Revision as of 13:58, 30 July 2019 by Peter.callaghan (Adding link to currently functioning OpenShift installation)
OPS635 OpenShift Lab: Container Management Using OpenShift
Deploying containerized services using a platform as a service (PaaS) tool can make it easier to manage having multiple services deployed across a larger number of machines.
- You must have completed the docker lab, otherwise you will have to create a new docker image.
- One Solid State Drive (SSD), minimum capacity 240GB, in a USB3 Enclosure.
Investigation 1: Installing OpenShift
- Install OpenShift on one VM
- Note: The requirements for this change regularly, therefore we are going to link to a currently functioning external set of instructions. This may change from semester to semester.
Investigation 2: Deploying a containerized Service in OpenShift
- Perform all of the following steps using only one of the GUI or the command line.
- Create a new project called 'ops635-<yourname>'.
- Use it to deploy a service using the container image you published in the docker lab.
- Ensure that you can reach the service from outside your VM.
Investigation 3: Learning the other interface
- Repeat the steps from investigation 2, but using the interface you did not use (e.g. if you used the GUI in investigation 2, repeat those steps on the command line).
- Demonstrate your service working in class.
- Export your deployment configuration and upload it to Blackboard.