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Most people think of Kubernetes and OpenShift as hosting “cloud native” applications, where cloud native refers to a system that expects failure and can compensate automatically, for example, using horizontal scaling. But does that apply to the infrastructure hosting OpenShift? What about OpenShift itself?

In this episode we’ll look at high availability for OpenShift, including what it expects from the infrastructure, what it’s capable of providing for applications, and some example scenarios.

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