Secure all your OpenShift routes with Letsencrypt certificates

Thanks to Tomáš Nožička   ,my great colleague at Red Hat, it is extremely easy to secure all your OpenShift routes with Letsencrypt certificates. Tomáš developed openshift-acme as an ACME Controller for OpenShift and Kubernetes clusters. It automatically provision certficates using ACME protocol and manage their lifecycle (like automatic renewals). To install it, simply runContinue reading Secure all your OpenShift routes with Letsencrypt certificates

Install openshift web console on origin 3.9

At the time of writing it looks like that openshift web console cannot install correctly on OpenShift Origin. Here is how to fix it: wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/openshift/origin/master/install/origin-web-console/console-config.yaml wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/openshift/origin/master/install/origin-web-console/console-template.yaml Edit the console-config.yaml file to match your requirements < pre > oc create namespace openshift-web-console sed -i s#https://127.0.0.1:8443/#https://console.apps.example.com:8443/# console-config.yaml oc process -f console-template.yaml -p “API_SERVER_CONFIG=$(cat console-config.yaml)” |Continue reading Install openshift web console on origin 3.9

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 itContinue reading Improve your build speed: Run a proxy in OpenShift