Omair Majid

Omair Majid is a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat who works with open source languages, runtimes and projects like .NET Core and OpenJDK. He is passionate about making sure these runtimes are well-maintained, secure, perform well, and stay compatible with the rest of the ecosystem on Linux, whether it’s in the context of a containers running in the cloud (such as OpenShift and Kubernetes) or bare-metal.

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Set up continuous integration for .NET Core with OpenShift Pipelines

Set up continuous integration for .NET Core with OpenShift Pipelines

Have you ever wanted to set up continuous integration (CI) for .NET Core in a cloud-native way, but you didn’t know where to start? This article provides an overview, examples, and suggestions for developers who want to get started setting up a functioning cloud-native CI system for .NET Core.

We will use the new Red Hat OpenShift Pipelines feature to implement .NET Core CI. OpenShift Pipelines are based on the open source Tekton project. OpenShift Pipelines provide a cloud-native way to define a pipeline to build, test, deploy, and roll out your applications in a continuous integration workflow.

In this article, you will learn how to:

  1. Set up a simple .NET Core application.
  2. Install OpenShift Pipelines on Red Hat OpenShift.
  3. Create a simple pipeline manually.
  4. Create a Source-to-Image (S2I)-based pipeline.

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Getting started with .NET Core in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1

Getting started with .NET Core in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1

One exciting feature in the recent release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.1 is .NET Core 3.0. In this article, we will take a quick look at using .NET Core on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8. We will cover installing .NET Core RPMs and using the RHEL-based Universal Base Image container images.

Installing .NET Core packages on RHEL 8

With RHEL 8, .NET Core is included in the AppStream repositories, which are enabled by default on RHEL 8 systems. At least two versions of .NET Core are already available on RHEL 8, and more will be added as they are released.

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