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Friday, February 19 • 10:30am - 10:55am
Deploy covid-19 app using devfile on OpenShift 4.x

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OpenShift Connector for VS Code brings the power and convenience of Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift to developers. With the extension, users can create a new Kubernetes or OpenShift application, deploy it to a local or remote cluster in seconds and simplify the developer experience.
The VSCode extension allows you to create, connect, deploy, debug components without leaving your IDE and breaking your development flow. Easily deploy the code directly to Kubernetes or OpenShift using devfile deployment method.

Through the demo presented, you'll see how to deploy a Covid-19 Tracker React Application on OpenShift 4.x. The example uses the following scenarios for the end-to-end scenario:
- Create a local instance of OpenShift using Red Hat CodeReady Containers within VSCode
- Devfile Integration : Deploy the Covid-19 tracker application using NodeJS devfile component
- Deploy Operator-backed services : Operators provide custom resource definitions (CRDs), which you can use to create service instances and link to components
- Integrated Debugging and Log Viewing/Streaming of the component
- Explore all the Kubernetes resources such as Build Configs, pods from IDE

This lets you write, build, and deploy applications entirely on Kubernetes or OpenShift and bringing iterative development and deployment flows directly to developers.

Github: https://github.com/redhat-developer/vscode-openshift-tools
VSCode Marketplace: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=redhat.vscode-openshift-connector

Speakers
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Mohit Suman

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Mohit Suman is based out of beautiful country India. He works as a Senior Software Engineer and Agile Coach at Red Hat R&D. Currently working for Developer Tools team and making tools to enhance the developer experience on hybrid-cloud infrastructure. An advocate of open source and... Read More →


Friday February 19, 2021 10:30am - 10:55am CET
Session Room 4