Fast Iterative Java Development on OpenShift/Kubernetes Using Rsync

Fast Iterative Java Development on OpenShift/Kubernetes Using Rsync

The key to a good development environment almost always comes down to how long it takes for changes you make to take effect. With any compiled language, there is often a lot of setup work involved to optimize deployment speed. Thankfully, one of the promises of containers is it allows for patterns to be standardized and repackaged as reusable images that do a lot of the heavy lifting for you.

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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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New Developer Evanglist Charlotte Joins the OpenShift Team

New Developer Evanglist Charlotte Joins the OpenShift Team

Hey everyone, I’m Charlotte M. Ellett, and I joined the OpenShift team this year as a Developer Evangelist! I’m excited to do a lot of interesting stuff with OpenShift as a .NET user, and to show you how you can, too. I’ll write some about future blog posts that you can look forward to in the coming weeks, but first, a little introduction. I’m coming to this team as a game developer who sees a lot of potential in OpenShift containers for game makers and studios, big and small.

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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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Why Boycott Containers? Remain Calm!

Why Boycott Containers? Remain Calm!

There are a lot of important things happening all around the world these days. Some of them have people upset or angry, to the point where they feel the desire to march or boycott to raise awareness and demonstrate their frustrations. As a company that believes in open communities and open discussions, we appreciate the need […]

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Not Ready for Microservices? Evolutions and Alternatives

Not Ready for Microservices? Evolutions and Alternatives

Why did the chicken cross the road? As the old saying goes, to get the other side. Why did the company move to microservices? That answer isn’t nearly as simple. While the buzz around microservices continues to grow, it can be valuable to look at various paths that companies take to achieve their ultimate goals […]

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Announcing Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.4 GA

Announcing Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.4 GA

It’s an exciting day for Red Hat as we announce the general availability of the latest release of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, version 3.4. This new release provides significant enhancements to OpenShift in order to lower the barrier of adoption of containers in the enterprise with simplified storage provisioning, enhanced multi-tenant capabilities and new reference architectures in hybrid cloud environments. We’ve written the following blog posts to provide you with more details and even a few demos

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What’s New in OpenShift 3.4 – Cluster Management

What’s New in OpenShift 3.4 – Cluster Management

By any means you choose to measure, Kubernetes is one of the most popular and comprehensive open source projects in the container space. It is a unique community of individuals and corporations coming together to solve some of the most complex problems in the containerization of cloud native and stateful application services. Red Hat continues to be a thought leader in the community and a company that offers robust and enterprise-ready solutions based on the platform. Today we announce OpenShift Container Platform 3.4! Let Red Hat help you get on a successful path with your container project today.

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