Here are some highlights from the past week on our streaming channel over the past week. Remember, we're streaming daily, and that you can even ask questions to the streamers. That's what it's all about, after all: helping you with your day-to-day OpenShift work.
Building the Perfect Tools Container
A lot of the trouble folks have with the transition to thinking about containers comes from the fact that the usual toolbox of Linux tools aren't included in container images, nor are they rolled into the slimmed down host Linux. Instead of trying to shoehorn necessary work and maintenance tools into existing into the host or into an application container, the preferred method is to create specific containers for those development tools. To this end, the toolbox container project, formerly known as the fedora-toolbox can help you build out a solution to your tooling problems.
Transform IT Operations with AIOps and Multicloud Management from IBM
The escalating volume and complexity of today’s IT environments has introduced unique challenges in the management of applications and infrastructure. Cloud native technologies are producing data at a rate that is impossible to manage and analyze with traditional tools. A new approach is needed to help IT shift from reactive to proactive management and incident resolution to increase efficiency, lower cost, and ensure business continuity. Join us to see how IBM’s AIOps and multicloud management solution helps you leverage AI to map data to business objectives, govern and automate IT operations with confidence, build a DevSecOps culture.
How to Use 'devfiles' to Configure Eclipse Che
The Code Ready Workspaces folks team has plenty of ways to help your developers get on board faster, and share their workspaces more easily. And, of course, this is all available in an open source manner, through the Eclipse Che project. If you're looking to build out the most customized and unique IDE experience possible due to incredibly weird business demands, Che is your ticket to the wonderful world of distributed, browser-based development. It's also great if you just need to give your team a Java IDE in the browser with access to all the behind-the-firewall goodies and services.
Deploying OKD 4 on vSphere and Microsoft Azure
Walid Shaari and Josef Meier walk us through the process of installing the Open Kubernetes Distribution on Microsoft Azure and VMware vSphere. This video covers caching images, installer troubleshooting, dealing with virtual machines, and all the bits and pieces you need to ensure you're up and running with minimal trouble.