Deploying the project to OpenShift

So far, we have looked at how to run the demo web application locally using the production and development configurations provided by the dev_override syntax. Now that we have an understanding of how the web application functions and leverages other services, we can look at how to deploy this application in a production-grade container orchestration environment such as OpenShift or Kubernetes. In this section of the book, we will deploy this project using the production configuration into the local Minishift cluster we created in Chapter 6, Managing Applications with OpenShift. Prior to starting this example, make sure you have a valid OpenShift credentials file that works with your local cluster, in the  ...

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