In a previous article, “OpenShift 4.0 Developer Preview on AWS is up and running” I included instructions for using macOS or Linux to install and manage your Red Hat OpenShift 4.0 cluster. Since I recently added a Windows 10 PC to my technology mix, I decided to try to use Windows as my only choice.
I was saddened to learn that the installer,
openshift-install, isn’t available for Windows. But, like any developer who won’t be denied; I found a way.
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The OpenShift 4.0 Developer Preview (registration required) is available for Amazon Web Services (AWS), and if you’re anything like me, you want to be among the first to get your hands on it.
The starting point is registering, where you’ll find overview information and that important “Get Started” button. Click it and you’re off to the big show.
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