OpenShift Persistent Storage with a Spring Boot Example

OpenShift Persistent Storage with a Spring Boot Example

One of the great things about Red Hat OpenShift is the ability to develop both Cloud Native and traditional applications. Often times, when thinking about traditional applications, the first thing that comes to mind is the ability to store things on the file system. This could be media, metadata, or any type of content that […]

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Kubernetes: The Video Game

Kubernetes: The Video Game

Grant Shipley was recently in China for KubeCon, where he gave a keynote talk explaining the Kubernetes ecosystem within the context of Video Games. It’s a fun way to examine the entire world of Kubernetes, from end to end, while also enabling Grant to make Mavis Beacon and Commodore 64 references. Take a gander!

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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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Installing OKD 3.10 on a Single Host

  OpenShift Origin, our Red Hat distribution of Kubernetes, was recently renamed to OKD and you may want to give it a try yourself. I find that developers often ask how to get started with OKD, as they don’t have a lot of experience with systems administration tasks. For that reason, I created a video […]

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OpenShift for Developers: Set Up a Full Cluster in Under 30 Minutes

OpenShift for Developers: Set Up a Full Cluster in Under 30 Minutes

After you play around with OpenShift locally, you will come to the realization that you would enjoy having a 24/7 install of OpenShift that you can publicly host your projects on. This is where a lot of Developers stumble because they aren’t system administrators. For that reason, I took some time to create a video that shows how to install OpenShift Origin 1.4 from start to finish. This means that I create a bare virtual machine, install the operating system, install dependencies (like docker), and then use ansible to install OpenShift. After the install, I then show how to setup wildcard DNS for a public hostname. All in under 30 minutes.

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