Yesterday, I encountered an annoying problem in my OpenShift Cluster. I was trying to deploy an application. Everything was fine until OpenShift tried to push the image generated at the end of the build to the OpenShift registry. Below is how
In this post, I want to briefly explain the differences between Continuous Integration, Continuous Delivery, and Continuous Deployment. I will keep this very brief and try to make it as easy to understand as possible. What is Continuous Integration
I love Red Hat OpenShift. It is a great PAAS product relying on Kubernates and Docker containerization technology. Red Hat brings his own improvements to the table that Kubernates does not have, improvements that I love. But they are not
People talk about docker being useful for testing environment and stuff. But docker is also used for running your development environment applications like Nexus. Which is what we are doing in our dev environment. We have a Nexus instance running as
I have been using GoDaddy to host my discourse forum muhendisler.org. For some reason, GoDaddy decided to stop hosting discourse by the end of 2017. So I needed to find another way to host my discourse forum. Here is what I
I bought an ssd vps on ovh.com (with CentOS7) and installed docker using “yum install docker” command. My main purpose was to install discourse on this VPS since this solution seems to be cheaper compared to using a 20$ droplet on DigitalOcean.
There was an unexpected error (type=Internal Server Error, status=500). Exception parsing document: template= I had this annoying error above today while playing around with thymeleaf. The thing is IntelliJ Idea creates html files that does not close the meta tags
I am posting one of my posts from Atlassian community. I think I could help a lot of people… Below was my question/problem: I used atlas-create-bitbucket-plugin command and was able to generate the skeleton project. Then I opened this project
What is RPM? RPM stands for Red Hat Package Manager. It was developed by Red Hat that found widespread acceptance in many Linux distros. This is a command-line tool that you can use to install, delete, update packages in your OS.
I was seeing this weird white block appearing and disappearing on my page when I click a textarea inside a bootstrap modal popup. Apparently, this is caused by Grammarly’s Chrome add-on. Open the developer tools of chrome and observe the