Thanks John for the quick reply,is there any way I can expose these internal IP service IP to DC network so that it can be accessed outside openshift nodes
Tis true haproxy is used for the web traffic. But you can run other arbitrary services inside of openshift. I believe the documentation that may help lead you the direction you should go is here: https://docs.openshift.org/latest/architecture/core_concepts/pods_and_services.html#services
On February 21, 2016 at 00:38:36, kevin parrikar (kevin parker092 gmail com) wrote:
I have successfully containerised my application using docker and is running fine. This application "doesn't" use any HTTP for communication.
Using same docker image how can
I move that to openshift?
I heard that currently openshift can only port applications that can be load balanced using HaPRoxy is this true?
Since my application can not use HTTP can openshift still create a pod of it and provide an IP address in data centre network using its router(Similar to net=host docker flag)
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