• OAuth in OpenShift

    Applications provisioned in OpenShift can use its OAuth authentication mechanism for granting access. This is very useful feature because all applications running on OpenShift will have consistent behavior. But there might be some caveats if you don’t understand fully how OAuth works.

  • Working with OpenAPI

    Last two years I’ve been working on various parts of cloud.redhat.com. It’s a big web application with bunch of services and all of them provide REST API. In order to standardize documentation OpenAPI was chosen as a specification for describing REST API. It’s a nice thing and I really see the value in it but the more your service is getting bigger the more complicated become editing of the specification. I found a helpful tool that might interest you.

  • How I became Red Hat Certified Architect

    When I started to work at Red Hat I familiarized with Red Hat Certification program. You can take an exam related to some Red Hat product and if you pass you will get a certificate. Red Hat exams differ form other certification programs in the industry. You get a system, e.g. RHEL, and you need to configure and fix it according to the tasks in the exam. Besides it has some milestones that give you motivation to take more exams.

  • Migrating Jenkins jobs to new instance

    You might know Why I don’t like Jenkins but I still have to use it in my job. Recently I was need to migrate Jenkins jobs to new instance and it was easier than I expected.

  • Triggering Kubernetes resources in OpenShift

    When I was starting to familiarize with OpenShift 3 I loved its builtin continous delivery mechanism. Using webhooks and triggers you can easily deploy your code from Github, GitLab or Bitbucket. In OpenShift 4 more Kubernetes resources have been added and they don’t have triggers support. Is there a way to enable it?