So, you’ve been told you need to build a Redis Server Cluster. First, if you don’t know what Redis is you are probably thinking, “What is this weird named thing and what do I need to do”. This guide will walk you through both in a way that will hopefully be easy to follow and be easy to repeat in the future.
While you can have more than three servers in a Redis cluster for the sake of simplicity, we will cover setting up a three server Redis cluster. In our three servers cluster, we will have two Redis servers with one Redis Sentinel with HAProxy to assist the Sentinel.
Much of this guide will work with a tested code stored in GitLab (https://gitlab.com/Kittell-Projects/RedHat/Redis) to make it easier to build the cluster. While this code is tested, it is suggested to build in a development environment first.
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Today I want to talk about the demo we presented @ OpenShift Container Platform Roadshow in Milan & Rome last week.
The demo was based on JBoss team’s great work available on this repo:
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Today, Red Hat announced the beta availability of Red Hat Software Collections 2.3, Red Hat’s newest installment of open source web development tools, dynamic languages, and databases. Delivered on a separate lifecycle from Red Hat Enterprise Linux with a more frequent release cadence, Red Hat Software Collections bridges developer agility and production stability by helping to accelerate the creation of modern applications that can then be more confidently deployed into production.
New additions to Red Hat Software Collections 2.3 Beta include:
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In today’s fast paced world of business, delivering quickly is a top priority. Doing so is difficult, however, if you lack confidence in your codebase or rely on error prone deployment processes. Continuous integration enables development teams to automatically run test cases prior to merging code into a stable branch, while continuous deployment leverages automation to provide more reliable, faster deployments of that code.
Red Hat Mobile Application Platform supports an agile approach to developing, integrating, and deploying enterprise mobile applications—whether native, hybrid, or on the web. The platform supports collaborative development across multiple teams and projects, and a wide variety of leading tool kits and frameworks. You gain central control over security and policy management, the ease of Mobile Backend-as-a-Service (MBaaS) integration with enterprise systems, and a variety of cloud deployment options.
In this article we’ll demonstrate how a Red Hat Mobile Application Cloud Application or mBaaS Service can be configured for continuous integration (CI) via CircleCI, and for continuous deployment (CD) to the Red Hat Mobile Application Platform.
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Eclipse EGit plugin allows one to perform most every day git operations through the gui. (e.g commit with a sign-off/gerrit ID. View history, hard-reset, difference comparisons, Stashing, branching, etc.. )
The main advantage is that it makes some operations faster than through the command line, (e.g one doesn’t have to type in file names or copy commit-id’s).
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