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Build a Tekton Pipeline to deploy a mobile app back end to OpenShift 4
To demonstrate some of the capabilities of Tekton, this tutorial deploys an instance of Example Loyalty, an example customer-rewards application. You'll learn how to convert the manual deployment of a set of microservices as a back end for a mobile loyalty app into a Tekton Pipeline.
Working with OpenShift operators to deploy a database on OpenShift on IBM Cloud
This tutorial walks through the process of deploying a community operator into an existing OpenShift project so you can create instances of the PostgreSQL database.
Create an OpenShift on IBM Cloud cluster
This OpenShift tutorial demonstrates how to create a standard cluster, open the OpenShift console and access built-in OpenShift components. Deploy an application that uses IBM Cloud® services in an OpenShift project, and expose the application on an OpenShift route so that external users can access the service.
Scaffold and deploy a scalable web application on OpenShift
In this OpenShift tutorial, you’ll learn how to scaffold a web application, run it locally in a container, push the scaffolded code to a private Git repository, then deploy it to an OpenShift on IBM Cloud cluster. Expose the application on an OpenShift route, bind a custom domain, monitor the health of the environment and scale the application.
Renew security certificates automatically for web domains
This OpenShift tutorial shows you how to use the OpenShift enterprise Kubernetes environment or a serverless approach to automate Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)- or Transport Layer Security (TLS)-certificate renewal.
Deploy a sample currency exchange app to OpenShift using Red Hat Universal Base Image
Example code for deploying a Python application to OpenShift on IBM Cloud, improving security, responsiveness and resiliency.
Application modernization with PHP, Source-to-Image and OpenShift
This code pattern is a PHP web application, designed to showcase how Kubernetes-based microservices modernize a traditional application, using the OpenShift Source-to-Image toolkit.
Focus on data privacy with a back end for a mobile loyalty app
Build and deploy a microservice-based back end on OpenShift on IBM Cloud
Java EE application modernization with OpenShift
This code pattern shows how to modernize a Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) application running on Open Liberty by transforming it into Kubernetes-based microservices. See how to create a container image of a RESTful application for a system connected to a MySQL database and deployed in an enterprise Kubernetes environment.
Application modernization with Source-to-Image and OpenShift
This Node.js web application is designed to showcase how Kubernetes-based microservices modernize a traditional application, using the OpenShift Source-to-Image toolkit. This code pattern also explores open standards and demonstrates front-end technologies for custom charts and responsive design.
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