What is OpenShift?

1/08/2019 को प्रकाशित
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OpenShift is a platform that allows you to run containerized applications and workloads, and it is powered by Kubernetes under the covers. There are many flavors available with OpenShift, and each helps streamline the day-to-day tasks for developers and operations engineers.
Check out this quick overview video with Sai Vennam as he goes through each layer of the OpenShift architecture and explains how a developer and operations engineer can each take advantage of using OpenShift.
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  • Great video mate.. very insightful and crisp content

  • I like this guy, and the content delivery is easy to understand. This IBM Cloud channel is fantastic ! but in the other hand, The Data and AI channel from IBM is really need to be modernized.

  • Is he writing backwards???

  • So you are building on Cenos. So you are building a ProMox? Can someone please tell me why I should abandon my ProMox for this? If you work with raw files on a ZFS I feel I have the best solution without all the BS overhead. I want to keep things as native as possible. So far the only benefit is the push updates.

  • This guy is good at his job

  • Great Video

  • Please explain how would developers handle day to day job without Open shift and why Open Shift is better then the legacy way of doing app engineer job

  • Nice video! (I want to learn how to draw a nice pic like this

  • Can you give a demo of all the things that you just explained.

  • well explained

  • Great light boarding session @Sai Vennam you really inspired me to learn more about Openshift.

  • I have a question . Thisgo serves me to host a WordPress site and scaling the resources if i need It?

  • How to write inverted?

  • How is he so good at writing backwards? IBM is full of so much talent.

    • Hey Tamil! Here's a post we created to explain how these videos are created ibm.co/30vOVgr 😃

    • Here you go inplans.info/first/qai016Zoj9Vui4E/v-iy

    • Is he really writing backwards? What setup do they use? I am bit curious

  • Sai Vennam It is so simply explained. I normally explain my team in that way and when i was searching stumbled across you..

  • whew ! that was very organic - Great story telling trait and I learned Open shit in a jiffy.. thank you

  • Open shift is amazing

  • What is System Administrator task in Openshift, Thank you

  • Man, I wish I could give this guy a 1000 thumb ups

  • I love this guy, I have to confess! Whatever what he tries to explain he does so good. What a hiring IBM.

    • you know that saying "it went straight over your head"?? Well in this case it went straight into my head xD !!

  • I stoped using openshift when they changed their pricing model. They charge min $50 even if you don't consume $50 of resources. Too bad

  • Superb....loved the way he explain. Step by step with diagrams and scenario❤️❤️👍

  • Great !!

  • You are a Whiteboard Jedi Master! If there were degrees in Whiteboard, you have a PhD! Joy to watch.

  • Hi, Good day! JENKINS as I understand is a code deployment tool (Please correct me if I am wrong). If JENKINS in Openshift does the code image deployment into host servers and creates a new version every time there is a change in code, then when is the Production deployment taking place? Is there any piece of information I am missing out here?

    • In OpenShift 4, Jenkins can be configured as a “pipeline” for code deployment. These pipelines have stages than can be customized. For example, a prod pipeline wouldn’t automatically deploy on code change, but rather manually signed off by an ops admin when releases are made.

  • There are too many software created to address the devops-containerization space. It's becoming very cumbersome for developers to track all these software. Devops was intially sold was making life easier for all but is now making life complicated due to all these nuts and bolts in one-on-top-of-another kind of architecture..

  • Great info.....

  • woah, he write from right to left

    • @IBM Cloud thank you :-D

    • 😉 Here's a post on how we do it: ibm.co/2XqvELP

  • When you realize that everything he writes is backwards! :O

    • Hi Parth! Can you please check again? ibm.co/2Pw0C0H We checked and should work just fine. Thanks!

    • @IBM Cloud the link isn't working

    • 😉 Here's a post on how we do it: ibm.co/2XqvELP

    • I think... maybe he wrote it all forwards, but then they mirrored the video... surely? He's too good at it otherwise.

  • Very good explanations. So OpenShift is basically an "Easier version" of K8s plus Ansible.

  • great explainer vid! I keep getting reminded of Nancy Pi :)

  • nice explanation thank you

  • thanks to great explanation, I am starting to understand details about openshift, thank you Sai .

    • We love to hear that! Thanks for your feedback.

  • Short and crisp. Thanks a lot.

  • inplans.info/first/fbmzwYJ616qpnqc/v-iy Image Stream? Isn't kubectl set image

  • great video. wouldve been better if you added the build process inclusing testing and infra as code

  • Very clear and easy explanation

    • Thanks, Azza!

  • Great explanation

  • outstanding, explaining clearly the function and roles, as well as all the process , under different user´s perspective (dev, operations, etc).

    • Thank you, Eduardo!

  • May I ask you to find an IT major to translate it into Chinese? These translations are simply not right like 'image' 'registry‘ ..... Your translation will only make others more confused!!!!

  • best way, you explained this, excellent

    • Thank you, Bilal! 🙏

  • Nice explanation for beginners, Thanks.

  • super !

  • Hi Sai, Great and simple explanation. You spoke about developers and operations folks. Can you throw some light on the security aspects and how do we enhance resiliency through cyber security best practices?

    • Thank you! On security, OpenShift comes with industry-grade security practices built-in. For example, OpenShift prevents users from running containers as root by default - this differs from vanilla Kubernetes. Just one of the ways it ensures that users think about security as part of their DevOps flows.

  • Loved the video but I'd like to point out that this is just OpenShift Pipeline Build high level overview and not all what OpenShift allows you to do.

  • Excellent presentation.....appreciated.

