In this blog post we will look at the steps we need to do, when we use IBM Cloud Schematics service with Terraform to instantiate a Red Hat OpenShift cluster in a "Multizone VPC IBM Cloud environment".
This blog post is a short cheat sheet to remember how to configure the access to a GitLab project on IBM Cloud from a local computer. An important part in that situation is you need to configure a ssh key for your computer and save this key in GitLab on IBM Cloud. The remaining parts is how … Continue reading Create a ssh key for your GitLab project on IBM Cloud
This is a simple cheat sheet which has these two simple objectives: How to create a group in this GitLab instance and add a member.How to create a project for that group. You need an IBM Cloud Account to access the internal IBM Cloud GitLab and you need to see this in context with the … Continue reading Example usage of the internal IBM Cloud GitLab instance
This small cheat sheet is about "how you update a master node of an IBM Cloud OpenShift cluster" and it is also related to an older blog post I wrote called Using a Red Hat OpenShift cluster on IBM Cloud some basic thoughts. (Link to the IBM Cloud documentation) Step 1: Login to your IBM Cloud account where … Continue reading Update a master node of an OpenShift cluster on IBM Cloud
This short cheat sheet is about how to get free OpenShift trainings on IBM Developer.This can be useful when you want to get started with OpenShift on IBM Cloud or even when you get started with OpenShift only. In these hands-on labs you will get a free OpenShift cluster on IBM Cloud to run your … Continue reading Where to get free OpenShift training on IBM Developer?