microservices

Leveraging OpenShift to deploy and scale our microservice

In this lab, we'll deploy our microservices using OpenShift S2i builders

To deploy our microservice with OpenShift using s2i, we’ll want to first add it to a git repo and let openshift pull the code directly from our github.com repo.

First, create a new repo in github.com called “camel-rest-workshop”

Create project Import code

Now we need to push this code up to github.com. Let’s navigate to the command line and to the folder that has our camel-rest-service microservice and run:

git init

This will make our project a local git repository. Then we want to edit the .gitignore file to exclude .settings and target folders:

echo "target" >> .gitignore; echo ".settings" >> .gitignore

Now let’s add the new .gitignore file and add all the rest of the files:

git add .gitignore
git add .
git commit -m 'initial commit'

Now let’s push this repo up to github.com:

git remote add origin git@github.com:christian-posta/camel-rest-workshop.git
git push -u origin master

Now if we navigate to our repo in the browser, we should see our source code.

To deploy our microservice, we can now use the oc new-app command and point to our code repository on github.com

Make sure you’re logged in to an OpenShift instance with the oc tool. See the previous labs for help with that.

oc new-app --strategy=source fabric8/s2i-java:1.1.5~https://github.com/christian-posta/camel-rest-workshop
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