Mounting CIFS Shares in OpenShift

Mounting CIFS Shares in OpenShift

Red Hat OpenShift 3.x supports the use of persistent storage for data that needs to be accessed beyond the lifespan of a container instance. Persistent storage is enabled through a variety of supported plug-ins, including Elastic Block Store (EBS) when operating on Amazon Web Services, Azure File/Disk on the Microsoft Cloud and iSCSI or NFS […]

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Removing ANSI Color Characters in Kibana

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Removing ANSI escape characters from fields in the Kibana console gives both platform maintainers and application users the ability to fine tune how data is displayed and interpreted for analyzing the current state of applications. Get a walkthrough on using custom field formatters to remove ANSI codes using the aggregated logging framework in the OpenShift Container Platform.

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Managing the Lifecycle of OpenShift Clusters: Vetting OpenShift Installations

Managing the Lifecycle of OpenShift Clusters: Vetting OpenShift Installations

Whether installing a new release of a software package or just installing an update (such as a bug fix), it is wise to perform tests against the newly installed software in order to confirm that it is performing correctly in the target environment. This is especially true with OpenShift since it contains a number of open source components and can be deployed to a variety of environments, such as an on-prem datacenter, or a public or private cloud.

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