(outdated) Create a python application instance in less than 5 min on IBM Cloud

In that blog post I want to highlight the cool topic: How to create a python application instance in minutes on IBM Cloud, using public Cloud Foundry. This could be useful in a Hackathon with Hackers who are new to IBM Cloud. Therefore I made a short 5 min YouTube video. Here is the link … Continue reading (outdated) Create a python application instance in less than 5 min on IBM Cloud

How to setup the reactive Cloud Native Starter sample application on OpenShift in IBM Cloud

In this blog post I want to point out that I just created a 5 min YouTube video related to the great Hands-on workshop: Reactive Endpoints with Quarkus on OpenShift. In that short video I show the setup of the example application to show reactive programming. The image below shows the major architecture of the … Continue reading How to setup the reactive Cloud Native Starter sample application on OpenShift in IBM Cloud

(outdated) COVID19 communication starter kit for the Call for Code challenge

In this blog post I want to point out the awesome COVID19 communication starter kit for the Call for Code challenge. I created a small YouTube Video series following a COVID19 starter kit tutorial with the objective to show and talk: "More about the how and not so much about the why".   I selected … Continue reading (outdated) COVID19 communication starter kit for the Call for Code challenge

(outdated) A short introduction of the Node-RED Starter kit on IBM Cloud for Hackathons

In that blog post I want to highlight the new way of the instantiation of a Node-RED application on  IBM Cloud with the Node-RED Starter kit. From my perspective Node-RED is a very helpful tool at hackathons. (just take a look in my blog post  How to prepare for a Hackathon with IBM Cloud?) The … Continue reading (outdated) A short introduction of the Node-RED Starter kit on IBM Cloud for Hackathons

Automated deployment of a microservice to Kubernetes on IBM Cloud

In that blog post I want to point out the awesome topic, how to automate the deployment of a Microservice using a delivery pipeline on IBM Cloud. Maybe you already know Niklas, Harald and I made the great project called Cloud Native Starter. That project includes a Hands-on workshop that is called “Build a Java … Continue reading Automated deployment of a microservice to Kubernetes on IBM Cloud

Deploy the Reactive Cloud Native Starter example to IBM Cloud

The Cloud Native Starter project now contains the new great topic, the development of Reactive Microservices  with Java, quarkus, MicroProfile and Vue.js as front-end. The Reactive example implementation runs on minikube, local OpenShift and on IBM Cloud Kubernetes. Here are the instructions on GitHub. But what does reactive mean? Here is an extract of the … Continue reading Deploy the Reactive Cloud Native Starter example to IBM Cloud

How to develop a customized Dockerfile using minikube

In this blog post I want to share an awesome and simple practice for beginners: How to develop a customized Dockerfile for a container image running on Kubernetes, using minikube. Usually, when you use an existing container image to create your own customized configuration, you don't have deep knowledge how that container image is built, … Continue reading How to develop a customized Dockerfile using minikube