Getting started with Ansible Playbook Bundles on CDK

Install Ansible Service Broker addon into your CDK installation Start your CDK environment with registration (important as yum get’s used during addon installation) export MINISHIFT_ENABLE_EXPERIMENTAL=y minishift start –service-catalog Clone the addon repository and install Ansible Service Broker addon: git clone https://github.com/minishift/minishift-addons.git cd minishift-addons/add-ons/ minishift addon install ansible-service-broker minishift addon apply ansible-service-broker When logging in to […]

How to set up wordpress on OpenShift in 10 minutes

What this is about? A lot of customers would like to give the brave new container world (based on Docker technology) a try with real life workload. The WordPress content management system (yes, it has become more than a simple blog) seems to be an application that many customers know and use (and that I’ve […]

OpenShift Quicktip: Testdriving persistent storage with NFS

Creating a persistent volume for NFS storage plugin The administrator is responsible for creating volumes (PV). The administrator assigns some external thing (partition, entire device, NFS volume, whatever) to a PV. Login to OpenShift with an admin user Create persistent volume: oc create -f persistent-volume-nfs.yaml Check status of persistent volume: oc get pv Creating a […]

OpenShift Quicktip: Limiting resource consumption for users

A. Resource limits Resource limits allow you to set boundaries (max/min & default) for the compute resources a developer can define on pod/container level (see https://docs.openshift.com/enterprise/3.1/dev_guide/compute_resources.html). Login to OpenShift with an admin user Change to target project with oc project <my-project> Import limit range (see https://docs.openshift.com/enterprise/3.1/dev_guide/limits.html on what options are available) oc create -f limit-range.json […]