I was playing, testing, and learning for a while the Red Hat Cloud Services. These services include a managed platform and data services to reduce the operational cost and complexity of delivering cloud-native applications. And also facilitates the life of the developers 😄.
Some of these services are:
- OpenShift Streams for Apache Kafka provides a managed service of Apache Kafka. You don’t need to deal with the complexity of the infrastructure of an Apache Kafka cluster.
- OpenShift Service Registry provides a full managed service of an API and schema registry, key for any event-driven architecture.
The results of this learning path is this new Kafka Clients Quarkus Edition with Managed Services repository using the latest versions of the components (e.g: Quarkus, JKube) integrated easily, running locally or remotely successfully.
Red Hat OpenShift Cloud Services provides a powerful command line interface (CLI) called
CLI is very well documented in its website, however, I decided to create
my own Cheat Sheet to know all the commands and for my own references. So,
I am pleasure to announce that a new Cheat Sheet is available:
I hope this new cheat sheet helps you when you need to manage your own Managed Services provided by Red Hat.
My full list of Cheat Sheets are available for your records here. As usual, comments, ideas, PRs are welcomed!
Happy coding !!! 💻💾💿☕