OpenShift has become the most wanted technology of Red Hat. 30% of their current sales are happening because of it. Today, we take a look at using the technology in it’s current state on Fedora 25. Is OpenShift usable without Red Hat support? And if so, what obstacles are there to overcome?
There exists some confusing information on how to implement password protection for your staging environment. I found the following config suitable: Use your production env for staging and configure the required password with an env-variable.
Add to your config/deploy/production.rb:
config.middleware.insert_after(::Rack::Runtime, "::Rack::Auth::Basic", "Staging") do |u, p|
[u, p] == ['staging', ENV['STAGING_PASSWORD']]
If you are a Mac user who likes the feeling of deleting stuff and have drunken the docker inc. kool-aid (i.e. implementing microservice architecures on top of the “docker-toolbox”) this just might mean a breath of fresh air for you as well:
trash your “favourite” hypervisor (vmware, virtualbox, etc) with it
learn about the existence of the lean xhyve built on top of Apple’s own hypervisor framework (only on OSX 10.10+)