Tekton is a powerful, Kubernetes-native framework for creating continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) systems. In this article, we’ll use real-world examples to show you how to install Tekton, create Tasks, and eventually create our own pipeline.
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Kubectl, the Kubernetes command-line interface (CLI), has more capabilities than many developers realize. For example, did you know that
kubectl can reach the Kubernetes API while running inside a cluster? You can also use
kubectl to assume different user identities, to select a custom editor to run with the
kubectl edit command, and more.
Continue reading Kubectl: Developer tips for the Kubernetes command line
If you are familiar with containers and Kubernetes, you have likely heard of the enterprise features that Red Hat OpenShift brings to this platform. In this article, I introduce developers familiar with Kubernetes to OpenShift’s command-line features and native extension API resources, including build configurations, deployment configurations, and image streams.
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