OpenShift Debugging 101

OpenShift Debugging 101

I’ve been working with the radanalytics.io big data examples for OpenShift recently and every once in a while I would be on a slow network and plagued with inconsistency in deploys to get the entire example running. I finally reached out for help and got some great debugging advice so I wanted to share some […]

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Using New Relic to Monitor Applications on OpenShift

Using New Relic to Monitor Applications on OpenShift

In this post, we show a way to configure New Relic to monitor an application running on OpenShift Container Platform. The repository includes a customized assemble script for Tomcat/JBoss EWS 8 that instruments an application using a New Relic Java Agent. The script for downloading and layering in New Relic Agent is baked into this assemble script.

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ASP.NET on OpenShift: Getting started in ASP.NET

ASP.NET on OpenShift: Getting started in ASP.NET

In parts 1 & 2 of this tutorial, I’ll be going over getting started quickly by using templates in Visual Studio Community 2015. This means that it’ll be for Windows in this part. However, I’ll go more in-depth with doing everything without templates in Visual Studio Code in a following tutorial, which will be applicable to Linux or Mac as well as Windows. If you’re not using Windows, you can still follow along in parts 1 & 2 to get a general idea of how to create a REST endpoint in .NET Core.

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Red Hat Announces OpenShift Commons Gathering at Summit in Boston on May 1st

Red Hat Announces OpenShift Commons Gathering at Summit in Boston on May 1st

This edition of the OpenShift Commons Gathering will focus on talks by end users with production deployments of OpenShift sharing their use cases, lessons learned and best practices with experts from all over the world to discuss container technologies, best practices for cloud native application developers and the open source software projects that underpin the OpenShift ecosystem to help take OpenShift to the next level in cloud native computing.

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Environment-Dependent Property Management Strategies for OpenShift Pipelines

Environment-Dependent Property Management Strategies for OpenShift Pipelines

How an application expects to read its configurations is completely application-dependent. That said, over the course of several projects we have seen some patterns emerge that we have found to be successful. There is no better or worse approach – it is the responsibility of the pipeline designer to choose the best approach for a given context. This blog post focuses on environment-dependent properties, but the same approaches could be potentially used for all properties, whether or not they are environment-dependent.

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