On Fri, Apr 13, 2018 at 12:22:26AM PDT, Tim Dudgeon spake thusly: > Depends on what you are wanting to do. > To get some basic experience with using OpenShift you could try Minishift: > > https://docs.openshift.org/latest/minishift/index.html
Thanks. This is so far the only suggestion. However, I have to deploy this in Google Compute Engine. Minishift requires access to a supported hypervisor so that it can spinup the VM itself. So unfortunately, this won't work. I found the minishift github repo where someone had requested that minishift be able to be provisioned on a pre-existing VM: https://github.com/minishift/minishift/issues/467 but this is rejected as they want to have more control over the environment in terms of storage, cpu, installed OS, etc. So my search continues... Thanks! -- Tracy Reed http://tracyreed.org Digital signature attached for your safety.
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