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What's Next In OpenShift (Q4 2023)

What's Next In OpenShift (Q4 2023)

What’s Next offers an overview of the direction, initiatives and exciting new use cases and features over a 6 to 18 months time horizon. These are heavily influenced by you our users, via formal and informal feedback, and also by market drivers and trends.

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  1. Creating value depends on the ability to develop and deliver

    high-quality applications (and AI models) faster on any cloud Improve digital customer experience Mitigate risks Gain competitive advantage 2
  2. 3 Cloud-native apps AI/ML, Functions Communities of Innovation | Ecosystems

    of Solutions Secure & Automated Infrastructure and Operations Traditional apps Physical Virtual Private cloud Public cloud Edge Delivering consistency, flexibility, security
  3. OpenShift is available as a fully managed cloud service or

    self-managed platform Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS Azure Red Hat OpenShift Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud Managed Red Hat OpenShift Services - Fully managed, start quickly Red Hat OpenShift Dedicated Self-Managed Red Hat OpenShift - Customer managed, for control and flexibility On public cloud, on-premises on physical or virtual infrastructure, or at the edge 4
  4. OpenShift and themes that drive our roadmap Trusted Core container

    and Kubernetes engine Curated Cloud application development and deployment Consistent Across a Hybrid Cloud Environment 5
  5. Red Hat is a Leader in the 2023 Gartner® Magic

    Quadrant™: Container Management GARTNER is a registered trademark and service mark of Gartner and Magic Quadrant is a registered trademark of Gartner, Inc. and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and internationally and are used herein with permission. All rights reserved. This graphic was published by Gartner, Inc. as part of a larger research document and should be evaluated in the context of the entire document. The Gartner document is available upon request from Red Hat. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, express or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Source: Gartner, “Magic Quadrant for Container Management,” September 2023 Red Hat is a Challenger in the 2023 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™: DevOps Platform Source: Gartner, “Magic Quadrant for DevOps Platforms,” June 2023 6
  6. “Red Hat sets the pace with enterprise IT capabilities and

    massive market presence. With OpenShift’s systematic innovation and development on multiple fronts, Red Hat has helped transform the MCP market segment.” “The demand for OpenShift prompted AWS and Microsoft Azure to sell OpenShift as a managed service, despite having their own Kubernetes-based container services. Red Hat’s differentiated strategic vision is to up the ante on enterprise-grade open source computing.” The Forrester Wave™: Multicloud Container Platforms, Q4 2023 The Forrester Wave™: Multicloud Container Platforms, Q4 2023: The Eight Providers That Matter Most and How They Stack Up Oct 2023 The Forrester Wave™ is copyrighted by Forrester Research, Inc. Forrester and Forrester Wave™ are trademarks of Forrester Research, Inc. The Forrester Wave™ is a graphical representation of Forrester’s call on a market and is plotted using a detailed spreadsheet with exposed scores, weightings, and comments. Forrester does not endorse any vendor, product, or service depicted in the Forrester Wave™. Information is based on best available resources. Opinions reflect judgment at the time and are subject to change. 7
  7. Stocking the Shipyard: Empowering Developers & Platform engineers towards seamless

    experiences 9 Edge computing with Red Hat OpenShift What’s Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023
  8. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 10 Stocking the Shipyard: Complete

    Application Platform Complete Application Platform Developer Experience Build and Deliver Self-Service Model
  9. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 11 Stocking the Shipyard: Building

    the Application Platform ▸ Run Operators in Multi-Tenant Clusters introduce a new lifecycle model that enables cluster tenants to have their own operator instance ▸ Better Helm Workflow Support in ArgoCD with enhancements including support for dynamic value lookup ▸ Automate Updating GitOps Repos with Image Updater and new push to image registries ▸ Improved Canary Deployments with Argo Rollouts support in OpenShift GitOps ▸ Multi-arch and multi-cluster support across the application platform including ARM64 support for Service Mesh and Serverless ▸ Multi-tenant central registry with better controls to manage growth, aging images, central authentication and ingesting external content ▸ Performance Enhancements with Tekton controller and components benchmarking and the introduction of concurrency ▸ Networking Improvements with Gateway API east-west enhancements and dev preview support for dual stack IPv4/IPv6 in Service Mesh Build and Deliver Simplify and increase Adoption Complete Application Platform
  10. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 12 Stocking the Shipyard: Self-Service

