Deploy a .Net Core 2.1 Microservice API in OpenShift

.NET Core web api microservice deployed on Minishift 3.11

Getting Started

Minishift new deployment via YAML

Building the Images

PeopleAPI Database deployment configuration
Your PeopleAPI database is now operational!
PeopleAPI fully deployed microservice with Jenkins

Network connectivity within the project namespace

PeopleAPI Environment settings for the deployment

Advanced: Go into the container through OpenShift

Active pods running inside the PeopleAPI project
PeopleAPI pod with Terminal access

So what did we just do?

Next Steps

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Dale Bingham

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CEO of Soteria Software. Developer on OpenRMF. Software Geek by trade. Father of three daughters. Husband. Love new tech where it fits. Follow at @soteriasoft

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