Red Hat has revamped its Kubernetes enterprise platform with the intention of optimizing applications built for the cloud.

Red Hat OpenShift 4.6 incorporates OpenShift Serverless 1.11 with full support for Knative eventing . In this way, containerized applications will be able to use only the necessary resources at any one time. Also included is Red Hat build of Quarkus, a native Java stack for Kubernetes that makes it easy to reuse mission-critical applications with Red Hat support.

To this are added edge computing features with remote compute nodes , which extend processing to resource-limited environments, and functions for Kubernetes deployment in the public sector < / strong> such as the availability of the platform in AWS GovCloud and Azure Government Cloud or the support for OpenSCAP.

Compared to the previous version of OpenShift Virtualization there are also improvements, which are the creation of virtual machines in one click or with templates and certain changes in those that run Windows-based workloads. < / p>

«True digital transformation requires a common platform on which to build and innovate,» says Ashesh Badani, Senior Vice President of Cloud Platforms at Red Hat, «and we see that platform is OpenShift.»