#1 Black Polo Hat by DarrenMorse 09.09.2019 21:19

It makes deployment harder Black Polo Hat on OpenShift and in most cases you need some external wrappers (like I do) to make it more flexible and useful in more complex scenarios than just simple, one pod application deployments. Helm is so much better , but its current architecture (Tiller component installed as Pod with huge permissions) isn t compatible with more strict security polices in OpenShift.So which one is better you may ask? Personally, I think HAproxy in OpenShift is much more mature, although doesn t have as much features as some Ingress implementations. On Kubernetes however you can use different enhancements - my favorite one is an integration with cert-manager that allows you to automate management of SSL certificates.

No more manual actions for issuing and renewal of certificates and additionally you can use trusted CA for free thanks to integration with Letsencrypt !Similarly like with Ingress, OpenShift chose to have a different way of managing deployments. In Kubernetes there are Deployment objects (you can also White Polo Hat use them in OpenShift with all other Kubernetes objects as well) responsible for updating pods in a rolling update fashion and is implemented internally in controllers. OpenShift has a similar object called DeploymentConfig implemented not by controllers, but rather by sophisticated logic based on dedicated pods controlling whole process.

ImageStreams for managing container images. Do Polo Hat With Leather Strap you know how  easy it is to change a tag for an image in a container registry? Without external tools such as skopeo you need to download the whole image, change it locally and push it back. Also promoting applications by changing container tags and updating Deployment object definition is not a pleasant way to do it.Red Hat created OpenShift long before Kubernetes project was found and from the start, it was a PaaS platform. By switching from their custom solution (they used something they called gears instead of containers) to Kubernetes it became easier to bring more features and one of the most exciting is integrated Jenkins. Polo Bear Hat

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