OpenShift 3 Tab Completion for Windows

OpenShift 3 Tab Completion for Windows

Greetings fellow Microsoft Windows users and developers! If you are not aware, I recently made the switch from OS X to Microsoft Windows and promised to blog about my journey along the way, especially if I found new and exciting tools that I feel will help the OpenShift developer population as a whole. One of the readers was kind enough to post a comment suggesting that I try out the Babun shell. I am happy to report that I not only tried it out, but I integrated it with ConEmu to create what I think is a top-notch shell for working with OpenShift and git based projects. In this post, I will explain how I got everything working.

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Binary Deployments with OpenShift 3

Binary Deployments with OpenShift 3

Some OpenShift users want to build their application outside of OpenShift, perhaps using a build management tool that they already use, and use the resultant .war file to deploy into OpenShift. We used to call this binary deployment in OpenShift v2 and I am using the same name here. This article discusses the approaches for binary deployment of the application .war files that are built outside of OpenShift into the OpenShift 3 environment.

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How to Create an S2I Builder Image

How to Create an S2I Builder Image

Source-To-Image (S2I) is a standalone tool which is very useful when creating builder images. It also happens that S2I is the major strategy used for building applications in OpenShift 3. The main reasons one might be interested in using source builds are speed, patchability, user efficiency, and ecosystem. This article is about creating a simple S2I builder image.

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