This article discusses how to automate Tasks in Kubernetes and OpenShift using Jobs and Cron Jobs. We will show some example on how to create and manage them. Then, we will discuss the best practices about using Jobs in Kubernetes.
Whether you’re a beginner exploring OpenShift for the first time or an experienced user looking for quick references, this cheat sheet is designed to provide you with a CheatSheet of OpenShift commands, concepts, and best practices. From managing pods and services to setting up routes and exploring advanced deployment strategies, we’ve got you covered.
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In this tutorial we will learn how to use Templates on OpenShift, taking as example a simple application which uses the CakePHP framework. This framework consists of a MySQL and PHP set of Images that will deploy a basic Web application.
Here is a list of OpenShift interview questions that can help you to prepare for a Cloud Interview where you will discuss about Red Hat OpenShift. OpenShift Architecture OpenShift Installation Openshift configuration What is an OpenShift project and how does it relate to application configuration? Answer: An OpenShift project is a logical unit that enables … Read more
Preparing for the DevOps interview This is a list of DevOps interview questions which include some general and abstract questions and some more technical questions which a DevOps candidate might be requested in an interview. What is DevOps ? Devops is in a nutshell a cultural movement which aims to remove through collaboration and communication … Read more
This tutorial will teach you how to run WildFly applications on Openshift using WildFly S2I images. At first, we will learn how to build and deploy applications using Helm Charts. Then, we will learn how to use the S2I legacy approach which relies on ImageStreams and Templates.
Red Hat provides a container image for JBoss Enterprise Application Platform (JBoss EAP) that is specifically designed for use with OpenShift. In this tutorial we will learn how to pull the image from the registry and use it to deploy an application on OpenShift using S2I. Setting up an OpenShift project There are several strategies … Read more
Red Hat OpenShift Local (formerly Red Hat Code Ready Containers ) provide a minimal, preconfigured OpenShift 4.X single node cluster to your laptop/desktop computer for development and testing purposes. In this tutorial, we will learn how to set up an OpenShift clusters using with Red Hat OpenShift Local to emulate the cloud development environment on … Read more
Health checks are an essential component of all microservices applications. In this tutorial we will learn how to use the HealthCheck Microprofile API to verify the liveness and readiness of a Microservice along with the new Startup check which is available since the MP Health version 3.1.