alancer on the Virtual Service Instance (VSI) from the last blog post titled Use a Ngnix load balancer on a VSI to access an application on OpenShift in VPC.
This blog post is a (bigger) cheat sheet about: - How to setup a simple Ngnix as a load balancer on a Virtual Server Instance (VSI) that runs in a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)? - How to configure a Red Hat OpenShift project, to allow a REST endpoint invocation of an application inside the OpenShift project from a VSI instance that runs in the same VPC as the Red Hat OpenShift cluster?
This "blog post"/"cheat sheet" is about "Open the door for root users in OpenShift (example StatefulSet)". The topic is in context of two blog posts I wrote called Run a PostgreSQL container as a non-root user in OpenShift and Open the door for root users in Red Hat OpenShift¶.
This "blog post"/"cheat sheet" is about "Open the door for root users in OpenShift". The topic is in context of an older blog post I wrote called Run a PostgreSQL container as a non-root user in OpenShift. Let's look for the opposite perspective this blog post.
This blog post is about automating the creation of a Red Hat OpenShift cluster on IBM Cloud in a Virtual Private Cloud. I used bash scripting with the IBM Cloud CLI and and the associated IBM Cloud CLI plugins vpc-infrastructure and kubernetes-service. I also use jq to handle json output.