Pushing an external and not yet published Docker image into Red Hat OpenShift V3

If you should have followed my previous postings ( thanks for that!! ), then you should have read my blog IMPORTING AN EXTERNAL AND NOT YET PUBLISHED DOCKER IMAGE INTO RED HAT OPENSHIFT V3, in which I have explained how to manually carry a Docker image from a non OpenShift build-server to our OpenShift infrastructure. This […]

Securing the OpenShift V3 Registry

In my previous post I described how to manually export/import a Docker image from one system into the Docker registry of OpenShift. A next step would be to push an image from a non OpenShift system directly into the registry. The documentation of OpenShift recommends to secure the registry before opening it for external access. […]

Importing an external and not yet published Docker Image into Red Hat OpenShift V3

During many customer discussions on PaaS, the same question does come up: “Can I use my own Docker images in OpenShift?” While the simple answer obviously is: “Well, sure! OpenShift makes use of Docker und Kubernetes“ Making it work, is a little bit more complex – until one finally understands it. In this blog I […]

Installing vagrant landrush plugin on Mac OSX ‘El Capitan’ with homebrew

I tried to install the vagrant landrush plugin today, but received the following error from vagrant plugin install landrush 17:38 $ vagrant plugin install landrush Installing the ‘landrush’ plugin. This can take a few minutes… Bundler, the underlying system Vagrant uses to install plugins, reported an error. The error is shown below. These errors are […]

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 […]

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. […]

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 – […]

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 […]

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 […]

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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