Arun Gupta is a technology enthusiast, avid runner, author of a best-selling book, globe trotter, a community guy, Java Champion, JavaOne Rockstar, JUG Leader, Minecraft Modder, Devoxx4Kids-er, and a Red Hatter.
OpenShift is Red Hat’s PaaS platform and comes in three flavors:
This Tech Tip will show how you can setup a Virtual VM running with OpenShift Online. Instructions at openshift.github.io/documentation/oo_deployment_guide_vm.html are pretty self explanatory. Here are the exact ones that I followed on Mavericks:
curl -O https://mirror.openshift.com/pub/origin-server/release/4/images/openshift-origin.tgz
tar xzvf ~/Downloads/openshift-origin.tgz x OpenShift Origin v4/ x OpenShift Origin v4/OpenShift Origin v4.nvram x OpenShift Origin v4/OpenShift Origin v4.vbox x OpenShift Origin v4/OpenShift Origin v4.vmsd x OpenShift Origin v4/OpenShift Origin v4.vmx x OpenShift Origin v4/OpenShift Origin v4.vmxf x OpenShift Origin v4/._origin-vm.vmdk x OpenShift Origin v4/origin-vm.vmdk
Type “5” to exit to the command prompt.
The username/password are “demo”/”changeme”.
ssh -f firstname.lastname@example.org -L 8080:localhost:8080 -N
Password is “changeme”. OpenShift admin console is now accessible at localhost:8080/admin-console and looks like:
More details about Admin Console are well documented.
Many thanks to Harrison for guiding me through creating this process!