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IaaS & PaaS, aren’t they the same? Part 2

Motivation This is a follow-up on my initial posting on IaaS vs PaaS. While part 1 was an introduction into what IaaS is and how PaaS differs, this posting will look into an exemplary business-case, comparing those two approaches. The scenario and the numbers used in this business-case will be simple, as this exercise is not […]

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An Introduction into OpenShift v3

Red Hat has released OpenShift v3 last week at the summit. Time for me to go out and explore the new features of OpenShift. I thought the beta training content would be a good starting point. Soon I had to learn, that some of the example files were not adjusted for latest kubernetes API changes. […]

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Internet of Things – A Red Hat JBoss Demo Setup

What it’s all about This demo is supposed to show a lab-based version of a typical Internet of Things ( IoT ) setup. It follows a 3-Layered architecture of Edge: as created of data Controller: first level of data processing Datacenter: well, the datacenter … These layers can – and in this demo will – […]

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IaaS & PaaS, aren’t they the same? Part 1

During the last year of my customer meetings I have very often been addressed with the same scenario, which is comparing traditional ways of doing stuff ( also known as Mode 1 IT ) with more dynamic, up to date and cloud ready “Mode 2” approaches. To be more precise, I have had many discussions […]

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Using JBoss DataVirtualization to access SalesForce

In this blog post I would like to explain how to access SalesForce.com with JBoss DataVirtualization (JDV). For those of you who do not know what JDV is, here a short introduction: What is JBoss DataVirtualization? JDV is the Red Hat productized version of the Teiid project by JBoss. But what is JDV doing? JDV […]

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JBoss BPM & JBoss FSW Demo updated to BPM-Suite V6.1

Due to public requests, I updated my BPM & FSW demo to now run with the new Red Hat JBoss BPM-Suite V6.1 The migration was pretty easy, as the majority of the required artifacts did not need any alteration at all. Only the BPM-Suite repository needed a quick export/import as just copying the V6.0 niogit […]

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Installing and running Red Hat OpenShift with Jenkins

Pre-Note This article describes how I created my demo build pipeline, as shown in my previous post  It does now show best practices or recommended ways. It’s just my way of doing it! If you follow these instructions, I do expect you to have some level of knowledge on: how to handle Red Hat Enterprise Linux […]

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CI / CD with Red Hat OpenShift and Jenkins

As some of you have already guessed, I’m a big fan of demos and also a big fan of distributing my demos via videos. So this new work should not be a surprise to anyone… In this video, I will show you how it could feel to have a automated deployment pipeline orchestrated by Jenkins which […]

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JBoss BPM with JBoss FSW and JBoss DV in action

As an extension of the previous “From Zero to Sidekick” video, I have extended the environment to include: JBoss BPM Suite V6 JBoss Fuse Service Works V6 JBoss Fuse Data Virtualization V6 All this runs on Docker, with service scripts provided for your convenience! Instructions and the code can be found at: https://github.com/PatrickSteiner/BPM_FSW_DV_Docker A video showing […]

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Getting Started with Containers on OpenShift Origin

So you want to get started with OpenShift M5 but you don’t really have an idea about how to get started? Then this article is the right place for you. This is going to be a series of blog posts and videos which will get you started with OpenShift quickly. The first article is starting with […]