Deploy microservices on OpenShift 3 with Red Hat Developer Studio
In this heavily demo-focused presentation, we will see how you can, with Red Hat Developer Studio, an Eclipse based distribution, deploy some Docker-based microservices into an OpenShift 3 instance (Red Hat's Platform As A Service offering), running on Red Hat's Container Developement Kit.
This presentation is based on a microservices tutorial, the helloworld-msa project, available on github. You will learn how you can build Docker images, deploy and scale several communicating microservices, on OpenShift 3, without leaving Eclipse.
OpenShift 3 is based on top of Docker containers and the Kubernetes container cluster manager, and is completely open source. It allows developers to quickly develop, host, and scale applications in a cloud environment.
The local version of OpenShift 3 featured in this presentation is powered by Red Hat's Container Development Kit, which provides a pre-built Container Development Environment based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
This presentation will highlight some of the Eclipse tools Red Hat is developing or is contributing to, namely the OpenShift and Docker Tools.
Outline/Structure of the Demonstration
- 5 min Introduction
- 15 min demo
- Q&A if time permits
Attendees will learn about OpenShift 3 and Kubernetes concepts, and get familiarized with the Eclipse tooling surrounding Docker and OpenShift.
Middleware and DevOps Engineers interested in deploying Microservices in a Cloud-based environment.