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Implementing OpenShift by Adam Miller

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Summary

In this chapter we have discussed DevOps, the Fedora Project, and OpenShift's relationship with Fedora. From there we deployed Fedora to a virtual machine using open source virtualization tools. We covered the topic of using Ansible as an orchestration and configuration management utility and used it to deploy OpenShift to our Fedora virtual machine. Finally, we configured our rhc command-line utility to point to our newly installed OpenShift Origin environment so that we may utilize it, and showed how to use the REST API with our OpenShift Origin environment. Hopefully we've all had a lot of fun and are now hacking on our very own open source PaaS with ease, and have a better understanding of all the technologies and utilities that are ...

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