OpenShift blog

    July 23, 2018

    Dynamic Kubernetes client for Python and Ansible

    This blog post will serve as an introduction to the new Python dynamic Kubernetes client implementation that backs the Kubernetes modules that are shipping in Ansible 2.6, as well as the modules ...

    Fabian von Feilitzsch

    August 10, 2017

    Telepresence For Local Development

    OpenShift makes it easy to deploy your containers, but it can also impact your development cycle. The core problem is that containers running in a Kubernetes cluster are running in a different ...

    Michael Hausenblas

    July 11, 2017

    Migrating Django Applications to OpenShift 3

    Red Hat's public Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering, OpenShift Online, has now been switched over to our latest version based around Kubernetes, developed as part of the Cloud Native Computing ...

    Graham Dumpleton

    April 24, 2017

    Jupyter on OpenShift Part 7: Adding the Image to the Catalog

    When you are deploying an application from the OpenShift web console you have the choice of deploying an image hosted on an external image registry, or an existing image which was built within the ...

    Graham Dumpleton

    April 21, 2017

    Jupyter on OpenShift Part 6: Running as an Assigned User ID

    When you deploy an application to OpenShift, by default it will be run with an assigned user ID unique to the project the application is running in. This user ID will override whatever user ID a ...

    Graham Dumpleton

    April 19, 2017

    Jupyter on OpenShift Part 5: Ad-hoc Package Installation

    The main reason persistent volumes are used is to store any application data. This is so that if a container running an application is restarted, that data is preserved and available to the new ...

    Graham Dumpleton

    April 17, 2017

    Jupyter on OpenShift Part 4: Adding a Persistent Workspace

    This is now the fourth post about running Jupyter Notebooks on OpenShift in this series. In the second post I covered how to run the Jupyter Notebook images from the Jupyter Project on OpenShift. In ...

    Graham Dumpleton

    April 14, 2017

    Jupyter on OpenShift Part 3: Creating a S2I Builder Image

    In the prior post in this series I described the steps required to run the Jupyter Notebook images supplied by the Jupyter Project developers. When run, these notebook images provide an empty ...

    Graham Dumpleton

    April 12, 2017

    Jupyter on OpenShift Part 2: Using Jupyter Project Images

    The quickest way to run a Jupyter Notebook instance in a containerised environment such as OpenShift, is to use the Docker-formatted images provided by the Jupyter Project developers. Unfortunately ...

    Graham Dumpleton

    April 11, 2017

    Jupyter on OpenShift: Using OpenShift for Data Analytics

    It is a commonly used catch phrase to say how 'Software is Eating The World' and how all companies are now software companies. It isn't just the software that is important though, it is the data ...

    Graham Dumpleton

    March 15, 2017

    Using New Relic to Monitor Applications on OpenShift

    New Relic offers application performance monitoring and software analytics solutions. They provide tools for monitoring your applications, end user activities (from browsers and mobile devices), ...

    Veer Muchandi

    January 25, 2017

    Intro to Machine Learning using Tensorflow - Part 1

    Think about this: what's something that exists today that will still exist 100 years from now? Better yet, what do you use on a daily basis today you think will be utilized as frequently 100 years ...

    Nick Harvey