShift on Nutanix Minimum

    Required Permissions Published Use a restrictive set of permissions for Prism Central to comply with security policies Egress IP Support Configure OpenShift SDN to assign one or more egress IP addresses to a project Control Plane Machine Sets Support Automate the management of the control plane Deploy on Nutanix Clusters from RHACM Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management 2.9 deploys OpenShift clusters on Nutanix via CLI and UI Three-node Clusters Support Deploy 3-node compact clusters acting as control plane and compute machines platform: nutanix: apiVIPs: - defaultMachinePlatform: bootType: Legacy categories: - key: <category_key_name> value: <category_value> project: type: name name: <project_name> ingressVIPs: - prismCentral: endpoint: address: your.prismcentral.domainname port: 9440 password: <password> username: <username>
  28. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 36 Deploy on Bare Metal

    from Cloud The Bare Metal Operator Now Supports AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Use Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management or the Multicluster Engine in Azure, AWS, or Google Cloud to deploy bare metal clusters on your premises
  29. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Flexible OpenShift Installation Disable/enable capabilities

    from installation 37 ▸ Include / exclude one or more optional capabilities (includes operators) during installation ▸ Option to enable a previously excluded capabilities after cluster is installed ▸ Optional capabilities you can exclude: ◦ Machine API operator, cluster autoscaler operator, cluster control plane machine set operator, Build capability (affects Build and BuildConfig) ◦ (in addition to baremetal operator, console operator, csi-snapshot-controller operator, Insights operator, marketplace operator, node tuning operator, storage operator, and openshift-samples operator) ▸ More at Customize your Kubernetes - OpenShift gets composable and Installing Cluster Capabilities. Cluster capabilities capabilities: baselineCapabilitySet: vCurrent additionalEnabledCapabilities: - CSISnapshot - Console - Storage Excerpt from Install-config.yaml
  30. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Cloud Controller Manager(CCM) and Cluster

    API 38 Out-of-tree Cloud Controller Manager Cluster API What We GA’ed out-of-tree Cloud controller Manager(CCM) for AWS, Azure platforms. Create Machines and MachineSets in CAPI Why Originally, Kubernetes implemented cloud provider-specific functionalities natively within the main Kubernetes tree (as in-tree modules). With more infrastructure providers supporting Kubernetes, the in-tree method became impractical and no longer advised. New providers supporting Kubernetes must follow the out-of-tree model. We gradually plan to replace the Machine API controllers/code with Cluster API controllers and API types to reduce the maintenance burden of maintaining two competing solutions across multiple products. Users will be able to create Machines and MachineSets in CAPI for the following platforms; Azure, vSphere, (Possibly OpenStack + Baremetal).AWS & GCP is already TP. When Starting with OpenShift 4.14 OpenShift 4.15+ Who No impact on user in any way. The out-of-tree implementation is backward compatible and does not impact OpenShift. Users benefit from CAPI as it improves the scope of Machine management. This feature will come out as a Tech Preview and will provide a migration path to CAPI when it GAs.
  31. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 OpenShift On OpenStack 4.14 Update

    39 ▸ MasterNode Root Volume types ◦ Ability to choose root volume type for control plane vms at installation and in day2 (via CPMS) ◦ Exposing local storage from the compute hosts for lower latency and I/Ops performance ◦ Preserves the flexibility of using network attached storage such as ceph for th worker machines ▸ External Load Balancing with IPI ◦ Support for MetalLB in BGP mode ◦ BYOLB VIPs at install ▸ Master Node deployment Via MachieSets ◦ Simplifies the controlplane recovery procedure ◦ Enables better scaling
  32. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 40 40 • Easier installation

    ◦ Contain-native installation reduces risk and creates better UX • Faster deployment ◦ Not just easier, but faster - reducing time to market • Unified management ◦ New management for today’s applications ◦ Shared bare metal resource inventory • For More information ◦ Announcement ◦ Release Notes ◦ Deployment guide Early access Dev Preview is Now available OpenStack services pods Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform Red Hat Enterprise Linux CoreOS RHOSP Compute Nodes OpenShift / OpenStack Bare Metal Resources
  33. ▸ Machine Config Operator (MCO) certificate rotation with paused pools

