Announcing Easy Interactive OpenShift Tutorials for Developers

Announcing Easy Interactive OpenShift Tutorials for Developers

The OpenShift Developer Evangelist team is happy to release the first iteration of our work with Katacoda – interactive OpenShift tutorials! The idea with these tutorials is that you get your own individual OpenShift environment with instructions right next to it. You can work through the instructions at your own pace but you are using a fully-functioning OpenShift environment with working URLs and all.

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Goodbye OpenShift All-In-One VM, Hello Minishift

Goodbye OpenShift All-In-One VM, Hello Minishift

After almost 100,000 downloads, the time has come to retire the OpenShift All-In-One VM. The intent of the VM was to give developers a simple and easy way to bring up OpenShift on their local machine for development purposes. In the meantime, there was movement within the Kubernetes community to create MiniKube – a means to run a Kubernetes “cluster” on your local machine. Jimmi Dyson saw this work and started MiniShift which built off MiniKube except for OpenShift. It fulfills all the original use cases we had for the All-In-One with the added bonus of actually having an engineering team maintaining it!

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Come to DevNation–First Year and Lots-O-Developer Love!

This post is about a great show for developers that is coming up – DevNation. It is a show for developers put together by developers at Red Hat. It will be held in San Francisco from April 13-17 this year. The bonus is that since Red Hat has so many different developer platforms and languages we support – you get your pick of topics to learn about.

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Using FileZilla and SFTP on Windows with OpenShift

This post covers how to use FileZilla as a graphical interface to transfer files between your local maching and your OpenShift gears. Rather than having to memorize the syntax of the scp or sftp commands, you can use a GUI tool to drag and drop files from your machine to the remote location. Filezilla works on Windows, Mac, and Linux.

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