    Delivery Model ▸ Developer Hub 1.0 GA based on Backstage enables self-service capabilities for end-to-end developer workflows, with golden paths and plugins ▸ Developer Hub Platform Integration across OpenShift initially with a Helm chart and then Operator for deployment ▸ Additional Developer Hub Plugins Authentication and Authorization with Keycloak, GitOps with Argo CD, Pipelines with Tekton, Container Image Registry for Quay, Multi Cluster View with Open Cluster Manager (OCM), JFrog Artifactory, Nexus Registry, Azure Container Registry ▸ Hyperscaler Marketplace Support for Developer Hub ▸ OpenShift Local to run the platform on their desktop and easily debug applications ▸ Developer Sandbox provides rapid access to a hosted private OpenShift environment, seeded with curated tools and services for developers ▸ OpenShift Cluster Manager allows AWS account holders to quickly spin up ROSA clusters Developer Self Service Improve Velocity Complete Application Platform
  11. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 13 Stocking the Shipyard: Simplifying

    the Developer Experience ▸ Develop on Your Desktop with Podman Desktop providing a user-friendly interface for containers developer workflows and enabling smooth transition to OpenShift from a local workstation. ▸ Create, run, and manage applications on an OpenShift cluster with its browser-based Dev console UI and broad catalog of samples and services. ▸ Easily perform end-to-end developer workflows with Red Hat Developer Hub and its Plugins and GPTs ▸ Enrich Your Development Environment with new extensions like OpenShift Toolkit for VS Code or IntelliJ ▸ Create and Deploy Templated Functions with additional Serverless Functions support for Wasm (DP) and Python Improve Developer Experience Increase Productivity Complete Application Platform
  12. Adapting/Prepping the Vessel: Tailoring OpenShift Vessels for Diverse Environments and

    Consistent Navigation 14 Edge computing with Red Hat OpenShift What’s Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023
  13. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 15 Anchoring in New Ports:

    Expanding Horizons & Forging Alliances
  14. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 16 Anchoring in New Ports:

    Expanding Horizons & Forging Alliances
  15. Commanding a Fleet: Navigate uncharted waters and provide routes to

    safe harbors 27 Edge computing with Red Hat OpenShift What’s Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 Multicluster, Multicloud, Scale, Security, Compliance
  16. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 Provide fleet platform health metrics,

    logs and traces all in 1 place. Deliver Kubernetes right-sizing recommendations for platform engineers and developers. 28 Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes Enhanced policy compliance timeline, progressive policy rollouts, and advanced operator management provides configuration controls at the speed of your business. Governance Manage your mixed fleet: MicroShift, HyperShift, single-node, compact, … and whatever comes next. Global hub policy view and inventory search. Scale Observability Protect your investment Embrace growth Reduce cost
  17. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 29 Red Hat Advanced Cluster

    Management for Kubernetes Fleet Observability • Single interface for fleet RCA collect and visualize platform metrics, logging, and traces to perform near-term (< 28 day) root cause analysis • Fleet overview including cluster usage and optimization, alert management UI, and analysis delivered from Red Hat Insights • Custom dashboarding build your own dashboards, deliver them via gitops, and view them directly within the OpenShift console • Centralized configuration controls for fleet metrics, logging, traces, and service meshes Noise Clarity
  18. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 30 Red Hat Advanced Cluster