    ▸ Additional MCO metrics in Prometheus ▸ Offline provisioning of network-bound disk encryption ▸ NetworkManager-libreswan now available as an extension 42 RHEL CoreOS & Machine Config Operator Features Generally available in 4.14 What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  34. Container Native Operating System 43 Make it so! CoreOS Layering

    on-cluster builds Custom RHCOS Image Dockerfile Administrator Container Registry Base RHCOS Image Machine Config Operator MachineConfig Pool $ oc apply Machine OS Builder D ev Preview in 4.14
  35. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Features ▸ Next generation of

    cgroups in the kernel. All new development happens in v2. ▸ Better node stability under OOM pressure scenarios. Implementation details ▸ Customer to check their java version compatibility with CgroupV2 (Please see release notes for more details) ▸ Cgroup V1 is available as non default ▸ All new cluster will be on CgroupV2 ▸ All upgrading cluster will be on CgroupV1 with option to move to CgroupV2 as Day 2 Cgroup V2 as Default Making Openshift more stable
  36. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Feature ▸ Pre loaded dashboard

    with predefined metrics . ▸ Sometimes even though there is lot of CPU/Mem left in the server but scheduler cannot schedule pod. ▸ This dashboard will help in understanding why my scheduler cannot schedule pod in that node Node Dashboard for monitoring pod density per node Define your own green zone/red zone
  37. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Feature ▸ Customers are encouraged

    to use Deployment instead of Deploymentconfig Deprecated deploymentconfig to deployment Depreciation does not means “Removal”
  38. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Feature ▸ Due to default

    memory limit in descheduler it gets OOM kills especially in cluster with lot of pods where it needs more memory to deschedule lots of pods . We have removed memory limit in descheduler to avoid OOM kills Enable customer to use Descheduler in big clusters Removing memory limits in descheduler resources: limits: cpu: "100m" memory: "500Mi" requests: cpu: "100m" memory: "500Mi" resources: requests: cpu: "100m" memory: "500Mi" Previous New Changes
  39. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Feature ▸ The MaxUnavailableStatefulSet allows

    users to specify the maximum number of pods that can be unavailable during an upgrade. This means multiple pods can be upgraded in parallel, reducing the overall time taken for the upgrade and ensuring that a larger portion of the database remains available. apiVersion: apps/v1 kind: StatefulSet metadata: name: database-cluster spec: replicas: 5 updateStrategy: type: RollingUpdate rollingUpdate: maxUnavailable: 2 ... Tech preview MaxUnavailableStatefulSet featureset Technology Preview
  40. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 OCP Auth Updates in 4.14

    Secure OIDC token workflow with oc login –web Auth Operator Proxy checks Optimized to reduce frequent proxy config check PSa labels Modifications by user when label sync on namespace is disabled 50
  41. What's new in OpenShift 4.14 Red Hat OpenShift Networking Enhancements

    Admin Network Policy - Tech Preview • OpenShift will support Admin Network Policy to enhance overall cluster security by providing cluster-admin-only policies that cannot be overridden by project admins or individual developers • Tech Preview of East-West pod-to-pod enablement at OpenShift 4.14 • Egress-specific policy targeting 4.15 for full GA of the feature Networking Enhancements OVN-Kubernetes as Secondary Interface [ GA ] • Traditional secondary network plugins are simple / single-purpose and do not have the feature-rich capabilities of OVN • For customers that want an additional (secondary) pod interface with the full feature set of OVN, OpenShift will support the ovn-kubernetes CNI plug-in on secondary interfaces • Common use cases: ▪ Traffic segregation ▪ CNF development, ▪ Virtualization (tenant networks, live-migration, etc.
  42. What's new in OpenShift 4.14 Red Hat OpenShift Networking Enhancements

    OVN-Kubernetes North South IPsec [Tech Preview] • OpenShift is adding support for North-South IPsec, and integrating it with the existing East-West IPsec capability • Mechanics: ◦ IPsec East-West: move to Host from cluster pod ◦ IPsec North-South: join with E-W on Host • Allows for encryption offload [Coming soon] • Adds telemetry Networking Enhancements OVN-Kubernetes Multiple External Gateways • Provides a declarative approach to defining the external gateways in a cluster • Cluster Admin can use RBAC to control configuration apiVersion: k8s.ovn.org/v1 kind: AdminPolicyBasedExternalRoute metadata: name: multi-hop-policy spec: from: namespaceSelector: matchLabels: trafficType: "egress" nextHops: static: - ip: "" - ip: "" dynamic: - podSelector: matchLabels: gatewayPod: "" namespaceSelector: matchLabels: egressTraffic: "" networkAttachmentName: gigabyte
  43. What's new in OpenShift 4.14 Red Hat OpenShift Networking Enhancements

