Using Puppet with Kubernetes and OpenShift - OpenShift Commons Briefing #42
July 5, 2016 | by
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Since version 3, OpenShift has been built around Kubernetes, the cluster manager released by Google. In addition, Red Hat has been one of the main contributors to the open source Kubernetes project since it’s release.
Puppet recently released a module for managing Kubernetes resources (like Pods, Replication Controllers and Services) using Puppet. In this briefing, Gareth Rushgrove will give us an overview of using Puppet to manage and power up your OpenShift deployment.
OpenShift is Red Hat’s Platform-as-a-Service that allows developers to quickly develop, host, and scale applications in a cloud environment. Developers can also access OpenShift's open source distribution called OpenShift Origin.
Finally, OpenShift provides an integrated set of tools for managing your container based applications, everything from deployment to container repositories to access control and built-in metrics and monitoring services.
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