NuoDB on Red Hat OpenShift
A few years ago, Red Hat introduced OpenShift, which provides a Platform as a Service (PaaS). There are a number of flavors of OpenShift from Origin, an open-source community project, to a fully managed online service. OpenShift allows developers to focus on incremental application changes while not having to administer the infrastructure. OpenShift provides a continuous integration framework where it slurps your GitHub repo into a docker container with the proper language engine and lets Kubernetes orchestrate the deployment of the container pods to various host nodes. That being said, NuoDB is not an application that can be deployed via the OpenShift web console but can be deployed as part of the PaaS. In this blog, I’ll walk you through standing up your own OpenShift Origin cluster on Centos and pull in NuoDB containers as part of the platform.
For this blog, I’m only launching a single OpenShift node on an AWS EC2 instance. This node contains both the “Master” and “Node” services. There are a number of ways to deploy an OpenShift cluster but I found the steps in this link to be the simplest and quickest to get a cluster up and running. Use the first option, “oc cluster up”. This will deploy the necessary OpenShift containers, create a default oc user account, and create a new project.
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May 26, 2017 at 07:39PM