    Networking Enhancements • Support for Migration from OpenShiftSDN to OVN-Kubernetes on Multi-NIC UPI Environments • Most on-premises production deployments utilize multi-NIC cluster hosts • We now support seamless migration from OpenShiftSDN to OVN-Kubernetes CNI plugin for UPI in those environments • Egress IP Multi-NIC Support • Ability to associate an Egress IP configuration with a non-primary NIC • Administrators are provided with a greater level of control over networking aspects, such as routing, addressing, segmentation, and security policies • For example, for traffic isolation: eth0 (mgmt network) and eth1 (default route towards external communication) • Additional IPv6 Support • Single-Stack IPv6 support for kubernetes-nmstate • Full Dual Stack support for vSphere • Support Dual Stack IP assignment for whereabouts CNI/IPAM • Dynamic Secondary Network Attachments • Important for Virtualization deployed in Kubernetes • Dynamic network attachments require a CNI plugin that runs resident in memory (a “thick plugin”) as opposed to as a one-shot (“thin plugin”) • Multus 4.0 enables thick plugins with a client/server model • Consists of two binaries: ◦ multus-shim – “client”, the CNI plugin ◦ multus-daemon – “server”, local agent that runs on all nodes and supports new features such as metrics, logs
  44. What's new in OpenShift 4.14 Red Hat OpenShift Networking Enhancements

    Networking Enhancements • OpenShift Router upgrade to HAProxy 2.6 HAProxy 2.6 brings: • Latest security features • Performance optimizations • Bug fixes • New features and API enhancements • Support the ability to add additional HTTP headers to HAProxy without needing to customize the haproxy.config template • Enhance security for web applications • Improved Authentication and Authorization among multiple microservices • Standards compliance • Improved performance • Easier debugging and troubleshooting • Ingress Node Firewall (with stateless firewall support) [ GA ] • First line of defense for a network and plays a crucial role in ensuring the security, reliability, and compliance of the network infrastructure • Uses an extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF) and eXpress Data Path (XDP) plugin to process node firewall rules, update statistics and generate events for dropped traffic • NMstate-Policy Management via console • One can access the NMstate Operator and resources such as the ◦ `NodeNetworkState` (NNS) ◦ `NodeNetworkConfigurationPolicy` (NNCP) ◦ `NodeNetworkConfigurationEnhancement` (NNCE) from the web console
  45. What's new in OpenShift 4.14 Network Observability Operator Network Observability

    Operator v1.4 What’s new: • Identify source of packet drops • DNS analysis • No longer requires Loki • Network Observability for secondary interfaces with Multus and SR-IOV plugins • Support for IBM Z architectures • User Interface improvements • Flow-based dashboard and health dashboard improvements
  46. ACS Cloud is now available: https://www.redhat.com/acstrial • Currently protecting: ◦

    52 Centrals, 54 Clusters ◦ Over 1000 nodes ◦ Over 26k vCPU • Sign up online for 60 days free trial ◦ redhat.com/acstrial • Connect to your Openshift or any other kubernetes Cluster and start your evaluation in minutes • Fully functional Trial with no limited on functionality of capacity • Access to Red Hat's award-winning Customer Portal, including documentation, helpful videos, discussions, and more Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security (RHACS) for Kubernetes 58 ACS Cloud Trial is Now Available What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  47. Scanning Images from Registry Mirrors in OpenShift VM2.0: CVE Report

    Enhanced: Run Time network policy generation New “Listening Endpoints” in GUI Build Time Network Policy Tools (TP) New Features and Enhancements Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes 59 Network Security Vulnerability Management RHACS for Kubernetes Highlights New Enhanced AuthN/Z Declarative Configuration for RBAC What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  48. • Leverages : Delegated Scanning ◦ Scan disconnected registries via

    the Secured Clusters ◦ ACS 4.2+: Configure delegated image scanning in GUI • Scan images from your registry mirrors in OCP ◦ We read the mirror setup in OCP ◦ ImageContentSourcePolicy, ImageDigestMirrorSet, and/or ◦ ImageTagMirrorSet custom resources Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes Vulnerability Management 60 Scanning support for Images stored in Registry Mirrors Scanner (Slim) Scanner DB (Slim) ACS Secured Cluster Services ACS Central Services Local Scanning Registry Mirror OCP Secured Cluster What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  49. • Workload CVEs ◦ Purpose built workflows to get users

    to accurate & actionable CVE data in just few clicks; to help with vulnerability remediation ◦ Current Vulnerability Management 1.0 functionality will gradually transition to VM 2.0; feature by feature • Create & Download an on-demand workload CVEs report in CSV format ◦ Easy to share with stakeholders or auditors ◦ Includes all the necessary details to assist with CVE triage ◦ Configurable report scope Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes Vulnerability Management 2.0 (VM 2.0) 61 Test Workload CVEs and On-demand + Downloadable CVEs Report (Technology Preview) What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  50. Runtime Network Policy Generation Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for