  • As I watch this videos I keep catching myself thinking of how this video is awesome! Look at the dark background, dark shirt, mic. on the shirt in order to get clear voice otherwise would be blocked by transparent screen. The way Sai draws everything nice, precise and colorful is simply amazing. Thanks again IBM & Sai for these series. Keep it coming guys - you make the world better place with each video.

  • i have recently learnt ansible and wanted to learn openshift.....but kind of hesitant of doing so....

  • nice

  • Nice video. Thanks.

  • very well explained sir

  • Very good one. Clarity and presentation is s superb to say the least!!

  • Great

  • Thanks for the info! Also, I'm mad at how well you can write backwards...

    • Its a lightboard! inplans.info/first/qai016Zoj9Vui4E/v-iy

    • I assume the video is mirrored.

    • you are also assuming that he is left-handed.

  • @ibmcloud Can we connect external Kubernetes cluster with Openshift ?

  • Excellent :)

  • very well explained, thanks

  • Amaizing flowing way of teaching. Many thanks.

  • i have one doubt , i want to web console to deploy a application and that application view in loadbalancer ip(application deployment is completed and the i just edit the service yml file in loadbalancer ip and creat the route in dns name but i cant able to see the application loadbalancer ip)

  • That was really nice....

  • Great Overview. Thanks !

  • Wonderfully done sir, great overview, Thank you !

    • You're welcome Steve. Thanks for watching. Sai

  • This is an amazing way of explaining using the diagrams.I understood clearly the different levels and what openshift does. My understanding is that Open-shift creates the image whenever dew build has created in the jenkins and push it into the respositoy which comes along with OpenShift and sent to the Cluster and all these happening in the back-end. whenever new image is created,it will update the same in the clusters.Please correct me, if i am wrong.

  • After watching 10 videos This video helps in understanding the concept

  • Excelent. Is posible to make a video talk about to VOIP with Asterix and REHL?... Many Thx.

    • Thank you for the feedback, Jesmar. We will take a look at that.-Sai

  • hi, thx for the video. If I used OKD, do I still need Kubernetes installed?

    • @IBM Cloud thank you,, I just start to jump into container world, do you have any references for beginer? Where to start first, or step by step?

    • Hi Umar! No, OKD comes with Kubernetes embedded. Thanks for watching.-Sai

  • Does this dude write backwards?

    • He's not actually left handed. Also, you can tell his left ear is on the right side, and right ear on the left side.

    • Here's a post we created to explain how these videos are created. ibm.co/335YQYY Hope this helps! --Sai.

  • Which software / technology do you use to create these tutorials? Is there any opensource platform for creating such tutorials?

    • Hi Syed! We do not use any special technology or software to make these. We use normal video editing software. Here's a post we created to explain how these videos are created. ibm.co/335YQYY Hope this helps. Saw

  • Let's be honest, we all freaked out when he started writing on the screen

    • @IBM Cloud can you please share the exact blogs about how these videos made, the above link redirect to subscription ,hard to find

    • Hope we didn't freak you out too much. Here's a post to explain how these videos are created. ibm.co/335YQYY Let us know if you have any more questions and thanks for visiting.

  • this is a really awesome explanation. nice work guys!

    • We appreciate hearing this, Zachary! -Sai

  • the diference between pivotal Cloud foundry wath is?

    • Hi Adolfo! To put it simply, Cloud Foundry is an application-focused PaaS where as OpenShift and Kubernetes are container-focused. Cloud Foundry sacrifices some operational controls to simplify the overall developer experience. Thanks for watching our video, Sai

  • Good stuff!! very clear and concise. Thanks !!

    • Appreciate the kind words, Will! -Sai

  • Thanks for the great overview..!

  • Excellent, thanks for sharing

  • Fantastic

  • Great Video!

  • Do you have playlist for openshift for beginners

    • Hi Naresh! In fact, we are working on an "OpenShift 101" playlist, as well as some others. Make sure you are subscribed to our channel, and you'll be notified when the playlist is up. --Sai

  • Superb Presentation

    • @IBM Cloud Do you have playlist for openshift for beginners

    • Thank you, Naresh.

  • Excellent overview of OpenShift

  • Is he really writing backwards?

    • Hello Kit! No, not writing backwards. Check out this behind-the-scenes post to learn how they do it: ibm.co/2SA1vGd Thank you for watching the video.

  • Really nice explained, very good

  • Excellent!! Thanks

  • Excellent intro !

    • Glad it was helpful, Alessandro.

  • IBM there are no words to praise your Excellence in the IT industry. It is always wise to have the Dev and Ops teams, this is called segregation of duties. Additionally all corporations must have cybersecurity teams as well. Thank you Thank you for Openshift. Every time someone spoils the IT and Enterprise IT - IBM has to rescue it. Good Job on Openshift - Wonderful product. As always No Less than SUPERB that too the Powerful GUI and CLI.

  • I'm just starting to learn open shift and the intro to Open Shift couldn't have been simpler....can you recommend me which course to take to learn open shift

    • I agree, this is not easier for a beginner to understand. complex shit

    • Hi Xing: To learn more about how to use OpenShift, check out their great learning portal: learn.openshift.com/ Hope this helps! Thanks for watching. Sai

    • If you have a Red Hat Learning Subscription, I'd highly recommend the DO280 course. It goes deep into each of the components.

  • Great video. Easier to understand. Thanks!

  • Straight to the point, thank you very much.

    • Glad it was helpful to you. Thanks for visiting our channel.

  • What is the basic difference between Kubernetes and openShift. Because the Kubernetes also do these things

    • There is a lot of differences

    • HI Deepak....see if this video answers your question. inplans.info/first/lbm1qKiQ1bNroqc/v-iy

  • Great explanation, good content! Thanks for sharing!!!