Why consider self-managing Openshift with Turbonomic?
The Turbonomic container image is Red Hat Certified and listed in the Red Hat Container Catalog.
Cloud Native and the Rise of Microservices
Cloud native is slated to be the standard for digital transformations. The business wants better services faster; developers need rapid, iterative application development. Containers and microservices make it possible. Every microservice has just one job, reducing complexity for the developer. But an application can have 10-20 microservices—for bleeding edge adopters it’s upwards of 100. What does that mean for the infrastructure folks? More dynamic change, more complexity.
Monolithic (VM) applications were complicated enough, now cloud-native containerized applications have more moving parts, greater density, and create more layers to manage. It’s no longer about a single application statically operating on a VM. It’s about multiple pieces of an application dynamically operating across heterogeneous infrastructure, on-premise, and in the cloud.
Containers in Production. Easy, Right?
When we talked with customers about their container adoption, a few challenges came up. What we came to realize is that while the pieces and roles had changed to some extent, the core problems aren’t all that new—they’re just more complicated.
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