    Kubernetes 1 2 3 What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  51. Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes 64 Visualize impact

    of network policy • Text: txt, json, md, csv • Graph: dot roxctl netpol connectivity diff roxctl netpol connectivity map Compare between project branches • Semantic diff roxctl netpol generate Two new options - Technology Preview Built Time Network Policy Dev / DevOps Tools What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  52. Manage ACS AuthN/Z configuration as code Red Hat Advanced Cluster

    Security for Kubernetes • Configure AuthN/Z resources declaratively ◦ Authentication providers ◦ Roles ◦ Permission sets ◦ Access scopes • Manage AuthN/Z YAML configurations in Git repos • Configurations are mounted during Central installation • Store configurations for authentication providers in a secret for greater security, ConfigMap can be used for rest • Multiple configurations can be added into a single ConfigMap or Secret Manage access, as code, the auditable and easy way RHACS: Using declarative configuration What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  53. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management

    for Kubernetes What’s new in RHACM 2.9 67 • Added Nutanix support - Nutanix available as a provider in Create Cluster UI flow from the RHACM Console • Adjust RHACM hub capacity directly - Scale nodes for the RHACM hub local-cluster • Allow node disk-wiping with ZTP - Reduces the need of manual intervention when setting up nodes for Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP) • Hosted Control Planes Generally Available - Hosted Control Planes reach its general availability on OpenShift Virtualization and Bare Metal with advantages such as optimized costs and reduced resource footprint Providing platform engineers with a consistent approach for deploying OpenShift clusters, everywhere. OpenShift Everywhere 👈
  54. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 68 • Global Hub phase

    1: Policy compliance view (GA) ◦ Policy compliance status and trend across all managed clusters ◦ Report compliance states for the past 30 days ◦ Inventory all managed hubs and managed clusters from overview ◦ Detect and alert on anomalous policy behavior ◦ Policy lifecycle changes ready for kafka event driven architecture Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes What’s new in RHACM 2.9 Fleet Management Expansion of management capabilities across the global fleet, providing solutions for data isolation boundaries and extremely high scale scenarios.
  55. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management

    for Kubernetes What’s new in RHACM 2.9 69 • informOnly remediation - more control and consistency of what is enforced and what is only informed in nested policies/rules • Gatekeeper operator uplift to 3.11.1 - staying up to date with the latest bits from the open source community • Policy view design customization - users can now select what it’s shown in the policies dashboard and improve persona usage - future work: custom columns • Improvements for selective policy enforcement - Allow enforcing a policy to a subset of clusters that the policy applies to for a controlled rollout. • Enhancements for Policy Templating - new functions available to use when using Policy templates e.g trimAll 👈 Governance Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management Governance framework continues to evolve by keeping up with the growing Kubernetes policies landscape and enhancing user experience.
  56. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management

    for Kubernetes What’s new in RHACM 2.9 70 • UI Support for multi-source ArgoCD-Applications (TP) - Support for deploying ArgoCD applications that follows a common multi-source pattern to be deployed from RHACM and be displayed in the Applications menu. • Customized Service Account with GitOpsOperator - RHACM and the GitOps operator integration adds a new layer of customization and security now allowing for custom service accounts and permissions to be assigned. Application Lifecycle RHACM extends platform GitOps capabilities by enhancing fleet level deployment patterns for applications and configurations.
  57. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 71 Manage At Scale •

    Extend scale in a mixed fleet of OpenShift clusters: ◦ TALM enhancements for Selective Policy Enforcement + Cluster Group Upgrade Timing ◦ RHACM hub capacity-planning tooling ◦ Improvements in performance and scale across mixed-fleet scenarios: ▪ 5G-RAN: 3500 SNOs with the DU Profile ▪ Mixed fleet: 857 SNOs, 200 3-node compact, 200 6-node with the DU Profile ▪ Retail: 432 Compact Clusters deployed with the DU Profile ▪ Standard: 207 6-node with the DU Profile Consistency at scale for edge use cases across verticals such as Telco, Industrial and Commercial. RHACM provides a single API, CLI and UI to standardize regardless of where your application runs. Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes What’s new in RHACM 2.9
  58. • Regional stateful app replication with ODF 4.14 (GA) ◦

    Multicluster networking provided by Submariner for regional DR • Asynchronous Volume Replication => low RPO ◦ OpenShift Data Foundation (ODF) enables cross-cluster replication of RWO/RWX PVs with low replication intervals • Automated Failover Management => low RTO ◦ RHACM and ODF DR operators enables failover and failback automation at application granularity ** Regional DR provided in conjunction with OpenShift Data Foundation Advanced 4.14. Please review the ODF-Advanced release schedule for specific details. 72 Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes and OpenShift Data Foundation Business Continuity What's New in OpenShift 4.14 RHACM provides application disaster recovery solutions for your mission critical workloads. ** Check out these videos to see how Red Hat can automate your Business Continuity needs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqdJdVOqsrI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPZH0BaaiHc
  59. 73 Red Hat Quay & Quay.io Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift

