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Red Hat Certifies ArangoDB Kubernetes Operator

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Hi all!

I think this year has thrown us for quite a loop, full of unexpected occurrences, both joyous and difficult. With everything going on in the world at the moment, we feel it’s more important than ever to celebrate what you can .

So with that, just a quick note from us that our Kubernetes Operator has achieved Red Hat OpenShift Operator Certification. And as far as we can tell, this means we are the first graph database to reach full certification for Red Hat OpenShift. Huzzah!

But as you all know – ArangoDB is more than just graph. We unite graph, document, and key/value data models with a full-text search engine – all in a single query language. All OpenShift customers can now enjoy the full flexibility of multi-model with the Community and Enterprise Editions of ArangoDB,  including all special features to work with graph, search and other patterns at any scale.

As we’ve seen many of our customers leveraging OpenShift and Kubernetes the past few years, we are particularly excited about achieving this certification from Red Hat. Our Kubernetes Operator allows Red Hat customers to achieve a stateful deployment of a fully-supported, multi-model graph database in minutes.

We want to send a special thanks to the remarkable team at Red Hat for their terrific support!

If you’re a Red Hat OpenShift customer and want to give ArangoDB a try, you can get started with our Kubernetes Operator here

And for the rest of you, ArangoDB 3.7 is on its way soon! Don’t forget you can take the  Alpha 3 version for a spin TODAY – both the Community and Enterprise editions.

If you want to explore the new features in ArangoDB 3.7, you can do so with our interactive tutorials (no installation, no registration needed.

Have a great day!

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