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:

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Open the door for root users in Red Hat OpenShift (example StatefulSet)¶

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¶.

If you want to get an overview of the existing Default OpenShift security context constraints visit the IBM Cloud documentation.

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Open the door for root users in Red Hat OpenShift (example Deployment)¶

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 in this blog post.

If you want to get an overview of the existing Default OpenShift security context constraints visit the IBM Cloud documentation.

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Automated creation of a Red Hat OpenShift cluster on IBM Cloud using the existing CLIs and plugins

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.

I created the bash automation in combination of the IBM Cloud documentation and tutorials and my blog post about the automated setup of a simple Virtual Private Cloud.  It’s more about learning and not so much for production.

These are the three resources I used in the IBM Cloud documentation:

I’m not going to show every function of the bash script in this blog post. For details, please visit the script in the GitHub project.

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