OpenShift Scale-CI: Part 1 – Evolution

OpenShift Scale-CI: Part 1 - Evolution

If you’ve played around with Kubernetes or Red Hat OpenShift, which is an enterprise ready version of Kubernetes for production environments, the following questions may have occurred to you: How large can we scale our OpenShift-based applications in our environments? What are the cluster limits? How can we plan our environment according to object limits? […]

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Deploying Jenkins on OpenShift: Part 1

Deploying Jenkins on OpenShift: Part 1

This blog series will look at Jenkins running on OpenShift 3.11 and the various possibilities we have to improve its performance.  Jenkins is an open source automation tool written in Java often used for Continuous Integration / Continuous Delivery. Jenkins also has hundreds of plugins that add features to the platform. Jenkins can be used […]

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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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