Tag Archives: OpenShift

Fabric8 Kubernetes and Openshift Java DSL

via Ioannis Canellos Blog: Fabric8 Kubernetes and Openshift Java DSL.

The first releases of the Fabric8 v2 have been using a JAX-RS based Kubernetes client that was using Apache CXF. The client was great, but we always wanted to provide something thinner, with less dependencies (so that its easier to adopt). We also wanted to give it a fecelift and build a DSL around it so that it becomes easier to use and read.

The new client currently lives at: https://github.com/fabric8io/kubernetes-client and it provides the following modules:

  1. Kubernetes client.
  2. An Openshift client.
  3. Mocking framework for all the above (based on EasyMock)

Building GitHub projects on Jenkins slaves on OpenShift

This post showed how to build GitHub projects with Jenkins, Maven and SonarQube 4 on OpenShift. For starters, it used the Jenkins master node for running build jobs. However, when running on a small gear, the master node might run out of memory pretty fast, resulting in a reboot of the node during builds. In […]


Deploy your application to OpenShift

OpenShift provides free Tomcat application server hosting, which could be useful for hosting a demo application. Deploying a web application can be done in many ways. You can use Git to push application code on the server, or use an Openshift IDE plugin, or connect with an SSH connection to checkout your code, build your […]



via Quick Start: Spring Boot and WildfFly 8.2 on OpenShift ~ Codeleak.pl.

A really “Quick Start” with Spring Boot, WildFly and OpenShift as opposed to my last, more descriptive article.

OpenShift v3 (Tech Tip #73): Getting Started with Java EE 7 using WildFly and MySQL

via OpenShift v3: Getting Started with Java EE 7 using WildFly and MySQL (Tech Tip #73) – Miles to go 2.0 …

OpenShift is Red Hat’s open source PaaS platform. OpenShift v3 (due to be released this year) will provide a holistic experience on running your microservices using Docker and Kubernetes. In a classic Red Hat way, all the work is done in the open source at OpenShift Origin. This will also drive the next major release of OpenShift Online and OpenShift Enterprise.

OpenShift v3 uses a new platform stack that is using plenty of community projects where Red Hat contributes such as Fedora, Centos, Docker, Project Atomic, Kubernetes, and OpenStack. OpenShift v3 Platform Combines Docker, Kubernetes, Atomic and More explain this platform stack in detail.


Deploying OpenShift on OpenStack

Deploying OpenShift on OpenStack

Using Heat, Docker and Kubernetes to Simplify Your Life and Accelerate Development