    Platform Plus Quay’s new UI will default on console.rh New Quay features will be live on & default in 2024. Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console. Billing via AWS Marketplace and POs Core UI Features & Functionality Increase in intuitiveness and consistency across RH products with new features like Teams & Membership, Account settings, robot accounts, default permissions & Usage Logs and Builds by EOY Auto-pruning Capabilities Quay's intelligent auto-pruning policies will automatically remove unused artifacts to optimize storage constraints, improve performance, and enhance Quay user experience. Improved Alignment with Openshift Future releases will align with OpenShift by 4 weeks will provide provide more reliable, efficient, and streamlined management of integrated Red Hat solutions. What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  60. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Store: Metrics with Prometheus/Thanos Logs

    with Loki Traces with Tempo Observability "Turn your data into answers!" Data Visualization Data Analytics Data Delivery Data Storage Visualize: Out of the box experience & full support in OpenShift Web Console Collect: Metrics with Prometheus Logs with Vector Traces with OpenTelemetry Data Collection Deliver: Aggregate & Normalize data with OpenTelemetry Collector Transport it with Observability Operator Analyze: Query metrics Search metrics targets Filter logs by severity 1 2 3 5 4 OpenShift Observability: Five Pillars Third Party Integration 75
  61. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 OpenShift Observability Observability "Turn your

    data into answers!" Data Collection 76 OpenShift 4.14 Monitoring 🪫 Add option to specify resource limits for all components 🪫 Customizations for node-exporter collectors (Phase 2) 🪫 Extend user customizable TopologySpreadConstraints to all relevant pods (will finish in 4.15) Logging 5.8 🪫 Kube-API audit log filtering to reduce log sizes OpenTelemetry Operator (Tech Preview) 🪫 Support to collect OTLP metrics 🪫 OpenTelemetry collector operator level 4 (Deep insights)
  62. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Observability "Turn your data into

    answers!" Data Storage OpenShift Observability 77 OpenShift 4.14 Monitoring 🪫 Prometheus labels: reduce memory by changing the implementation of labels Logging 5.8 🪫 Loki - zone-aware replication 🪫 Loki - cluster restart hardening 🪫 Loki - Reliability hardening Distributed Tracing 🪫 Tempo support for Jaeger Thrift, Jaeger gRPC and Zipkin. 🪫 Tempo operator level 4 (Deep insights) 🪫 Tempo Gateway: Query frontend with authorization and authentication
  63. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 OpenShift Observability 78 Observability "Turn

    your data into answers!" Data Delivery OpenShift 4.14 Monitoring 🪫 Allow admin users to create new alerting rules based on platform metrics 🪫 Deploy the monitoring console plugin resources via CMO Logging 5.8 🪫 Multiple log forwarders allow users to forward logs to multiple endpoints OpenTelemetry Operator (Tech Preview) 🪫 Forward OpenTelemetry metrics outside OpenShift via OTLP HTTP(s) & gRPC 🪫 Convert OpenTelemetry metrics to Prometheus 🪫 New processors: resourcedetection and k8sattributesprocessor to enrich metrics
  64. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Observability "Turn your data into

    answers!" OpenShift Observability 79 Observability "Turn your data into answers!" Observability "Turn your data into answers!" Data Visualization OpenShift 4.14 Monitoring 🪫 Expire silences in bulk 🪫 Silences Tab added to the Web Console - Developer Perspective Logging 5.8 🪫 Log-based Alerts in Web Console - Developer Perspective 🪫 LokiStack Console Plugin allows searching for patterns across all namespaces Developers have access to 🪫 Loki Health Dashboards allows users to see the overall health and status of their Loki storage
  65. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 80 Observability "Turn your data

    into answers!" Data Analytics OpenShift Observability Logging 5.8 🪫 Dev Preview: Correlation Experience in Web Console (Links - Alerts to Logs & Logs to Metrics) 🪫 Powered by korrel8r
  66. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Insights Advisor for OpenShift ▸

