OpenShift Commons Briefing #63: MiniShift Explained: How to Run OpenShift Locally
February 28, 2017 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
In this briefing, Red Hat's Hardy Ferentschik and Lalatendu Mohanty give us an overview on deploying and using MiniShift and talk a bit about the road ahead for both MiniShift and MiniKube.
MiniShift is an open-source project dedicated to developing and supporting MiniShift. The code base is forked from Kuberenete's Minikube project. MiniShift helps you run OpenShift locally by running a single-node OpenShift cluster inside a VM. You can try out OpenShift or develop with it, day-to-day, on your local host. MiniShift uses libmachine for provisioning VMs, and OpenShift Origin for running the cluster.
Learn more at the next OpenShift Commons Gathering in Berlin March 28th
Red Hat, CNCF/Kubernetes leads and numerous other members of the OpenShift Commons will be gathering together in Berlin for the upcoming OpenShift Commons Gathering co-located with Kubecon at the Berlin Congress Centre.
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About OpenShift Commons
OpenShift Commons is the place for organizations that are part of the OpenShift community to connect with peers and other related open source technology communities to communicate and collaborate across all OpenShift projects and stakeholders.
The Commons' goal is to foster collaboration and communication between OpenShift stakeholders to drive success for all members, and expand & facilitate points of connection between members for sharing knowledge and experience to help drive success for the platform and for participants: customers, users, partners, and contributors.
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