Articles from Budh Ram Gurung

Client Binary Installation Now Included in the ADB

As part of the effort to continually improve the developer experience and make getting started easier, the ADB now supports client binary downloads. These downloads are facilitated by a new feature in ‘vagrant-service-manger’, the install-cli command.

The vagrant-service-manager plugin enables easier access to the features and services provided by the Atomic Developer Bundle (ADB). More information can be found in the README of 'vagrant-service-manager’ repo.

The install-cli command was released as part of 'vagrant-service-manager’ version 1.2.0. This command installs the client binary for services provided by the ADB. Today it can download client binaries for docker and OpenShift. This feature allows developers to know they have the best client for use with the ADB services they are using.

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Vagrant Service Manager 1.3.0 Released

This version of vagrant-service-manager introduces support for displaying Kubernetes configuration information. This enable users to access the Kubernetes server that runs inside ADB virtual machine from their host machine.

This version also includes binary installation support for Kubernetes. This support is extended to users of the Red Hat Container Development Kit. For information about client...

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Introducing Minishift - Run OpenShift locally

We are happy to introduce you to Minishift, providing a better user experience than our original Atomic Developer Bundle (ADB). We have shifted our development effort from ADB to Minishift, both to improve user experience, and to address the issues caused by depending on Vagrant. We’ll explain this more in a later blog post.

Minishift is a CLI tool that helps you run OpenShift locally by running a single-node cluster inside a VM. You can try out OpenShift or develop with it, day-to-day, on your local host.

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