OpenShift 4.2: The API Explorer

OpenShift 4.2: The API Explorer

One of the most notable feature additions in Red Hat OpenShift 4.2’s Web Console UI is the new Explore page, featuring API explorer functionality. This feature will help novice users to learn more about Kubernetes resources while completing everyday tasks in the console. What is the API explorer? The API explorer is a new area […]

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Microservices, and the Observability Macroheadache

Microservices, and the Observability Macroheadache

Moving to a microservice architecture, deployed on a cloud platform such as OpenShift, can have significant benefits. However, it does make understanding how your business requests are being executed, across the potentially large numbers of microservices, more challenging. If we wish to locate where problems may have occurred in the execution of a business request, […]

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Getting Productive with OpenShift on Windows

Getting Productive with OpenShift on Windows

One of the greatest pleasures in life is ordering new hardware and assembling a new box. For those curious, I went with the current gen i7 4ghz CPU, 32gb of ram, etc etc. Having this new box I decided to install both the Windows and Fedora Linux operating systems. The point of this blog post is to let others who are thinking of moving back to Windows after a hiatus over to OS X get a glimpse at some of the tools I have installed in order to feel productive as a developer who mainly pushes code to the OpenShift platform.

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