On Wed, Jul 20, 2016 at 1:02 PM, Devan Goodwin <dgoodwin(a)rm-rf.ca> wrote:
A few comments regarding openshift-ansible. I think the master branch
in the repo can probably cover Fedora quite easily at least at this point in time, I
don't think there's a whole lot in there that would be an issue.
We're also quite well set up to deploy, manage, and upgrade containerized OpenShift
deployments. (however this all uses docker today) This is only tested on RHEL and RHEL
Atomic today (AFAIK) but the mechanism for doing it should already cover CentOS and Fedora
Atomic variants and I suspect this would be extremely easy to get working, if it
didn't just work out of the box today.
We have not started down the system containers path in openshift-ansible but we very much
are looking forward to that, so the work would be relevant and if the Fedora community
began some of that work, I think I can safely say we'd jump at the chance to work and
get it merged ASAP.
Please feel free to loop me in if there are questions, I genuinely think you could be
doing a lot of this very quickly with current master of openshift-ansible.
+1 - Thanks
This is something we're hoping to have at least a proof of concept in
working order by Flock, so the time tables are definitely near-term.
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