Sustainability at the Edge with Kepler

Recently, the project, Kepler, was added as a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) sandbox project.  While deploying a tool dedicated to sustainability, the last thing we'd want is for the tool itself to  consume unnecessary energy or...

Introducing Kepler: Efficient power monitoring for Kubernetes

Introduction Monitoring and optimizing power consumption is crucial for efficient resource management in Kubernetes environments. To address this need, a powerful tool called Kepler (Kubernetes-based Efficient Power Level Exporter) has emerged. Leveraging software...

Using eBPF in unprivileged Pods

Extended Berkeley Packet Filter (eBPF) presents an attractive technology that Kubernetes applications can take advantage of, either to accelerate their packet processing needs (as an in kernel Fast Path) or as part of various monitoring and telemetry projects....

Welcome to Red Hat Emerging Technologies

Here you’ll find information about the emerging technology projects the Red Hat Office of the CTO is working on. For us, “emerging technologies” refers to those technologies that are still taking shape in the enterprise or even in research communities. Emerging technologies engineering is pre-product, purely upstream work. Not everything you see here will become part of the Red Hat portfolio roadmap, but we want to share this information with our customers and partners and encourage your participation. At Red Hat, we love to co-create with open source communities, partners and customers. We look forward to you engaging with us and providing your ideas and feedback on these projects.


Device Management UI

Web UI frontend for Device Management API. Should be integrate-able as a UI app in ACM (or c.rh.c.) frontend container.