Although Java dominates the webservices world, there are gains to be made by considering the use of lower-level lanaguages like C, particularly in a containerized, microservice architecture. This article describes one way to implement a webservice for Red Hat OpenShift, and similar systems, using C and an ultra-lightweight container base image.
Camel-K is a relatively new technology for deploying Apache Camel routes directly to an OpenShift/Kubernetes cluster. There is a lot of hidden complexity; this article exposes some of it.
This article describes in detail the steps the Fabric8 Maven plug-in carries out when deploying an application to OpenShift.
Part 2 of my article on installation the Mosquitto MQTT message broker on OpenShift.
This article describes a method for deploying the Mosquitto MQTT message broker on OpenShift. Such an installation might potentially be useful in its own right, but the main purpose of the article is to discuss issues that are relevant packaging any application in an OpenShift-compatible way.
See how OpenShift 3/4 deployment works in detail, using only command-line tools.
This article describes how to deploy a container image direct from a local repository to an OpenShift 4 cluster, and instantiate a pod based on that image.