Conan Accelerates Your C/C++ Applications in OpenShift

C/C++ applications and build system scripts are monolith in nature. Achieving binary compatibility is becoming extremely difficult as applications include source information from a variety of local and third party sources, targeting a variety of platforms. Even classically monolithic applications may include a complex dependency graph, including transitive dependencies statically or dynamically linked. Another factor […]

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Enhancing your Builds on OpenShift: Chaining Builds

Enhancing your Builds on OpenShift: Chaining Builds

In addition to the typical scenario of using source code as the input to a build, OpenShift build capabilities provides another build input type called “Image source”, that will stream content from one image (source) into another (destination).

Using this, we can combine source from one or multiple source images. And we can pass one or multiple files and/or folders from a source image to a destination image. Once the destination image has been built it will be pushed into the registry (or an external registry), and will be ready to be deployed.

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Configuring your application, Part 1

Configuring your application, Part 1

Kubernetes 1.2, released more than a month ago, has brought many interesting additions to the Kubernetes platform, but there’s one, that relates to configuration management, that’s especially relevant for application developers, this is ConfigMap.

We will take advantage of this new feature in a real application that we will be promoting through different environments, from development through testing into production.

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