    Free service leveraging Red Hat experience with supporting and operating OpenShift ▸ Insights Update risk GA - asses your cluster conditions and find the ones impacting safe cluster update! ▸ New Insights recommendations - Storage performance w/ CephFS and vSphere, obsolete conditions in openshift-network-operator, update blocking conditions ▸ Red Hat Advanced Cluster integration - new integration with ACM 2.9 in FleetManagement ▸ On-demand data gathering - gain quick update on applied recommendations by manually triggering data upload ▸ Workload recommendations available to on-premise customers (soon to be certified), also features recommendations with real names of resources 81 https:/ /console.redhat.com/openshift/advisor https:/ /console.redhat.com/settings/notifications/openshift RHACM 2.9 Overview page
  67. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Insights Cost Management ▸ Free

    service to monitor per-resource (namespace, cluster, node, tag) usage and spending on-prem and major clouds ▸ Report vCPU count, RAM, and storage capacity ▸ Advanced cost model definition with distribution based on requested, used, or effective CPU or RAM usage, distributing the overhead costs of Kubernetes/OpenShift control plane. ▸ Settings page ▸ New settings page has been redesigned and moved into to the Cost management application ▸ Performance improvements for customers with large data pipeline ▸ Improvements to process data from large accounts in the most efficient way so you can gain quick feedback and up2date reports ▸ Cost Management Metrics Operator 3.0.0 ▸ Lots of bug fixes and small enhancements ▸ Create default distinct Source name for users to quickly identify their clusters 82 https:/ /www.redhat.com/en/blog/whats-new-red-hat-insights-cost-management
  68. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 84 In previous episodes… Kepler!

    • Kepler was accepted to CNCF on May 17, 2023 and is at the Sandbox project maturity level. • Kepler (Kubernetes-based Efficient Power Level Exporter) that offers a way to estimate power consumption at the process, container, and Kubernetes pod levels. • Kepler provides granular power consumption data for Kubernetes Pods and Nodes. • It uses eBPF to collect energy-related system stats and export them. • RAPL and ACPI when available or trained models for specific hardware otherwise.
  69. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 85 Introducing Power Monitoring for

    Red Hat OpenShift Developer-Preview • Power monitoring for Red Hat OpenShift is the downstream of Kepler project • Embedded in the observability stack console, you can easily experiment with Kepler and observe power consumption
  70. What's new in OpenShift 4.14 OpenShift Virtualization Modernize your operations

    with comprehensive lifecycle and infrastructure management More deployment options ∙ ROSA and AWS support ∙ Quickly deploy OpenShift tenant clusters on OpenShift with Hosted Control Planes Protect your business critical workloads ∙ Recover from catastrophic failures with Metro-DR with ODF / ACM ∙ Support for Microsoft Windows Server Failover Cluster (WSFC) Improved VM networking ∙ Microsoft Windows 11 support ∙ Enhanced VM networking with Secondary Networks for OVN-Kubernetes ∙ Dynamic reconfiguration - NIC hotplug Migration Toolkit for Virtualization 2.5 ・ OpenShift to Openshift Migration ・ Openstack Provider GA ・ OVA Imports 87 Modern Virtualization Cloud Elasticity + Scalability Reduce Operating Cost Increase IT efficiency + reliability
  71. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Consolidate OpenShift Clusters with OpenShift

    Virtualization Hosted Control Planes with KubeVirt provider 88 Increase Utilization of Infrastructure Physical Hardware VM worker VM worker VM worker VM worker VM worker VM worker VM worker VM worker VM worker api-s erver etcd … api-s erver etcd … api-s erver etcd … Control Planes (hosted in OCP) Worker Nodes (hosted in VMs on OCP) Virtual Machines • Eliminate needing a legacy hypervisor to host your containerized infrastructure • Virtual compute nodes require core-based subscriptions. • Hosting OpenShift cluster uses included infrastructure subscriptions. • Consolidate multiple control planes to reduce unused and underutilized infrastructure • Increase physical host utilization by hosting virtual worker nodes for multiple clusters Reduce Dependency on Legacy Virtualization Generally Available in OCP 4.14 + ACM 2.9
  72. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 OpenShift sandboxed containers Cloud Support

    - Peer Pods to Run AWS and Azure Natively GA Install OpenShift sandboxed containers on public cloud without bare metal ( AWS and Azure) - Flexible instance size for Peer Pods - Isolated CI/CD Pipelines key use case - Isolate CI/CD elevated privilege workloads with Openshift sandboxed containers Confidential Containers (Dev Preview) - Support for encrypted containers - Secure Key Release for encrypted containers Sandboxed Container on IBM z (Tech Preview) Kernel Isolation for containerized workloads
  73. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Boost AI workloads with the

