Learn about Validated Patterns
Find out more information about Validated Patterns and how they work.
Validated Patterns and upstream Community Patterns are a natural progression from reference architectures with additional value. Here is a brief video to explain what patterns are all about:
Patterns quick start Each pattern can be deployed using the command line. The only requirement is to have git and podman installed.
Importing a managed cluster Many validated patterns require importing a cluster into a managed group. These groups have specific application sets that will be deployed and managed.
Background Each validated pattern has infrastructure requirements. The majority of the validated patterns will run Red Hat OpenShift while some parts will run directly on Red Hat Enterprise Linux or (RHEL), more likely, a version of RHEL called RHEL for Edge.
OpenShift General Sizing Recommended node host practices The OpenShift Container Platform node configuration file contains important options. For example, two parameters control the maximum number of pods that can be scheduled to a node: podsPerCore and maxPods.
RHEL for Edge General Sizing Recommended node host practices TBD