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.
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 […]
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 […]
Traditionally application development and deployment across environments has been very tedious and error prone. For example in the Java world you would work with different packaging formats such as ears, wars and jars each with environment specific configuration usually dispersed all over the place. Then your app might behave differently on each operating system due […]
Docker came a long way. It established itself very fast as the de-facto standard to get going with your container journey. It did not matter if you wanted to just play around with containers or if you wanted to build up new microservices, Docker was and still is a great choice to get yourself started. […]
This year has been a quite difficult one for all of us. We had to cope with many challenges in our personal lives and of course in business as well. Despite all the sad news and uncertainty around us, we always strived for staying positive and to make the best out of the situation. And […]
Machine Learning models are developed, trained and deployed within more and more intelligent applications. Most of the modern applications are developed as cloud-native applications and deployed on Kubernetes. There are several ways to serve your ML model so that application components can call a prediction REST web service. Seldon Core is a framework that makes […]
In my last post I promised to introduce you to a selected set of Quarkus extensions. Today I will cover three of those. In my opinion they make total sense in the context of a container development or just container runtime platform (such as Red Hat OpenShift or any other Kubernetes distribution). The effort : […]