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Implementing, Tuning, and Optimizing Workloads with Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Power Systems

A draft IBM Redbooks publication


Last updated on 23 February 2023

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IBM Form #: SG24-8537-00

Authors: Dino Quintero, Tushar Agrawal, Sambasiva Andaluri, Shahid Ali, Daniel Casali, Munshi Hafizul Haque, Diogo Horta, Shrirang Kulkarni, Nick Lawrence, Laszlo Niesz, Gabriel Padilla, Gustavo Santos, Shiv Tiwari, Sundaragopal Venkatraman and Tim Simon

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    Enterprises everywhere are challenged to provide new services and environments based on

    Hybrid cloud. The new paradigm of utilizing Hybrid Cloud solutions to meet new business

    requirements can be a challenge. This Redbooks publication is designed to show you how to

    implement a Hybrid Cloud solution utilizing the industry leading Hybrid Cloud platform – Red

    Hat OpenShift – on IBM Power based servers. By combining Red Hat OpenShift and IBM

    Power servers you can create a highly reliable, scalable Cloud environment. We provide hints

    and tips on how to install your Red Hat OpenShift cluster and also provide guidance on how

    to size and ultimately tune your environment to meet your end user’s expectations.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introduction

    Chapter 2. Performance and tuning

    Chapter 3. IBM Power Systems performance capabilities

    Chapter 4. Red Hat OpenShift architecture and design

    Chapter 5. IBM Cloud Paks on Red Hat OpenShift running on IBM Power Systems

    Chapter 6. Use Cases


    Special Notices

    The material included in this document is in DRAFT form and is provided 'as is' without warranty of any kind. IBM is not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of the material, and may update the document at any time. The final, published document may not include any, or all, of the material included herein. Client assumes all risks associated with Client's use of this document.