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Re: OpenShift3 30s admin experience next steps



There will be an IRC meeting tomorrow in #atomic on freenode about getting OpenShift running on Centos atomic.  1pm EST.


> On Nov 7, 2014, at 12:57 PM, Clayton Coleman <ccoleman redhat com> wrote:
> 
> A key goal over the next month is going to be getting a more comprehensive OpenShift 3 30s initial admin experience.  Here are some of the items we need to tackle to get there (unordered)
> 
> 1. Easily run OpenShift on a CentOS7/RHEL7/Atomic system in an all-in-one mode (inside or outside of a container)
> 2. Run OpenShift on Kubernetes inside a container providing PaaS capabilities to the cluster (deployments, images, etc) as an API master
> 3. Run OpenShift inside a container in boot2docker in all-on-one mode
> 4. Run OpenShift in a cluster on Red Hat systems in master and node roles, and allow nodes to join the master
>   a. Make the AWS, GCE, OpenStack, and bare metal scenarios part of the origin repo
> 5. Be able to develop OpenShift against a boot2docker instance on Mac/Windows to support folks in the Java world and prepare for being able to run a local OpenShift cluster
> 
> To be able to do that effectively we need a few things:
> 
> 1. Determine how to run a full all-in-one OpenShift on Docker and escape the container to do what we need (set iptables rules, create volumes that Docker can mount, ensure networking in sane).
> 2. Finish the OpenShift pod template so that we can run as a master pod on Kubernetes - we need to properly auth to the cluster with basic auth (openshift start has to support auth) and take the Kubernetes service arguments
>   a. Work with upstream to do something similar to https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/kubernetes/pull/2224
> 3. Fix abstractions in upstream Kube that allow us to effectively run on Mac (for a start) and Windows (eventually) https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/kubernetes/issues/2170
> 4. Scope and describe how we want to accomplish 4a and what the priorities are - use Jhon and Eric's existing work to keep this moving along
> 
> Others?
> 
> A few of the people to be involved in this are probably Eric, Dan Mace, Jhon, Adam, and maybe Thomas, but anyone else is welcome to jump in.
> 
> Clayton Coleman | Lead Engineer, Red Hat OpenShift
> 


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