Just a short blog entry, here, to alert y'all to the availability of a new guide from DZone, describing how to get started with OpenShift. From the piece:
What is Red Hat’s OpenShift Container Platform, and what does it offer in the way of easier-to-use Kubernetes? It’s an enterprise-ready Kubernetes container platform with full-stack automated operations to manage hybrid cloud, multi-cloud, and edge deployments. No matter the cloud provider, with Red Hat OpenShift, you can give your developers an open-standards-based container platform on Kubernetes that not only runs your application workloads but provides cloud portability for those workloads.
This Refcard gets you started on developer usage of Red Hat OpenShift and helps you go hands-on with installing a local development cluster using CodeReady Containers on your own machine. After installation, you’ll see an example of deploying the available data protection and management solution using the operator available on the Operator Hub.
OpenShift is used to host critical applications across enterprises around the world. As with all critical applications, application teams expect their applications to be highly available, achieving ...