    NVIDIA L40S GPU New NVIDIA support with OpenShift: • NVIDIA L40S GPU accelerator • AWS P4de (NVIDIA A100 80GB) and P5 (NVIDIA H100) • OCI GPU shapes with NVIDIA A100 Red Hat OpenShift helps power next-generation data center workloads: • Large language model (LLM) training and inference • Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) • Intelligent chatbots • Video processing applications NVIDIA GPU accelerators on Cloud providers: • AWS • GCP • Azure • OCI (TP) 91 Copyright NVIDIA Corporation © 2023
  74. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 92 The KMM Operator manages

    kernel modules and device plugins in OpenShift as a day 2 operator and helps enable new specialized hardware as AI accelerators Following the 1.0 GA, these features are now available: ▪ Disconnected support ▪ Customizable steps for kernel module upgrades ▪ Replacement of inbox kernel module ▪ Multiple independent kernel modules deployment via a single KMM Module ▪ Hub and spoke GA support with Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management Kernel Module Management Operator 2.0: ▪ Reduce resource utilization ▪ Support for firmware files without MachineConfig objects ▪ Provide a better upgrade experience Kernel Module Management (KMM) Operator 2.0
  75. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 93 Cluster Wide Proxy Storage

    and CSI Proxy • Intree drivers for vSphere and Azure are being removed • Users will need to source their own CSI Drivers (from vendors or upstream) for these filesystems and put them on the appropriate nodes before upgrade • Users will also need to make sure they are on latest minor release of their current major release • WMCO operator will try it’s best to block upgrades where attached volumes are detected (rest of cluster will upgrade as normal) • User will need to add a label (per node) to allow upgrade to proceed • Match the functionality already available on Linux • Used for clusters where direct internet access isn’t possible and HTTP/HTTPD proxies are required New Cloud Platforms • Windows Containers with OpenShift will be fully supported on the Nutanix platform • Adds to the the choices of where you can run Windows Containers fully tested and supported Windows Containers on OpenShift
  76. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 Flexible Operator packaging format Release

    operator bundles containing arbitrary k8s manifests and bundle size is no longer constrained by the etcd value size limit. Greater visibility to the catalog content New “Catalog” API provides greater details to operator packages about all available operator bundle versions, operator bundle details, channels, update edges, etc. 95 Fully declarative/GitOps-friendly workflows A reduced user-facing API surface area for managing your Operator fleet. • “Operator”: a single API to manage installed operators. • “Catalog”: a new API to serve catalog content. Improved control over operator update With the richer insight to catalog content, admins can also specify a target version to install and/or update to another available target versions in the catalog. Operator Framework OLM 1.0 Preview phase I: Enable flexibility depending on your operational model
  77. OpenShift Storage - Journey to CSI CSI Operators & Drivers

    ◦ GCP Filestore ▪ Now GA! ◦ Azure File CSI ▪ Now supports NFS • Manual SC creation • Backport to 4.12 & 4.13 ◦ Secret Store (TP) ▪ Mount secrets to pods ▪ Relies on third party providers ◦ LVM Storage ▪ Support ext4 PVs ▪ Simplify device selector logic CSI Migration ◦ vSphere (more in next slide) ▪ Enabled by default for all clusters CSI Operators Operator Migration Driver AliCloud Disk n/a GA AWS EBS GA GA AWS EFS n/a GA Azure Disk GA GA Azure File GA GA Azure Stack Hub n/a GA GCE Disk GA GA GCP Filestore n/a GA IBM Cloud n/a GA RH-OSP Cinder GA GA vSphere GA GA SecretStore n/a TP What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  78. vSphere CSI migration Status vSphere bugs are present in <7.0u3L

    or <8.0u2 OCP 4.13: CSI migration was enabled for new clusters and opt-in for upgraded OCP 4.14: CSI migration is fully supported and enabled by default in for all clusters Strategy Upgrades to 4.14 are prevented* if OCP is not running on vSphere 7.0u3L+ or 8.0u2+ Option to bypass and upgrade with an admin ack vSphere 7.0u3L+ or 8.0u2+ is NOT required on new 4.14 clusters * Does not apply to clusters that already have CSI migration enabled or don’t use in-tree PVs. What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  79. ReadWriteOncePod access mode (TP) kind: PersistentVolumeClaim apiVersion: v1 metadata: name:

    myclaim spec: accessModes: - ReadWriteOncePod resources: requests: storage: 1Gi • New RWOP access mode ◦ Ensure volume is accessed by only one pod • Same field as the current access modes • No driver support required RWO Volume Node What's New in OpenShift 4.14 RWOP Volume Node
  80. What's new in OpenShift 4.14 OpenShift Data Foundation 4.14 updates

    Out of the box support Block, File, Object, NFS Platforms AWS/Azure Google Cloud (Tech Preview) RHV OSP (Tech Preview) Bare metal/IBM Z/Power VMWare Thin/Thick IPI/UPI ARO - Self managed ODF (4.12) IBM ROKS & Satellite - Managed ODF (GA) Any platform using agnostic deployment mode Deployment modes Disconnected environment and Proxied environments 100 • Data Resiliency ◦ Regional DR for block and file with ACM 2.9 (GA) ◦ DR policy management enabled for ACM Application users • NFS ◦ Support export sharing across namespaces • Network ◦ IPv6 auto discovery and configuration • Support up to 16TB disks • Tech Preview ◦ Non resilient storage class (Replica 1)
  81. 102 Red Hat Device Edge and MicroShift What is it?

