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How OpenShift’s Core Components Work

From OpenShift in Action
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By Jamie Duncan, John Osborne

OpenShift Workflows and Core Components

From OpenShift in Action

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Use Cases for Container Platforms

From OpenShift in Action by Jamie Duncan and John Osborne

The technology inside OpenShift is pretty cool. But unless you can tie a new technology to some sort of benefit to your mission, then it’s hard to justify investigating it. In this article, we’ll look at some of the benefits OpenShift can provide, starting out by looking at some of the technological benefits.

Learn the Ins and Outs of Docker


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By Peter Fisher

Getting Started with OpenShift

From OpenShift in Action by Jamie Duncan and John Osborne

This article, excerpted from chapter 2 of OpenShift in Action, provides an introduction to OpenShift using the command line to deploy an application.

Building Your First Docker Application

From Docker in Practice, Second Edition by Ian Miell and Aidan Hobson Sayers

This article, adapted from chapter 1 of Docker in Practice, Second Edition, jumps in feet first and gets you started on making a simple application image with Docker. You will also explore some key Docker features like Dockerfiles, tagging an image for easy reference, and more.

Leveraging OpenShift

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By Jamie Duncan and John Osborne

Handling Client Requests Properly with Kubernetes

By Marko Lukša

It goes without saying that we want client requests to be handled properly. We obviously don’t want to see broken connections when pods are starting up or shutting down. By itself, Kubernetes doesn’t ensure this never happens. Your app needs to follow a few rules to prevent broken connections. This article discusses those rules.

The Guide to Container Linux


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By Matt Bailey

Introducing Replication Controllers in Kubernetes

By Marko Lukša

This article was excerpted from the book Kubernetes in Action.

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