August 13, 2021 By Open Innovation Community 2 min read

The IBM Academy of Technology Publish Red Hat OpenShift Solution Design Guidance on IBM Cloud Architecture Center initiative collaborated with IBM Cloud Architecture Center to publicly publish articles related to Red Hat® OpenShift® solution designIBM Cloud Paks®resiliency and reliability, IBM Z® & IBM® Power®, architecture patterns, and partner solutions. The guidance enables Solution Architects to design reference Red Hat OpenShift and IBM Cloud Paks solutions to ensure architectural integrity and proper delivery structure using the IBM offerings.

Access the deliverables on IBM Cloud Architecture Center!


The IBM Academy of Technology initiative produced 250 articles on IBM intranet and 40 articles on IBM Cloud Architecture Center. The deliverable is a comprehensive Reference Architecture Catalog for Red Hat OpenShift, and IBM Cloud Paks. This includes a framework to architect, engineer, and size mission-critical workloads on Red Hat OpenShift through tested performance, reliability and resiliency solution blocks.

Over 150 of the 266 initiative members contributed actively to authoring the articles from IBM, Red Hat, and Partners on Github across 40 countries. The guides will be used across IBM, eco-system, clients, and community to design reference Red Hat OpenShift and IBM Cloud Paks solutions.

We would like to thank all the 266 initiative members, especially the following authors who have authored the 40 articles on IBM Cloud Architecture Center. A special thanks to IBM Cloud Architecture Team (Susan LaFera, Laura Hinson and the rest of the team) for their support on the publication process and editing the articles.

Abhinav Priyadarshi Jacky Ben-Bassat (NetApp) Natarajan Krishnan
Adeline Chun Jamal Boudi (NetApp) Nicole-Ann Menezes
Adinarayana Haridas John Mullaly Pradipta Banerjee
Ahmed Azraq Jose Pereira Prathima Maskeri
Ahmed Hassan Joseph G Noonan Rahul Gupta
Ahmed Ibrahim Kaushik Lala Ravi Rajan
Bright Zheng Kevin WF Khaw Raymond J. E. A. Lara
Changwoo Jung Kitty Smith Rubayat Khan
Christopher Osiegbu Krishnan Venkitasubramanian Shahid Ali
Christopher Vollmar Krzysztof Rafalski Shankar Sudarsanam
Eduardo Patrocinio Malini Appalla Sila Kissuu
Gaurav Sangamnerkar Mansura Habiba Sylvain Cousineau
Guy Williamson Marcelo Avalos Troy Hess (NetApp)
Hafid Haddouti Max Morales Utz Bacher
Haytham Elkhoja Mihai Criveti Vic Cross
Jerome Tarte Mohammed Moini Wolfgang von Drews
Jorgen Borup Mrutyunjay Mohapatra
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