Read this manual if you want to setup and demonstrate (or otherwise use) all the mechanisms of Quarkus GrumpyCat. First of all GrumpyCat is a micro services based multi player game, which you can use to demonstrate and play a nice PacMan / FatCat like game. But with this demo you can also easily demonstrate the benefits of using the GitOps principles for developing and deploying a bigger application.
Quickly creating a REST CRUD service with Quarkus, making use of Dev Services for databases and a few extensions to move your service to a Kubernetes cluster.
Part 4/4 of the article series “Automated Application Packaging and Distribution with OpenShift – A guide through the jungle of modern development practices with Kubernetes”. This part explains GitOps and discusses an example with ArgoCD and Tekton.
Part 3 of the article series on automated application packaging and distribution. This time about integrating into Kubernetes Native Pipelines with OpenShift Pipelines (Tekton)
Part two of the article series. This time about Helm Charts, Operators and various CLI tools to work with container images.
Part 1/4 discusses basic development principles with Kubernetes and gets deeper into Kustomize and OpenShift Templates.
This blog entry explains how to access a remotely installed CodeReady Containers (CRC) on your macOS client box. What is CRC CodeReady Containers (CRC) is a tool to install an OpenShift 4.x single node cluster easily on your local machine to quickly test things out without having to get access to any externally hosted OpenShift […]
If you think about Release Management with OpenShift, you’re automatically thinking about Jenkins. With Jenkins you can easily setup a Release Pipeline for your App(s) and Jenkins is tightly integrated into OpenShift. There are a lot of Demos out there which are describing the best practices of using it. And OpenShift becomes more and more […]