    Management for Kubernetes Governance • Advanced Operator Management introduce a new policy type for easier configuration, upgrade and maintenance of operators at scale • Compliance History provide the capability to store compliance events in a database for long term audit requirements • Enforce resources using a progressive rollout strategy advanced rollout scenarios e.g. setting filters with UI support • Enhanced Experience of Governance UI Provide custom fields to sort policies, for example based on teams or severity Advanced Features Simplify Operations
  19. Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security: Use Cases 31 Security across

    the entire application lifecycle Compliance Threat Detection and Response Network Segmentation Automate Security Policies Risk Profiling Vulnerability Management ADVANCED CLUSTER SECURITY Build Secure supply chain Deploy Secure infrastructure Run Secure workloads Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes Policy engine API
  20. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 32 Red Hat Advanced Cluster

    Security for Kubernetes Vulnerability Management and Supply Chain Security • One consolidated Clair v4 scanner across Red Hat products (ACS & Quay) ensures accurate and consistent scan results with common language-level support • Adoption of Red Hat security data published in CSAF-VEX (Common Security Advisory Framework using VEX profile) format • Export/Import SBOMs and map known vulnerabilities to components • Developer scoped access for ACS results with namespace-admin workflows and integrations and ability to use collections in a variety of views and filters for grouping results. Faster time to resolution Shift security left Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus
  21. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 33 Red Hat Advanced Cluster

    Security for Kubernetes: Policy Management, Compliance and Network Security • GitOps approach for managing ACS policies. • Manage and schedule Compliance Operator scans with RHACS. Store trend data and export compliance reports for auditors. • Focus attention on riskier deployments for remediation with heat maps in network graph. • Ensure your workloads meet networking guardrails defined by your organization with network system policies. Break cross-functional barriers Runtime security Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus
  22. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 34 Red Hat Advanced Cluster

    Security for Kubernetes: Expanding platform support • CO-RE BPF as a new runtime collection allows ACS monitoring of a wider set of Linux OS kernels. • ACS secures ◦ OpenShift / ROSA with Hosted Control Planes. ◦ IBM ROKS/RHOIC ◦ Red Hat Device Edge ◦ OpenShift / *KS on Arm Platform Consistency Simplify Adoption Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus
  23. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 35 RHACS and the security

    ecosystem Integration with Paladin Cloud combines cloud infrastructure security (Paladin) with and Kubernetes security (RH ACS) for full-stack cloud native application protection. Enhanced integration between RH ACS and ServiceNow Vulnerability Response and Alerts for streamlined vulnerability and Alert management. Hybrid Cloud and OpenShift Platform Plus Full Cloud Posture Management Expand Security to Cloud Infrastructure Vuln Scanning Notification Remediation Resolve
  24. Weather Forecast: Cloudy with a chance of ROSA/ARO/OSD… 36 Edge

    computing with Red Hat OpenShift What’s Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 Cloud Services
  25. Red Hat OpenShift cloud services A turnkey application platform with

    management and support from Red Hat and leading cloud providers Focus on innovation Simplify operations so your teams can refocus on innovation, not managing infrastructure. Operational efficiency Enhance operational consistency, efficiency and security with proactive management and support. Accelerate time to value Quickly build, deploy, and run applications that scale as needed. Hybrid cloud flexibility Deliver a consistent experience on premises and in the cloud. Cloud services
  26. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2023 Cloud services Red Hat OpenShift

    cloud services Azure Red Hat OpenShift (ARO) • Short term credentials with managed identities • Hosted Control Planes • Bring your own NSGs • Improving alerts with Azure Monitor Signals • Enlarging cluster sizes • Expanding regions and instance types • Cluster wide proxy Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) • Working on FedRAMP offering • Terraform content • Hosted Control Planes • Region expansion • Compute configuration QoL improvements • Deprecate non-STS
  27. What's Next in OpenShift Q2CY2023 Cloud services Red Hat OpenShift

    cloud services OpenShift Dedicated • Google Cloud: ◦ Shared VPC (xPN) ◦ Private Service Connect ◦ Shielded VM policy ◦ Workload Identity Federation ◦ Domain restricted resource sharing ◦ Standard GCP instances and new regions • AWS ◦ Allow newly created machine pool to be set as a default machine pool ◦ Managed Ingress improvements ◦ OCM Service Log notifications for platform events
  28. Navigating the Telco/Edge Sea: Charting a Course with OpenShift for

