Part 3 of the article series on automated application packaging and distribution. This time about integrating into Kubernetes Native Pipelines with OpenShift Pipelines (Tekton)
If the COVID-19 epidemic taught us one lesson, then it is how dependent we are on data exchange over the internet. Just think back to yourself, how did you pass by 2020/2021? How did you exchange data with service providers or your employer? How did you entertain yourself while being under lock down or how […]
Introduction In this article series we are going to build together a sample cloud-native IoT architecture, called Bobbycar, based on the Red Hat OpenShift Container platform and a lot of other relevant technologies. The first part of the series should provide you with the necessary background on IoT-, Edge- and Cloud Computing and also briefly […]
How to get rid of “It works on my machine!” with CodeReady Workspaces
Photo by Rene Böhmer on Unsplash By using Quarkus you can write lightweight and lightning-fast Java applications that scale on OpenShift/Kubernetes in a matter of milliseconds. But to achieve linear scalability and resilience of your application you should strive to create stateless applications. If you scale up multiple application instances that all connect to the […]
Azure DevOps enables you to build, test, and deploy any application to any cloud or on premises. Red Hat OpenShift is the leading enterprise Kubernetes platform, built for an open hybrid cloud strategy. Learn how to configure release pipelines in Azure DevOps and deploy your applications on Red Hat OpenShift.
Part two of the article series. This time about Helm Charts, Operators and various CLI tools to choose from.
This is part one of a two parts article series I have written to discuss tools for automated application packaging and distribution in the world of containers. In this part I am discussing the basics of app deployment automation. I am going through an example, which you can find here https://github.com/wpernath/quarkus-simple.git First, we are going […]
How we came here Everyday we get in touch with the hottest trends in IT, try out thrilling (new) Open Source projects, and hear from our customers about the business perspective on technology. This has been happening for years now. We realized that all this knowledge and experience was more or less distributed across our […]
Picture by Annie Spratt on Unsplash Today is Easter Monday and the Open Sourcerers Team wants to take this opportunity to wish you all a happy Easter. We do hope that even in our current situation you can find the opportunity to enjoy this holiday and recharge your batteries in the midst of family and […]