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Deploying Che 7 with custom images (air gap environment)

Number 5: deploying Che 7 behind a firewall (air gap environment) using chectl –che-operator-cr-yaml=… Deploying Che 7 with custom images Unlike  Deploying Che 7 to Minishift 1.34+, this doc will explain how to do an Eclipse Che 7 deployment with a custom resource yaml file to override the images used in the deployment. This process can be used for many things, ...

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Protecting your AWS from EKS with kube2iam

I really like Kubernetes; I’ve been following almost since its inception 5 years ago and used it successfully in the past 3+ years in several projects. It isn’t without challenges (esp. around managing state) but it definitely getting better with each release. Moving to a new company, it is no wonder I introduced Kubernetes into our architecture from the get-go. ...

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Kubernetes and Secrets

This is going to be a small post since it has to deal with kubernetes and secrets. Yet it is a very useful once since adding secrets is so common yet so easy to forget (guilty as charged). So we will cover username and password, key/values, file uploading, secrets. Upload username and password using command line. kubectl create secret generic ...

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Testing and using AWS EKS #kubernetes – findings

Context I have been working in a team where we use kubernetes in production (not the nginx example- the real shit) for 2 years now. I have configured and used Kubernetes clusters from version 1.4.x with tools like kube-aws to 1.6-1.7 configured with kops. Amazon’s EKS is the third breed of kubernetes provisioning solutions that I have the chance to try and this post ...

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AppDev in Cloud – How to put Red Hat Decision Manager in your Cloud

It’s been some time since I last talked with you about business logic engines and using them in your application development cloud architecture. At that time, I showcased running JBoss BRMS in a container on OpenShift Container Platform (OCP). This gives you the cloud experience, one that’s portable across private and public clouds, but on your own local laptop.     ...

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Cloud Happiness – How to install OpenShift Container Platform with new images and templates in just minutes

Since the release of the OpenShift Container Platform  it has been my desire to provide a simple, fully configured and easy to use installation. This installation needs to have the Red Hat Middleware product streams installed (pre-configured container options) and all the extras like source to image and .Net Core containers. Previously I showed you how to install your own ...

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Helm chart to deploy and scale a generic app image

This is a post about a simple helm chart that I have worked on to deploy any generic app image to Kubernetes. The chart is available [here] It tries to solve the issue of having to manage a set of raw Kubernetes resources(deployment,secrets,hpa) and instead letting helm manage these resources. The chart is generic enough that it should be able to ...

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