[Podcast] PodCTL #28 – Kubernetes Roles & Personas

[Podcast] PodCTL #28 - Kubernetes Roles & Personas

Depending on who you ask, you’re very likely to get many different answers to the question, “Who uses Kubernetes?”. In some cases, it’s the Operations team running the Kubernetes platform (e.g. OpenShift), managing scale, availability, security and deployments in multiple cloud environments. In some cases, it’s the Development team interacting with manifest files (e.g. Helm, […]

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[Podcast] PodCTL #10 – Service Catalog all the Things

[Podcast] PodCTL #10 - Service Catalog all the Things

One of the most frequently discussed topics that we’ve had on the show is how Kubernetes has expanded the breadth of applications that can be containerized. This allows companies to run both existing applications and new (cloud-native, microservices) applications in containers, on Kubernetes. This week, we sat down with Paul Morie (@cheddarmint, Principal Software Engineer @RedHat, […]

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Part 1: From App to OpenShift (Runtimes and Templates)

Part 1: From App to OpenShift (Runtimes and Templates)

This is Part 1 of a 2 part series of blogs that will help you bringing your applications into OpenShift.

OpenShift 3 allows you to deploy your application to the cloud and the great thing is it doesn’t matter if your cloud is public, private, or even hybrid. Typically, the PaaS platform (OpenShift in this case) will provide a set of predefined runtimes that a developer can use to deploy an application on top of. This developer does not need to worry about the infrastructure, the runtime setup, or the configuration, he/she would just need to focus on their application, and what runtime to use. The PaaS platform will take care of sewing it all together and running it.

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