In this blog I will describe how to deploy helm into minishift's OpenShift, and then I will deploy a sample application using a helm chart. This blog mostly described how easy is to add functionalities to minishift by using addons.
One of my biggest interests is how to make local development experience with OpenShift as easy as possible. I’m constantly exploring what needs to be enhanced to our current experience as I develop applications for OpenShift very frequently.
Chaining builds in OpenShift you can do fancy things like using an alternate builder tool, using an alternate runtime, or making a slim runtime image.
In this last post I'm introducing what is the definitive tool for working with OpenShift locally and where we'll be investing moving forward.
In this 3rd blog in the series, we're exploring what is the fastest way to stand up an OpenShift cluster for development, and I'll introduce you to a tool that I've created for experimentation on additional use cases