Four-part blog series that explores the capabilities of Red Hat's OpenShift. We bring you the basics and beyond through hands-on exercises and examples to help you see for yourself what this powerful tool can accomplish.
Managing Docker Containers with OpenShift and Kubernetes
Part one warms you up with a brief introduction to Kubernetes and OpenShift, specifically highlighting their strengths.
OpenShift Quick Start
Using hands-on exercises, we teach you how to install Open Shift locally and add a container with an API service to a pod.
OpenShift Quick Start: CLI
We dive into the command line and discuss some of the things that can be done in the web admin from it.
OpenShift Quick Start: Build, Deployment and Pipeline
We discuss the automated CI/CD feature of Open Shift. Additionally, we walk through an example of how a Jenkins-built pipeline can be customized.
For continued learning about Open Shift's capabilities and how to use them to your advantage, we recommend watching DevOps Orchestration: Kubernetes, OpenShift & Cloud Foundry, a Keyhole Software instructional video. Or, check out some of our other blog posts written related subjects.