    Telco/Edge 40 Edge computing with Red Hat OpenShift What’s Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 Product Managers: Franck Baudin, Daniel Fröhlich, Philippe Huet, Robert Love, Hari Rakotoranto, Michal Zasepa
  29. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 Bring MicroShift to General Availability,

    then extend capabilities and compliance support OpenShift at Edge overview Add MicroShift related management capabilities to Ansible Automation Platform and Advanced Cluster Management Edge Management Further reduce SNO footprint Reduce SNO installation and upgrade times Support SNO quick rollbacks Simplify Edge Device Edge with MicroShift Consistent management Faster edge adoption Enterprise Support for k8s at the smallest edge device EDGE
  30. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 Red Hat Device Edge •

    Improved integration with AAP, ACM and ACS • Observability with Open Telemetry • Workload mmgt with gitops Edge Management • Operator Lifecycle Manager • Machine Vision on arm • Low latency workload • GitOps Extend Capabilities MicroShift Compliance • FIPS 140-3 (Pending RHEL) • ISA 62443 Consistent management More edge use cases Secure the edge EDGE
  31. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 Single Node OpenShift • Make

    more cluster capabilities optional • Optimize resource usage • Goal: 1 core control plane Continue footprint reduction Minimize Deployment Time • Make SNO relocatable using an image based approach • Improve installation and upgrade time by using an A/B image based approach • Support quick rollbacks More resources available for workload Faster edge rollouts C W EDGE
  32. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 Telco 44 Accelerate RAN vDU

    Operations on Single Node OpenShift Goals: • Reduce time it takes to finish new deployments for DU-configured OpenShift deployments • Reduce upgrade time and service downtime for DU-configured OpenShift deployments What we plan to do: • Replace existing installation/upgrade procedure with image-based installation/upgrade procedure STEP 1 seed-image generated from DU-configured Single Node OpenShift installation STEP 2 seed-image uploaded to image registry or make bootable and copied to storage on new Far Edge server STEP 3 seed-image downloaded to Far Edge server, in case of upgrades, or delivered on server, for new installations STEP 4 New OpenShift Operator applies site-specific configuration (ip, hostname, …) to seed-image on SNO STEP 5 Reboot to updated OpenShift version, finalize install and instantiate CNF Steps to upgrade/install OCP on SNO IF NEEDED Rollback to the previously working OpenShift version.
  33. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 45 Telco OpenShift as O-RAN

    O-Cloud Platform Analysis and implementation of API for O2 subinterfaces (*) O2-IMS Interface Implementation Cooperation with Hardware vendors to deploy and provision the O-Cloud Driving the Hardware Acceleration alignment in O-RAN WG6 Hardware Management Standardised Telco Cloud for RAN CaaS and bare metal orchestration Influence O-RAN to implement an intent-based API for the O2 interface and follow the K8s declarative paradigm Continue participation in PTP, Hardware Acceleration and O-Cloud areas Continued Involvement in WG6 Introduce the Cloud Native practices into Telco (*) - Depends on the O2-IMS API specifications readiness
  34. What's Next in OpenShift Q4CY2023 One Large multi-vendors OpenShift cluster

    46 Telco New trend*: divide large clusters into smaller ones CNF vendor A CNF vendor B CNF vendor C One OpenShift cluster per vendors *Large multi-vendors OpenShift clusters are still supported! + Hosted Control Plane
  35. Thank you for joining! 47 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 What’s New and What’s Next www.redhat.com/w hats-new-red-hat-o penshift