Quick Guide for adding new node(s) to an existing Openshift Origin Setup on AWS

This guide focuses on adding new node(s) to an existing Openshift setup. If you need to setup an Openshift Origin 3.10 environment, please find relevant instructions here. Step 1: Bring up required number of EC2 instances using AWS Management Console Step 2: Exchange keys between the Master nodes and the New nodes Login to the… Continue reading Quick Guide for adding new node(s) to an existing Openshift Origin Setup on AWS

Quick Guide for setting up containerized Glusterfs Storage on an existing Openshift 3.10 setup

GlusterFS can be configured to provide persistent storage and dynamic provisioning for OKD. It can be used both containerized within OKD (Containerized GlusterFS) and non-containerized on its own nodes (External GlusterFS). For GlusterFS storage, we will use EC2 Volumes. In this guide, we will focus on setting up GlusterFS on an existing Openshift 3.10 setup.… Continue reading Quick Guide for setting up containerized Glusterfs Storage on an existing Openshift 3.10 setup

Quick Guide for Setting up Openshift Origin 3.10 on AWS EC2 instances on CentOS using Ansible

Pre-Requisites This is RPM based Installation. Determine the number of nodes you want to have in the Openshift cluster. Bring up the required number of  EC2 instances using AWS Management Console. Determine which nodes among them is the Master Node, Infra Node(s) and Compute Node(s). The example below shows 1 Master node, 2 Compute nodes… Continue reading Quick Guide for Setting up Openshift Origin 3.10 on AWS EC2 instances on CentOS using Ansible