OpenShift Cookbook.

By: Gulati, ShekharPublisher: Olton Birmingham : Packt Publishing, Limited, 2014Copyright date: ©2014Description: 1 online resource (535 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781783981212Subject(s): Cloud computing.;Web servicesGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: OpenShift CookbookDDC classification: 005.1 LOC classification: QA76.585 -- .G85 2014ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- OpenShift Cookbook -- Table of Contents -- OpenShift Cookbook -- Credits -- About the Author -- About the Reviewers -- www.PacktPub.com -- Support files, eBooks, discount offers, and more -- Why Subscribe? -- Free Access for Packt account holders -- Preface -- What this book covers -- What you need for this book -- Who this book is for -- Conventions -- Reader feedback -- Customer support -- Downloading the example code -- Errata -- Piracy -- Questions -- 1. Getting Started with OpenShift -- A brief introduction into OpenShift -- Creating an OpenShift Online account -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Creating OpenShift domains using the web console -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Creating a WordPress application using the web console -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Uploading SSH keys using the web console -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Working with the SSH key passphrases -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Cloning the application to the local machine -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Deploying your first change -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Checking the application's gear quota and limits -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- Installing the OpenShift rhc command-line client -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Setting up an OpenShift account using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Enabling the autocomplete feature in an rhc command-line client -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works….
There's more… -- See also -- Viewing the account details using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Specifying a different OpenShift server hostname -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Updating rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- 2. Managing Domains -- Introduction -- Creating a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more... -- See also -- Renaming a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Viewing domain details using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it... -- How it works... -- There's more… -- See also -- Adding viewer members to a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Adding an editor member to a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Adding an admin member to a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Viewing all the members in a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Removing members from a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Restricting gear sizes for a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Leaving a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Deleting a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- 3. Creating and Managing Applications -- Introduction -- Creating an OpenShift application using the rhc command-line client -- Getting ready.
How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more -- See also -- Specifying your own template Git repository URL -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Starting/stopping/restarting an application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Adding and managing add-on cartridges -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See more -- Adding a cron cartridge to an application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Using downloadable cartridges with OpenShift applications -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Viewing application details -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See more -- Cloning the application Git repository using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See more -- SSH into the application gear using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See more -- Running a command in the application's SSH session using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See more -- Setting application-specific environment variables -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See more -- Taking and restoring application backups -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Tracking and rolling back application deployments -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Configuring the default Git branch for deployment -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Doing manual deployments -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Configuring and doing binary deployments -- Getting ready -- How to do it….
How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Using your own custom domain name -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Cleaning up the application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Deleting the application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- 4. Using MySQL with OpenShift Applications -- Introduction -- Adding a MySQL cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Adding a phpMyAdmin cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Accessing a MySQL database from your local machine -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Connecting to a MySQL cartridge from your local machine using MySQL Workbench -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Updating the MySQL max connections setting -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Updating the MySQL configuration settings -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Performing scheduled MySQL database backups -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Using an Amazon RDS MySQL DB instance with OpenShift -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- 5. Using PostgreSQL with OpenShift Applications -- Introduction -- Adding the PostgreSQL cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Accessing the PostgreSQL cartridge from your local machine -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Connecting to the PostgreSQL cartridge using pgAdmin from your local machine -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also.
Updating the PostgreSQL max_connections setting -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Using the .psqlrc configuration file to configure the OpenShift application psql shell -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Performing scheduled PostgreSQL database backups -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Using EnterpriseDB PostgreSQL Cloud Database with OpenShift -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Installing PostgreSQL extensions -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- 6. Using MongoDB and Third-party Database Cartridges with OpenShift Applications -- Introduction -- Adding a MongoDB cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Adding a RockMongo cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Accessing a MongoDB cartridge from your local machine -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Connecting to a MongoDB cartridge using Robomongo from your local machine -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Enabling the MongoDB cartridge REST interface -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Performing scheduled MongoDB database backups -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Using MongoLab MongoDB-as-a-Service with OpenShift -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Adding a MariaDB cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Adding a Redis cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- 7. OpenShift for Java Developers -- Introduction.
Creating and deploying Java EE 6 applications using the JBoss EAP and PostgreSQL 9.2 cartridges.
Summary: If you are a web application developer who wants to use the OpenShift platform to host your next big idea but are looking for guidance on how to achieve this, then this book is the first step you need to take. This is a very accessible cookbook where no previous knowledge of OpenShift is needed.
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Intro -- OpenShift Cookbook -- Table of Contents -- OpenShift Cookbook -- Credits -- About the Author -- About the Reviewers -- www.PacktPub.com -- Support files, eBooks, discount offers, and more -- Why Subscribe? -- Free Access for Packt account holders -- Preface -- What this book covers -- What you need for this book -- Who this book is for -- Conventions -- Reader feedback -- Customer support -- Downloading the example code -- Errata -- Piracy -- Questions -- 1. Getting Started with OpenShift -- A brief introduction into OpenShift -- Creating an OpenShift Online account -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Creating OpenShift domains using the web console -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Creating a WordPress application using the web console -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Uploading SSH keys using the web console -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Working with the SSH key passphrases -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Cloning the application to the local machine -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Deploying your first change -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Checking the application's gear quota and limits -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- Installing the OpenShift rhc command-line client -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Setting up an OpenShift account using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Enabling the autocomplete feature in an rhc command-line client -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works….

