Improve your build speed: Run a proxy in OpenShift

Many build processes uses external source code or library repositories only available in the internet. That is the case for NPM (Node Package Manager, used for NodeJS applications compilation) or Maven (when building Java applications). Thus running an HTTP Proxy inside of OpenShift could be helpful in many cases: – in a corporate environment it... » read more

Deploy GitLab on OpenShift

GitLab is a great web git repository application for everyone that wants to run his own Git repository at home or office. Unfortunately, the home made GitLab installation requires some skills that I don’t have to learn. The good thing is that some Docker images exists on Docker Hub, even the one from GitLab team.... » read more

Run OpenShift console on port 443

One thing that I really like on OpenShift, is that it very often eat its own food. To my opinion, it is generally a sign of a good design, but that’s another story. In this blog, I wanted to give a clue on how to make the OpenShift console run on port 443 by using... » read more