Posts Tagged with Openshift

24 Apr 2019, 20:36

Deploy Django Application in Sub Path Using Openshift
The Problem When you are using Openshift, you will be using routes to expose a route from a service. Let’s say you want to expose a path in example.com/dummy. When you do that for a django application(without any reverse proxy server), it usually becomes a problem, because the sub path does not work well with Django’s urls.

12 Aug 2018, 16:45

Automated Deployment to Openshift Using Jenkins and Webhook
This blog is the third one of three-parts series regarding CI/CD of Python Application using Gunicorn, NGINX, Jenkins Pipeline to Openshift. In series, we will be explaining: Part One: We will explain about deployment structure and preparations. Part Two: We will write the Jenkins Pipeline. Part Three: Deploy using Jenkins Pipeline to Openshift and Webhook implementation.

11 Aug 2018, 19:41

Writing Jenkins Pipeline For Openshift Deployment
This blog is the second one of three-parts series regarding CI/CD of Python Application using Gunicorn, NGINX, Jenkins Pipeline to Openshift. In series, we will be explaining: Part One: We will explain about deployment structure and preparations. Part Two: We will implement the Jenkins Pipeline. Part Three: Deploy using Jenkins Pipeline to Openshift and Webhook implementation.

11 Aug 2018, 15:09

Deploy A Python App to Openshift: Planning and Preparations
Deploying a Python application to Openshift is fairly easy. Write a Dockerfile and run oc new-app /path/to/Dockerfile, that’s it!! But if you want implement a full fledged modern CI/CD using Jenkins and openshift, you need to do little more than that. So let’s dive into it. We will explain about the whole process in three blog posts:

22 Jul 2018, 17:51

Deploy Django to Openshift Using Jenkins Pipeline(CI/CD)
Using Jenkins pipeline, you can easily automate your deployments in openshift. In this post, we are going to use this powerful tool to deploy a Django project. But before we start, one thing I need to mention is that, this project has been tested on in Minishift 1.2.0, Openshift v3.

24 Feb 2018, 13:32

Deploy Django to Openshift 3 Powered by MySQL and Gunicorn
If you want to use Openshift for deploying Django, you can follow this post and simply do that. You don’t need to learn Kubernetes. We will use docker file only. No other fancy stuff. Also, before starting, I am also hoping you are little bit familiar with Openshift 3 and oc tools.