Goodbye OpenShift All-In-One VM, Hello Minishift

Goodbye OpenShift All-In-One VM, Hello Minishift

After almost 100,000 downloads, the time has come to retire the OpenShift All-In-One VM. The intent of the VM was to give developers a simple and easy way to bring up OpenShift on their local machine for development purposes. In the meantime, there was movement within the Kubernetes community to create MiniKube – a means to run a Kubernetes “cluster” on your local machine. Jimmi Dyson saw this work and started MiniShift which built off MiniKube except for OpenShift. It fulfills all the original use cases we had for the All-In-One with the added bonus of actually having an engineering team maintaining it!

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OpenShift for Developers: Set Up a Full Cluster in Under 30 Minutes

OpenShift for Developers: Set Up a Full Cluster in Under 30 Minutes

After you play around with OpenShift locally, you will come to the realization that you would enjoy having a 24/7 install of OpenShift that you can publicly host your projects on. This is where a lot of Developers stumble because they aren’t system administrators. For that reason, I took some time to create a video that shows how to install OpenShift Origin 1.4 from start to finish. This means that I create a bare virtual machine, install the operating system, install dependencies (like docker), and then use ansible to install OpenShift. After the install, I then show how to setup wildcard DNS for a public hostname. All in under 30 minutes.

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