the content, with some small modifications, to my existing example application. It's the same application I used in this blog post Using the internal OpenShift container registry to deploy an application.
This blog post is about some basic thoughts when you going to use a Red Hat OpenShift cluster as a service on IBM Cloud or on any other cloud provider.
This cheat sheet is about, how to configure a project in an IBM Cloud Red Hat OpenShift to access the IBM Cloud Container Registry. We use an image pull secret to access container images from IBM Cloud Container Registries. The cheat sheet combines different steps, which are available in the IBM Cloud documentation.
When you run a containerized application on a container orchestration platform like Kubernetes, Open Shift or with a serverless framework like Knative or Code Engine or on other platforms, it is helpful to pass endpoints to other applications to the containerized application by using environment variables. When the container will be restarted, these variables can be provided to the container and no adjustment in the source code is necessary. You can use configmaps or in Code Engine simple the environment variable itself.
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This blog post does contain the tasks to create a Docker image and upload the image to dockerhub and clean up the image and container on the local machine. Upload the image 1. Create a local Docker image using docker build Dockerhub account name: tsuedbroeckerDockerhub repository name: cns-workshop-toolsTag: v4Docker image name with tag: tsuedbroecker/cns-workshop-tools:v4 docker … Continue reading Build a Docker image, push it to Docker hub and clean up local disk space
In this blog post I want to point out that I noticed that the IBM Cloud Container Registry is deprecating container builds.
OS X 64-bit with Unsupported runtime (83) ... In this blog post I want to show, how to setup a remote development container for a Vue.js application, which isn't able to run on my local machine, even after the update of Node.js, npm and yarn.
In this blog post I want to point out a simple topic: How to run a simple PostgreSQL Docker image as a non-productive container in OpenShift? As you maybe know, OpenShift doesn't allow by default to run container images as root. The image below shows the result of the simply deployed postgreSQL image from dockerhub. It's possible … Continue reading Run a PostgreSQL container as a non-root user in OpenShift