One of the great advantages of using containers  is that it brings flexibility to you deployments. You can have a container configured with everything you need and move it around to be executed where you want, which is a time saving approach (and reminds me of the Java’s WORA : write once, run anywhere).… Continue reading docker: creating multi-arch images
Willing to try the latest version of IBM Cloud Private? Try out this simple bash script that helps you on installing either EE or CE versions. Enjoy!
I decided to install Minishift in the MacOS I’m using and during my first attempt I got the following (I pasted the full log): It took me a good amount of time to discover that doing the following solves the issue: And enables me to have Minishift up and running in MacOS:
I was updating the docker image I use to do Linux stuff within a macOS Mojave and during the update, this error message appeared: To fix it, I had to import the the public key for that repository: With that, everything worked as expected:
Minikube is a tool that makes it easy to run Kubernetes locally. Minikube runs a single-node Kubernetes cluster inside a VM on your laptop for users looking to try out Kubernetes or develop with it day-to-day . This is a step-by-step installation guide that puts togheter in a single page all required steps to install… Continue reading x86_64: Installing Minikube
Wondering to install IBM Cloud Private Community Edition 3.1.0 as a single node? Take a look at this video and learn how easy it is:
You can easily configure and install an IBM Cloud Private Cluster with GlusterFS for data persistence. See how it can be done by watching the video below:
If you like OpenSUSE you can now try it for FREE at Unicamp’s Minicloud. The Minicloud is hosted by the University of Campinas – Unicamp, which is an academic member of the OpenPower Foundation. It provides free access to Power® virtual machines that can be used for development, testing or migration of applications to Power®. Enjoy!
To reboot all your failing Pods you can execute the following command: p.s: ensure you have successfuly authenticated in your cluster before executing it.