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Postby April Mike on Mon Nov 16, 2020 4:04 am

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Similarly like with Ingress, OpenShift chose to have a different way of managing deployments. In Kubernetes there are Deployment objects (you can also use them in OpenShift with all other Kubernetes objects as well) responsible for updating pods in a rolling update fashion and is implemented internally in controllers. OpenShift has a similar object called DeploymentConfig implemented not by controllers, but rather by sophisticated logic based on dedicated pods controlling whole process.

It has some drawbacks, but also one significant undefeated hats advantage over Kubernetes Deployment - you can use hooks to prepare your environment for an update - e.g. by changing database schema. It's a nifty feature that is hard to implement with Deployment (and no, InitContainers are not the same, as it's hard to coordinate it with many instances running). Deployment, however, is better when dealing with multiple, concurrent updates - DeploymentConfig doesn't support concurrent updates at all and in Kubernetes you can have many of them and it will manage to scale them properly.

it was a PaaS platform. By switching from their custom solution (they used something they called gears instead of containers) to Kubernetes it became easier to bring more features and one of the most exciting is integrated Jenkins. There are multiple CI/CD software solutions available, but Jenkins is still the biggest, most universal, generic and mature solution. It is also often used with yums hats Kubernetes clusters to build container images, perform Continuous Integration tasks on them and deploy.

projects add some default objects. Currently a few roles ( RoleBinding objects to be precise) are created alongside with a project, but you can modify default project template and use it to provision other objects. A good example would be network policies that close your project for external traffic so that is isolated and secure by default - if you want to permit some kind of traffic you would do so by creating additional policies explicitly. In Image a similar way you could provide default quotas or .

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