It's Inside your House! Assisted Installer on Bare Metal Demonstration
October 1, 2020 | by
The Assisted Installer for OpenShift may be just what you bare metal fans were looking for. If you've got some machines laying around your home, your office or your cloud, you can setup your own OpenShift cluster on them using this installer. That means you can get your own personal OpenShift cluster up and running on bare metal without too much fuss or muss.
In this episode of the OpenShift Administrator's Office Hour, recorded yesterday on our Twitch.tv and YouTube channels, the gang takes us through the process of installation and cluster creation on bare metal. And, of course, there are plenty of new videos going up on these channels daily. In fact, we're streaming live right now, so go tune in!
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