There's more… -- See also -- Viewing the account details using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Specifying a different OpenShift server hostname -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Updating rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- 2. Managing Domains -- Introduction -- Creating a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more... -- See also -- Renaming a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Viewing domain details using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it... -- How it works... -- There's more… -- See also -- Adding viewer members to a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Adding an editor member to a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Adding an admin member to a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Viewing all the members in a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Removing members from a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Restricting gear sizes for a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Leaving a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Deleting a domain using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- 3. Creating and Managing Applications -- Introduction -- Creating an OpenShift application using the rhc command-line client -- Getting ready.

How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more -- See also -- Specifying your own template Git repository URL -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Starting/stopping/restarting an application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Adding and managing add-on cartridges -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See more -- Adding a cron cartridge to an application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Using downloadable cartridges with OpenShift applications -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Viewing application details -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See more -- Cloning the application Git repository using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See more -- SSH into the application gear using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See more -- Running a command in the application's SSH session using rhc -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See more -- Setting application-specific environment variables -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See more -- Taking and restoring application backups -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Tracking and rolling back application deployments -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Configuring the default Git branch for deployment -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Doing manual deployments -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Configuring and doing binary deployments -- Getting ready -- How to do it….

How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Using your own custom domain name -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Cleaning up the application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Deleting the application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- 4. Using MySQL with OpenShift Applications -- Introduction -- Adding a MySQL cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Adding a phpMyAdmin cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Accessing a MySQL database from your local machine -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Connecting to a MySQL cartridge from your local machine using MySQL Workbench -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Updating the MySQL max connections setting -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Updating the MySQL configuration settings -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Performing scheduled MySQL database backups -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Using an Amazon RDS MySQL DB instance with OpenShift -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- 5. Using PostgreSQL with OpenShift Applications -- Introduction -- Adding the PostgreSQL cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Accessing the PostgreSQL cartridge from your local machine -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Connecting to the PostgreSQL cartridge using pgAdmin from your local machine -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also.

Updating the PostgreSQL max_connections setting -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Using the .psqlrc configuration file to configure the OpenShift application psql shell -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Performing scheduled PostgreSQL database backups -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Using EnterpriseDB PostgreSQL Cloud Database with OpenShift -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Installing PostgreSQL extensions -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- 6. Using MongoDB and Third-party Database Cartridges with OpenShift Applications -- Introduction -- Adding a MongoDB cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Adding a RockMongo cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- Accessing a MongoDB cartridge from your local machine -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Connecting to a MongoDB cartridge using Robomongo from your local machine -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Enabling the MongoDB cartridge REST interface -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Performing scheduled MongoDB database backups -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Using MongoLab MongoDB-as-a-Service with OpenShift -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Adding a MariaDB cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- See also -- Adding a Redis cartridge to your application -- Getting ready -- How to do it… -- How it works… -- There's more… -- See also -- 7. OpenShift for Java Developers -- Introduction.

Creating and deploying Java EE 6 applications using the JBoss EAP and PostgreSQL 9.2 cartridges.

If you are a web application developer who wants to use the OpenShift platform to host your next big idea but are looking for guidance on how to achieve this, then this book is the first step you need to take. This is a very accessible cookbook where no previous knowledge of OpenShift is needed.

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