Showing posts from February, 2019

Up and Running with Red Hat CodeReady Workspace IDE

Just another IDE? Yeah, you got it right, just another IDE. But this time, It's a special IDE designed for the Kubernetes developers. CodeReady Workspace IDE [1] includes tools and the dependencies that are needed to code, build, test, run, and debug the applications that run inside your Kubernetes clusters. It's hard to find the getting started guides in the Red Hat developer page so I tried and note it down here. A. First, you need to have a running OpenShift Container Platform (OCP) instance Right now CodeReady Workspace only works inside the OCP as far as I know [2] (there may be hackers out there know how to make it work in other platforms). The easiest way is to use the Red Hat Container Development Kit (CDK) [3] which helps you to have a smaller scale version of the OCP up and running, the minishift [4]. And, in order to install the CDK successfully, the recommended way is to install it inside a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) server, register a Red Hat Developer acco

Searchlight weekly report - Stein R-12,11,10,9

For the last four weeks, we're working on hardening our multi-vision and preparing for the Open Infrastructure Summit in Denver this April [1]. The team had submitted one session to discuss and showcase our progress on implementing the multi-cloud features [2] and waiting for voting results. For the Denver summit, we decided to give a demonstration of Searchlight that has: Search resources across multiple OpenStack Clouds [3] Frontend UI that adds the views for multi-cloud search [4] So, from now to before the summit, we will focus on developing the [3] and [4] features for Searchlight. For more details about our multi-cloud vision for Searchlight, please have a look at [5]. Btw, It's the Lunar New Year now in Viet Nam. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! References: [1] [2] [3]!/story/2004840 [4]!/story