The documentation for OKD is pretty comprehensive

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OpenShift OKD on Fedora CoreOS on DigitalOcean Part 2: Configuration

Posted on August 23, 2020  |  dustymabe Introduction NOTE: The second post of this series is available here.
This blog post is the third in a series that illustrates how to set up an OpenShift OKD cluster on DigitalOcean .
The second post in the series covered the automated deployment and teardown of a cluster using the digitalocean -okd-install script.
At this point you should have a cluster up and running and ready to be further customized.
Set Up Custom TLS Certificates In the first post in this series we mentioned that you may want to have valid certificates for your cluster.
[Read More] OpenShift OKD on Fedora CoreOS on DigitalOcean Part 1: Deployment.
Posted on August 13, 2020  |  dustymabe Introduction NOTE: The first post of this series is available here.
This blog post is the second in a series that illustrates how to set up an OpenShift OKD cluster on DigitalOcean .
The first post in the series covered some background information and pre-requisites needed for deploying a cluster.
At this point you should have chosen the domain for your cluster.

Set up your registrar to point to DigitalOcean nameservers

installed all necessary software (doctl, openshift-install, oc, aws cli, etc.
[Read More] OpenShift OKD on Fedora CoreOS on DigitalOcean Part 0: Preparation.
Posted on July 28, 2020  |  dustymabe Introduction This blog post is the first in a series that will illustrate how to set up an OpenShift OKD cluster on DigitalOcean using the bare metal install documentation (user provisioned infrastructure).
OKD has tight integrations with the Operating System and uses Fedora CoreOS as a platform for driving the underlying infrastructure, .

Thus we’ll be deploying on top of Fedora CoreOS images inside of DigitalOcean

The documentation for OKD is pretty comprehensive, but there is nothing like having a guide to help fill in some of the gaps and show an example of it working with real world values.
[Read More] The K9s TUI for Kubernetes.
Posted on July 18, 2020  |  dustymabe If you’ve ever had a chance to “nerd out” with me much I’ve probably told you about at least one TUI that I use to make my daily work life easier.
Some of my favorites include htop, tig, tmux (not sure if tmux counts), etc.
Lately I’ve been finding myself using Kubernetes/OpenShift much more and I have often thought to myself I wish a nice TUI existed to get in and navigate resources in a Kubernetes environment.
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