Fernando Lozano

Fernando lives in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and works on Red Hat's certification training for middleware, containers, and DevOps.

Areas of Expertise

Java, JBoss EAP, Fuse, Containers, OpenShift

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Source versus binary S2I workflows with Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes

Source versus binary S2I workflows with Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes

Red Hat OpenShift supports two workflows for building container images for applications: the source and the binary workflows. The binary workflow is the primary focus of the Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes and Red Hat Fuse product documentation and training, while the source workflow is the focus of most of the Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform product documentation and training. All of the standard OpenShift Quick Application Templates are based on the source workflow.

A developer might ask, “Can I use both workflows on the same project?” or, “Is there a reason to prefer one workflow over the other?” As a member of the team that developed Red Hat certification training for OpenShift and Red Hat Fuse, I had these questions myself and I hope that this article helps you find your own answers to these questions.

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