Running a Ghost Blog on OpenShift

Running a Ghost Blog on OpenShift

The Ghost blog setup relies on their custom ghost-cli to install everything that’s needed. We’re going to use the Red Hat OpenShift Source-to-Image (S2I) build process to encapsulate everything needed for the install, and then package the whole deployment into an easily shared and reproduced OpenShift Template.  Video sped up for the sake of […]

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Installing OpenShift 4 from Start to Finish

Installing OpenShift 4 from Start to Finish

You have probably heard about all the great engineering work going on to get the next release of OpenShift 4 ready for prime time. OpenShift 4 marks an incredible advancement for enterprise Kubernetes as it includes some great new features such as over the air updates and integration with the operator hub.   One of […]

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OperatorHub.io Operator Round-Up

OperatorHub.io Operator Round-Up

In the few short weeks since Operator Hub launched, there have been many additions to the site’s trove of Kubernetes Operators. They offer services for your Kubernetes cluster ranging from etcd and CockroachDB, to Jaeger Tracing and Dynatrace. Like spring flowers, Operators have popped up from the open source community soil. We wanted to gather […]

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Backup OpenShift Resources the Native Way

Backup OpenShift Resources the Native Way

The age old question from an operations perspective is: ‘Do we have a backup strategy for the company?’  If the answer is yes, then we would also ask ‘does that strategy include accommodations for emerging technologies such as Kubernetes?’ We believe this question comes to bear in a couple of different ways when it pertains […]

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OpenShift Commons Briefing: Delivering Transformative Reactive Systems on OpenShift – Karl Wehden (Lightbend)

In this OpenShift Commons Briefing our guest speaker Karl Wehden, VP of Product Strategy at Lightbend, talked about delivering business transformation at scale and how Lightbend and OpenShift can transform organizations by integrating business rules management into stream-based systems. By combining Red Hat Decision Manager and Stream processing using Lightbend Pipelines–a new abstraction to simplify […]

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A Self-Hosted Global Load Balancer for OpenShift

A Self-Hosted Global Load Balancer for OpenShift

Introduction This is the fifth installment on a series of blog posts related to deploying OpenShift in multi-cluster configurations. In the first two posts (part 1 and part 2), we explored how to create a network tunnel between multiple clusters. In the third post, it was demonstrated how to deploy Istio multicluster across multiple clusters […]

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