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OpenShift in Action by Jamie Duncan and John Osborne

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Chapter 2. Getting started

This chapter covers

  • Accessing your cluster and logging in
  • Creating projects and deploying applications
  • Accessing your application by creating routes
  • Investigating application components
  • Comparing command-line and web workflows

There are three ways to interact with OpenShift: the command line, the web interface, and the RESTful API. This chapter focuses on deploying applications using the command line, because the command line exposes more of the process that’s used to create containerized applications in OpenShift. In other chapters, the examples may use the web interface or even the API. Our intention is to give you the most real-world examples of using OpenShift. We want to show you the best tools to get the various ...

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