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OpenShift Cookbook by Shekhar Gulati

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Adding an editor member to a domain using rhc

Imagine that you are leading a software development team that uses OpenShift for development. During development, you would like all the developers in your team to be able to create, delete, push, or even SSH into application gear. However, you would not want users to rename or delete a domain, as this might impact other developers in your team or other teams. Another thing you would not like is to allow developers to change gear sizes. You can restrict development domains to only use small gears to save money. In this scenario, you will give developers an editor role that gives them the freedom to work with applications but not domains.

Getting ready

To complete this recipe, you will need to have rhc ...

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