It was a beautiful and lazy Saturday morning in Bengaluru, on 7 October 2017. Kubernetes arrived here and decided it was a great day to meet up with some of its friends here and spend some quality time with them.
But alas! Kubernetes could not speak, at least not yet. It certainly could grow and shrink, at moments notice no less, but words, no, those failed it. It needed some help, from some of its most trusted friends, those it knew and understood it.
So there it was, with friends from Kubernetes Bangalore meetup, who agreed to join in. Now it can throw an awesome party for its friends. Now it had a place to host its party graciously sponsored by its friends at Myntra, and some friends to help it organize it.
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This is the first post in a series that shows how to use the new release of the community version of Red Hat Ansible Tower. In this post, we will start with the installation of AWX on top of OpenShift. In the next post, I’ll show how to set a dynamic inventory to access the servers from AWS (EC2) and how to run a playbook to access our AWS EC2 inventory.
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As you may already know, the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform (RHMAP) is available as a self-administered, on-premise, installation as well as a hosted platform. This offers more opportunities for customers to benefit from increased security, flexibility and control over their platform.
Note: This installation is strictly for sandbox demonstration purposes. In the interests of simplicity, it will be running on infrastructure that will not be secure so no confidential data should be stored in this instance.
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When you build your .NET Core project, NuGet packages are retrieved from nuget.org by default. Sometimes, however, you might want to use a local NuGet repository. For example, you may want to:
- use private NuGet packages, but you don’t want anyone except your associates to see them.
- cache a NuGet repository at a server near your build servers
- leave your build server disconnected from the Internet.
I’ll explain how to set up a private NuGet server on OpenShift and how you can use this NuGet server when building your .NET Core project in OpenShift using s2i-dotnetcore.
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This post describes how to manually integrate Red Hat OpenStack 9 (RHOSP9) Cinder service with multiple pre-existing external Red Hat Ceph Storage 2 (RHCS2) clusters. The final configuration goals are to have Cinder configuration with multiple storage backends and support for creating volumes in either backend.
This post will not cover the initial deployment of OpenStack Cinder or the Ceph clusters.
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