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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OpenShift 3 Tab Completion for Windows

OpenShift 3 Tab Completion for Windows

Greetings fellow Microsoft Windows users and developers! If you are not aware, I recently made the switch from OS X to Microsoft Windows and promised to blog about my journey along the way, especially if I found new and exciting tools that I feel will help the OpenShift developer population as a whole. One of the readers was kind enough to post a comment suggesting that I try out the Babun shell. I am happy to report that I not only tried it out, but I integrated it with ConEmu to create what I think is a top-notch shell for working with OpenShift and git based projects. In this post, I will explain how I got everything working.

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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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OpenShift and Microsoft .NET in Action

We are collaborating with Uhuru Software to bring Microsoft .NET and SQL Server capabilities to OpenShift, as an open source community-driven effort in OpenShift Origin. The demo will show the work done to date and how easy it is to deploy a .NET application with OpenShift. Read more in the blog post: Microsoft .NET Apps […]

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