    Red Hat Device Edge with MicroShift is a Kubernetes distribution derived from OpenShift Container Platform that is designed for optimizing small form factor devices and edge computing. New Features: • General availability • Updateability • Automatic rollback with rpm-ostree • Manual backup and restore • CSI Snapshots • CNCF certification • Networking enhancements (full offline) Kubernetes cluster services Networking | Ingress | Storage | Helm Kubernetes Orchestration | Security Linux for edge (*) Security | Containers | VMs Install | Over-the-air-updates Monitoring | Logging Physical | Virtual | Cloud | Edge MicroShift k8s workload k8s operators VMs G eneral Availability
  82. SNO added providers: 103 Single Node OpenShift and LVM Storage

    provider C W LVM Storage CSI driver enhancements: • Support ext4 Persistent Volumes • Simplified deviceSelector logic • User experience enhancements What's New in OpenShift 4.14
  83. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 105 OCP node routes OCP

    nodes route learning via BGP When using static routes isn’t effective ▸ OCP4.14 - Tech Preview - based on MetalLB FRR ▸ Depending on the route failure detection requirements, BFD may be used instead of BGP timeouts ▸ Active/Backup & Active/Active (ECMP) ▸ Technical blog post: https://cloud.redhat.com/blog/learning-kubernetes-nodes-networking-routes-via-bgp Kernel stack DCGW/ Fabric VRFs VLANs VLAN0 VLAN1 VLAN2 OCP node BGP routes BGP BGP
  84. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 106 1st rule of NUMA

    for DPDK applications: CPUs and Memory are part of the SAME numa node. 2nd rule of NUMA: NICs should be also on the same numa node… or not! ⇒ This depends on the application requirements and server/NIC capabilities ⇒ The NUMA affinity can now be configured per SR-IOV NAD* *NetworkAttachmentDefinition SR-IOV and NUMA Aware Scheduling Efficient NUMA Aware scheduling How to use both NUMA node of your server with DPDK pods dataplane pod CPU Socket0 RAM CPU Socket1 RAM PCI
  85. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 107 Precache User Specified Images

    with TALM apiVersion: ran.openshift.io/v1alpha1 kind: PreCachingConfig metadata: name: nginx-precache-config namespace: config-ns spec: additionalImages: - quay.io/nginx/nginx-ingress:latest What • Reduce CNF upgrade time by pre-downloading CNF workload-images prior to initiating an upgrade • No waiting for images to download when CNF upgrade is initiated How • New Custom Resource PreCachingConfig that allows the cluster operator to provide a user specified list of images and tags that will be cached on the SNO • Use TALM to pre-cache images based on this CR to SNOs in a fleet of cluster Limitations • SNO only Improved Operational Efficiency
  86. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 108 Version Independence with DU

    GitOps Plugin OpenShift 4.13 (and older releases) OpenShift 4.14 (and later releases) S W DU configured Single Node OpenShift 4.12 S W DU configured Single Node OpenShift 4.13 S W DU configured Single Node OpenShift 4.14 Hub Cluster OpenShift 4.14 S W DU configured Single Node OpenShift 4.13 S W DU configured Single Node OpenShift 4.13 S W DU configured Single Node OpenShift 4.13 Hub Cluster OpenShift 4.13 ZTP ZTP ZTP ZTP ZTP ZTP policies/ ├── kustomization.yaml ├── version_4.12 │ ├── common.yaml │ ├── group-du-sno.yaml │ ├── source-crs/ │ └── kustomization.yaml └── version_4.13 ├── common.yaml ├── group-du-sno.yaml ├── source-crs/ └── kustomization.yaml Git Repository Operational Flexibility
  87. What's New in OpenShift 4.14 109 Telco Support for 4th

    Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors with Intel® vRAN Boost Next Generation Intel Processor Intel’s 4th Generation Xeon Scalable Processors, SP, formerly known as Sapphire Rapids, has been certified with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and 9 and they are fully supported by Red Hat. Furthermore, Red Hat has validated this platform for RAN vDU workloads using Intel vRAN Boost for FEC offloading. Not only does this platform bring increased computing performance, but the Sapphire Rapids Edge Enhanced (SPR-EE) SKU moves FEC acceleration (vRAN Boost) on-die and removes the need for a discrete accelerator card, like ACC100.
  88. Thank you for joining! 110 Guided demos of new features

    on a real cluster learn.openshift.com OpenShift info, documentation and more try.openshift.com OpenShift Commons: Where users, partners, and contributors come together commons.openshift.org