One of the benefits of Kubernetes is that it allows you to run your applications in the exact same way in your test environment as in your production environment. If you followed along with my first article on this topic, How to install Red Hat OpenShift Local on your laptop, you now have a local OpenShift environment.
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Having a lab where you can test your application or configuration before sending it to a production environment is an invaluable resource to ensure deployments are smooth and production is stable.
No wizardry needed to use Ansible's magic variable 'hostvars'
Use Redfish to manage servers automatically
Test TCP ports with Python and Scapy
Stop using Telnet to test ports
This article presents an approach for using a custom operator and the Operator SDK to transform a collection of YAML files into a custom resource. It outlines the steps for creating a distinctive resource
CustomResourceDefinition that you can use to deploy a predefined set of resources, such as a particular policy, governance, or deployment.
How to get started with Ansible Private Automation Hub
In August 2022, Dan Walsh (one of the authors of this article) moved out of his role as container runtimes architect at Red Hat to architect for the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) for Edge team. Specifically, he has moved to the Red Hat In-Vehicle Operating System (RHIVOS) Containers On Wheels (COW) team.